Tuesday, Apr. 3, 2018 is a municipal election day in Lee's Summit, Lake Lotawana, and Greenwood.
The terms for this election will be held for one councilmember in each of the four Lee’s Summit City Council Districts and for Municipal Judge Division 243, each for a four-year term. There will also be one additional seat in District 4 for a two-year term. Candidates (listed in the order they will be on the ballot) are:
Mayor Ron Williams, Bill Baird and Robert "Rob" Binney
District 1 Diane Forte and Robert Dye
District 2 Trish Carlyle and John Elkin
District 3 Diane J. Seif and Jose H. "Beto" Lopez
District 4 Fred E. DeMoro and Casey Crawford ~ two-year term
District 4 Donna Gordon and Robert Thane "Bob" Johnson ~ four-year term
Judge Dana M. Altieri
Candidates for Lake Lotawana Aldermen, all for a two-year term are:
Ward #1 Larry Byrne
Ward #2 Lanny Maness
Ward #3 Jan Rase
Candidates for Greenwood Mayor and Aldermen, all for two-year terms are:
Mayor Levi Weaver
Alderman Ward 1 Diane Orsita, Scott Hogsett and Jacqueline Megee
Alderman Ward 2 Kyron McClure, Dennis Edwards and Kerry Fulton
LS R-7 Board of Education
Four candidates have filed for two positions on the Lee's Summit R-7 School District Board of Education. Filing closed for R-7 Board of Education candidates on Jan. 16.
Candidates (listed in filing order) are John R. Schuler, Julie A. Doane, Ryan N. Murdock and Michael W. McMenus. Mrs. Doane is currently serving as the Board of Education’s vice president. Incumbent Board member Adam Rutherford did not file for re-election.
Board of Education members are elected to three-year terms during at-large elections.