Tag: elections

Local GOP rallies Monday before today’s vote

Today is Election Day. Polls are open until 7 p.m. so get out and vote! Monday night, Finney County Republicans staged the “GOP Get Out the Vote Rally” in Garden City featuring  Congressman Roger Marshall and several other state and local GOP candidates who spoke to local Republicans and fielded […]

Garden City to host gubernatorial forum Oct. 25

The 2018 Southwest Kansas Gubernatorial Debate is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 25 inside Clifford Hope Auditorium, 1412 N. Main St. in Garden City. The event is free and open to the public. Each of the five candidates appearing on the November ballot will participate in the 90-minute debate, including […]

Local elections are tomorrow

Tuesday is Election Day. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Here’s a list of Garden City/Finney County polling places: 4-H Building, Finney County Fairgrounds 1st Ward, 2nd Ward, 9th Ward, Huffman Precinct, Jennie Barker Precinct, Mack Precinct, Riverside Precinct, Kalvesta Precinct, Theoni Precinct, Plymell Precinct, Pierceville […]

Advance voting underway now for Tuesday’s election

Advanced voting in person is underway now at the Finney County clerk’s office for those who want to cast their ballot now instead of waiting for Tuesday’s Election Day. On Nov. 7, voters will decide who sits on the Garden City Commission, Holcomb City Council, the boards of education for […]

O’Malley makes campaign visit in Garden City

By SCOTT AUST Former state representative Ed O’Malley joked during a stop Thursday at the Clarion Inn, part of a statewide tour to cities across the state announcing his candidacy for governor of Kansas, that he has been “trying really hard” to visit Garden City but the weather hasn’t cooperated. […]

Voter registration deadline approaches

By SCOTT AUST City and school elections are fast approaching and those interested in voting have a little less than three weeks to get registered. On Nov. 7, voters will decide who sits on the Garden City Commission, Holcomb City Council, the boards of education for USD 457 Garden City […]

Gubernatorial candidate Hutton visits Garden City

By SCOTT AUST Though his “official” announcement isn’t until Sept. 15, Wichita businessman and former state legislator Mark Hutton makes no bones about the fact that he is seeking to become the Republican nominee for Kansas governor in 2018. “I want to bring solutions to the table. I want to […]

Local candidates meet filing deadline

Local candidates meet filing deadline Though it’s only June, it’s already time to think about local elections. Here’s a list of those who met the June 1 filing deadline to run for the Garden City commission, school board and college board of trustees, and the Holcomb city council and school […]