April General Election - 2000

Official Election Results
Candidate List

Ballot Question
City of Leawood


Election Night Results
1st Unofficial Partial Results On Internet
15.4% of Votes Cast
7:04 p.m.
Unofficial Final Results On Internet
99.8% of Votes Cast
8:16 p.m.

Total Votes Counted
Total Advance Votes Counted 1,070
Total Polls Votes Counted 5,859
Total Provisional Votes Counted 15
Total of All Votes Counted 6,944

Voter Turnout Statistics
Please Note: Johnson County's voter registration files are maintained in accordance with the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA). Under this Act, voter names cannot be removed solely for failure to vote. Voter names can be removed (1) if the voter confirms in writing that he/she has moved out of the county, or (2) the voter fails to respond to a confirmation notice AND does not appear to vote in two subsequent federal general elections following the notice. These voter records are flagged as "inactive".

Beginning August 1998, voter turnout percentages are reported based on (1) total registration (active and inactive voters), and (2) "active" registered voters.


Voter Registration Totals
Total Registration
9.0% Voter Turnout
  (Based On Total Registration - Active & Inactive)
77,046
Total "Active" Registration
10.0% Voter Turnout
  (Based On Total Registration - Active Only)
69,160

Voter Turnout By City (Active Voters)
Leawood 14.6%
Mission 16.8%
Prairie Village 8.4%
Shawnee 6.7%
Westwood 5.1%

Precincts
Total Precincts
82 Voting Precincts
4 Precincts With No Registered Voters
86 Total

Voting Locations
Voting Locations
Includes 24 Voting Locations With More Than One Precinct
58 Total

Election Workers
Election Workers on Election Day 227 Total
Field Technicians on Election Day 5 Total
Student Assistants on Election Night 20 Total

Voting Machines
Number of Voting Machines Reporting
Electronic Election Day Voting Machines
165 Total

Candidate Filings
Candidate Filings 30 Total

Races With Two Or More Candidates
Races With Two or More Candidates 8 Total

 


 

Last Updated: March 30, 2007 11:11 AM