Elections

De Soto has new city logo
October 16, 2009
Logo to be phased in
JoCo to have H1N1 forum for county businesses
October 5, 2009
Event Oct. 12
De Soto Multi-Service Center to have limited hours
September 2, 2009
Appointments required
Johnson County Commissioners name new county manager
August 6, 2009
Deputy Manager Hannes Zacharias named to county’s top job
Floodplain insurance deadline Aug. 3
July 30, 2009
Still time to avoid rates from new maps
De Soto city administrator presents proposed 2010 budget
July 6, 2009
Budget would set city’s mill levy at 19.247 mills
Brush dump open Saturday
June 17, 2009
Entry limited to De Soto residents
Thornburgh bows out of governor’s race
June 15, 2009
Kansas Secretary of State Ron Thornburgh announced Monday morning that he will not run for governor in 2010.
Legislative leaders consider review of Statehouse renovation project
June 4, 2009
Topeka — Legislative leaders are considering a review of the Kansas Statehouse renovation project in light of sky-rocketing costs.
Canvass confirms Johnson’s re-election to De Soto USD 232 Board of Education seat
April 13, 2009
Official results from Johnson County Election Office give Randy Johnson a five-vote victory over Roger Templin
Anderson, McDaniel, Walker win election in city races
April 9, 2009
Dave Anderson held off a challenge Tuesday from Randy Johnson to win his third term as mayor of De Soto.
Anderson wins re-election as De Soto mayor
McDaniel, Walker to join city council
April 7, 2009
Turnout at 21 percent
Randy Johnson, Janine Gracy and Tammy Thomas win seats
April 7, 2009
Unofficial results from Tuesday’s election show Randy Johnson, Janine Gracy and Tammy Thomas elected to board of education seats.
Anderson leads in mayoral race after advance votes counted
Randy Johnson ahead in tight three-way USD 232 Position 4 race
April 7, 2009
Look here for more results as they are released by the Johnson County Election Office.