Elections

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.
Two polling places to be open in De Soto for Tuesday’s election
April 1, 2009
Voting locations for Tuesday’s De Soto city/USD 232 elections will be the same as those in last month’s primary.
Connections course stirs campaign pot
April 1, 2009
The popular Museum Connections class at Monticello Trails Middle School has become a hot campaign topic this spring in the De Soto USD 232 Board of Education campaign.
De Soto street project gets stimulus dollars
March 23, 2009
On Monday, the Kansas Department of Transportation announced a $400,000 project to mill and overlay 1.3 miles of Kill Creek Road from 83rd Street to Kansas Highway 10 was among the $11.9 million of projects in northeast Kansas to be paid for from federal stimulus dollars.
Challenger calls for competitive bidding
10:59 p.m., March 22, 2009 Updated 10:57 p.m.
After an unsuccessful run the De Soto USD 232 Board of Education in 2007, Kevin Straub is hitting the campaign trail again.
Johnson calls for change, Anderson notes achievements at candidate forum
March 19, 2009
A De Soto Chamber of Commerce candidate forum last Thursday gave the two candidates for De Soto mayor their first chance to explain their vision for the city. Johnson was brief in his remarks, perhaps because he followed that response with a longer one as a candidate for a second term to the USD 232 Board of Education Position 4 seat during which he focused of his effort to bring open bidding to the district.