Twitter takes: a timeline of Kansas City’s election day tweets

By Paul Thompson

Northeast News

The flying future of Kansas City is in the hands of voters on Tuesday, November 7, and many City leaders twiddled their thumbs on Twitter this morning to voice their thoughts on the issue.

Polls are open between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. on November 7, and the Northeast News dove headfirst into Kansas City’s Twitter timelines to see what influential people were tweeting as the future of Kansas City International airport hangs in the balance. Don’t forget to vote, Northeast residents!

For the benefit of our readers, we’ve compiled a sampling of those comments below:

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