Chastain Says KC Votes Should Reject the Light Rail Issues
October 1, 2014

Light Rail activist Clay Chastain is now urging Kansas City voters to defeat the light rail and mass transit plans on the November ballot.
“It would not be wise or righto ask the voters of Kansas City to vote for such a dark election scheme hoping we could straighten out after the vote,” Chastain wrote in a news release Wednesday.
Chastain’s bid to get his mass transit proposals are in court. A hearing on the matter is not set until after the November election.
Chastain says the two tax questions that are on the ballot are listed as Questions 1 and 2, and contain no mention of using the money for light rail or mass transit.
Chastain says he’s urging voters not “be railroaded” by Mayor Sly James and the City Council , and voters should defeat both questions.