We published our Voterâ€™s Guide on Thursday in the Neighbors sections in Butler and Sedgwick counties. The guide, which contains information on more than five dozen candidates in the Nov. 7 election, is a big undertaking for our newsroom.
We try very hard to be accurate but, despite our efforts, the guide contained a few errors, including a wrong photo and two incorrect e-mail addresses.
The biggest was an omission: We left out information about James Pruden, the Libertarian Party candidate for the Kansas House of Representatives, District 86. We regret that omission. His information appears in Fridayâ€™s print edition.
Another candidate called us to say he had been left out, but we determined his profile had been published in what we call a â€œzonedâ€ edition. That means it appeared in newspapers that went to east Wichita, where he is seeking office. It did not appear in newspapers that went to west Wichita.
If you live in Sedgwick County, you should have been able to read bios and stances of all the candidates you can vote on.
If you would like to see Prudenâ€™s profile â€” and profiles of all the candidates, east and west â€” check out our extensive online election guide. Youâ€™ll also find information on how and where to vote.