Investors say they'll definitely build a casino in Sumner County if Sedgwick County residents vote no to a casino resolution on Tuesday.
Sumner County residents have previously voted two-to-one for casinos, and officials are anxious for the chance to build one near the Kansas Turnpike outside of Wellington.
Recently, casino opponents have tried to say a "No" vote in Sedgwick County would keep casinos out of the region entirely. They say they don't believe investors would be willing to build a facility in less-populated Sumner County. The minimum investment, by law, is $250 million.
Investors say they're more than willing to take their quarter-billion dollar investment to Sumner County. Bob Knight says his group of investors has planned a $413 million facility and has bought land in Sumner.