Reed cites record in re-election bid
Feb19

Reed cites record in re-election bid

PATCH — Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed didn’t spend much time talking about issues the day his campaign bus stopped at a Patch neighborhood senior citizens center last week. Instead, he spent his time at the Grace Hill Senior Center in far south St. Louis talking about what happens when people get involved. “You all have the power to move people to a better place,” said Reed, who is running for a forth term in the March 5...

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Incumbent and community leader battle in 8th Ward
Feb17

Incumbent and community leader battle in 8th Ward

SHAW – A businessman and community leader is challenging the incumbent in the battle for the Democratic nomination for alderman in the Eighth Ward. Incumbent Annie Lee Rice, 33, is vying with Emmett L. Coleman III, 36, in the March 5 primary. The winner of the primary will not face opposition in the April 2 general election. The salary will be $37,299 a year. The ward includes all or part of the Shaw, Southwest Garden and the Tower...

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Five candidates battle for open seat in the 24th
Feb17

Five candidates battle for open seat in the 24th

CHELTENHAM – A free-for-all has developed in the race for the Democratic nomination Ward 24 alderman, after five candidates filed. Those running for the seat include a former alderman in the ward and both the Democratic committeewoman and committeeman. The current alderman, Scott Ogilvie, is not running for re-election. The candidates are Loraine (Lorie) M. Cavin, 62; Bret Rajiv Narayan, 34; Democratic Committeewoman Teresa D. Powers,...

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Spencer, Hutton square off in 20th Ward
Feb17

Spencer, Hutton square off in 20th Ward

DUTCHTOWN – A staff member for a neighborhood nonprofit organization seeks to oust the incumbent alderwoman in the race for the Democratic nomination for 20th Ward alderman. Alderwoman Cara Spencer, 40, is running against Satia R. “Sunni” Hutton, 26, a community development manager for the Dutchtown South Community Corp., in the March 5 Democratic primary. The winner of the primary will not have opposition in the April 2 general...

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Green describes vision at Royale event
Feb16

Green describes vision at Royale event

TOWER GROVE SOUTH — As her audience munched, imbibed and listened, Ward 15 Alderman Megan Ellyia Green explained her vision for a progressive St. Louis. “City government as a whole is kind of a rudderless ship,” said Green, who is running for the Democratic nomination for Board of Aldermen president. “We need a leader at the president level who is actually a visionary,” Green told an audience at The Royale Food & Spirits, 3132...

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