Election Officials Expect Big Turnouts in St. Louis ElectionIn the city of St. Louis, election officials are expecting twice the normal turnout for a general election.
Consumer Watchdog Warns City Voters of Ballot IssuesA Consumer Watchdog warns St. Louis voters to decide the soccer stadium proposal with their head - not their heart.
MLS Commissioner: 'Without Props 1 & 2 - There Is No Team'The Major League Soccer (MLS) Commissioner made his case in St. Louis on Monday for an MLS team.
Opponents of New Stadium Urge Taxpayers to Vote 'NO' on Prop 2Opponents of a plan to use taxpayer money to help build a soccer stadium are urging city voters to reject the plan on the April 4 ballot.
SC STL Asks Former Rams Player for Support in New Soccer StadiumFormer Rams wide receiver Isaac Bruce, who still calls St. Louis his second home, says it would be great for the region.
Voters to Decide on Eliminating Recorder of Deed's OfficeAn attorney for St. Louis Recorder of Deeds Sharon Carpenter is poised to ask a judge to throw out the election results - if voters decide to eliminate the office.
Independent Mayoral Hopeful Kacey Cordes Off Ballot - For NowThe St. Louis Board of Elections said Cordes didn't collect the required signatures.
VIDEO: Peacock Talks MLS Bid, Says It's St. Louis' 'Opportunity To Win'SC STL's executive committee member had a one-on-one conversation with our Tom Ackerman about how a new multi-purpose facility and MLS team will improve St. Louis' future.
Voters May Face Tax Increase for Saint Louis ZooThe tax would go towards supporting the Saint Louis Zoo's infrastructure along with animal conservation needs.
Judge OKs Putting Soccer Stadium Funding on April BallotRepublican Director of Elections for St. Louis, Gary Stoff, is predicting keen voter interest.
Missouri Groups Seek Right-to-Work ReferendumThey need 140,000 signatures by August 28th to ask, "Should Missouri be a Right-to-Work state?" on the 2018 ballot.
County Voters to Consider Tax Increase for Officers, Public SafetySt. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says he would use the money to hire 120 more officers.