Steve Stenger had a landslide victory over incumbent Charlie Dooley in the St. Louis County Executive’s race, winning with 66 percent of the vote.
This week, KMOX’s Charlie Brennan is doing extended interviews with the Democratic candidates for St. Louis County Executive.
The FBI’s report into how Ed Mueth stole $3.5 million from the St. Louis County health department won’t be made public until after the County Executive election, if it gets out at all.
Every challenger promised to do some form of audit of county government.
The ad accuses Stenger, who was one of several attorneys appointed to defend six men accused of running a nationwide sex trade ring, of blaming the victims.
One St. Louis County Councilman has been trying to get a soccer complex built in Creve Coeur Park for three years now, but now that it’s finally on the council docket, he says he’s not happy.
Tony Pousosa, one of the candidates running for St. Louis County Executive, reacts to a Republican leader trashing his chances of winning.
St. Louis County Republicans set their sights on a possible candidate they think will usurp Charlie Dooley.
Stenger officially announced his candidacy for the County Executive seat Tuesday before a crowd of about hundred union leaders, firefighters, police officials and democratic county councilmen Mike O’Mara and Pat Dolan.
“It’s not leadership that I’m going to follow,” councilman Steve Stenger said.