Redistricting last year forced Nasheed, D-St. Louis, to move from the 21st Ward to the 18th Ward.
When asked if racism played a role in Zimmerman’s acquittal, Nasheed said “Stevie Wonder can see that and he’s blind.”
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They were there to learn about crime prevention in their district, but the talks soon turned to politics and campaign cash.
Missouri Senate has given first-round approval to legislation that would allow tenured St. Louis teachers to be fired for “incompetency.”
The decisive Democratic primary was marred by accusations of bribery and bitter racial divides.
“If you don’t like Slay because he is white-vote for Jimmie Matthews because Reed is no different than Slay!”
“I join with Congressman Lacy Clay in calling on Attorney General Koster to do the right thing and drop this appeal.”
Nasheed beat out her fellow state representative Jeanette Mott Oxford and incumbent State Senator Robin Wright-Jones.
State Supreme Court hands Jamilah Nasheed case of Court of Appeals