In the spring of 2011, the fund, Citizens for a Stronger St. Louis, was converted into a not-for-profit fund. Reed questions how it’s being used now.
Unsurprisingly, crime was a recurring theme Monday night. There were 113 homicides in the city last year and 14 thus far in 2013.
Full audio of Tuesday night’s Mayoral Debate.
“Absolutely not. Again, he’s not there, he is misinformed,” Mayor Slay said
“I don’t condone my tax dollars being used in that way,” Reed told KMOX’s Kevin Killeen.
Slay contends that the elimination of districts will have a positive effect. Reed, however, is less optimistic.
In the race for St. Louis Mayor, the wife of the man challenging Mayor Slay says the mayor’s office slashed her hours at work, as a part-time municipal court judge.
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Missouri GOP gubernatorial candidate Dave Spence joins us in studio. Pollster Scott Rasmussen gets us ready for tonight’s first presidential debate. St. Louis Aldermanic President Lewis Reed officially announces that he is running for Mayor of St. Louis
“We can accept those things that divide us or we can work towards a common purpose to improve our community,” Reed said.