St. Louis County Executive race
County Councilman Steve Stenger released a TV ad Thursday that urges county residents to “build trust in each other.”
Many told Stenger that he has until noon on Wednesday to denounce County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch, who endorsed Stenger’s bid for County Executive in the primary.
UMSL political science professor Dave Robertson says as candidates Rick Stream and Steve Stenger face off, this issue will be paramount.
A lot of red bled over into blue at the polls during Tuesday’s primary election for St. Louis County Executive.
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.
Rick Stream, the soft-spoken state representative from Kirkwood, says he can win the November contest for St. Louis County Executive – even as a Republican.
Steve Stenger defeated incumbent Charlie Dooley for the Democratic vote in the St. Louis County Executive primary election.
The race for St. Louis County Executive has been aggressive. Based on what we’ve reported who has the edge?
The Charlie Dooley campaign predicts it will win by 5 to 7 percent, claiming by the time the polls close, it will have knocked on 35,000 doors and made 30,000 live phone calls to get supporters to the polls. Meanwhile, challenger Steve Stenger has help today from orgainzed labor.
Facing his toughest re-election bid in years on Tuesday, St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley says he’s ready. Dooley tells KMOX that despite the strong challenge from Councilman Steve Stenger, he is leading and expects to win this race.