st. louis county executive
Paul was elected in a four-way race in April 2012 after plastering the slogan “No Walmart” on his yard signs.
He says the Walmart and impeachment controversies are “more of a springboard and less of a hinderance.”
Where the candidates for county executive live has become an issue in the race, after incumbent Charlie Dooley remarked, “I know where I live.”
St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley made it official Thursday night at the Hilton Garden Inn. He is seeking re-election.
A member of the county council is expected to announce he is running against St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley in the Democratic primary.
“There’s just no responsibility of what’s going on,” McCulloch said, “no action taken to correct it.”
CLAYTON, MO–(KMOX)–Protestors accuse The Bank of St. Louis of “greed,” for its opposition to a recently-passed county ordinance requiring mediation with homeowners facing foreclosure. Chanting “housing is a human right,” members of the group Missourians […]
Dooley has been executive since succeeding Buzz Westfall after Westfall died in office in 2003.