st. louis county executive
After his victory Tuesday in the Republican primary for St. Louis County Exeuctive, Rick Stream is answering questions he’s likely to face in the general election.
A lot of red bled over into blue at the polls during Tuesday’s primary election for St. Louis County Executive.
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.
The challenger to St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley in Tuesday’s Democratic primary is reacting to accusations of “push polling” by the Dooley campaign. The Missouri Political News Service reported Saturday that it obtained a copy of a script for calls out to county residents that suggests candidate Steve Stenger defends sex trafficking.
The question many are wondering this morning is if a late night tweet compared one campaign aide to a prostitute.
The St. Louis County Executive race has been a heated one, but even that won’t mean a much higher voter turnout for this year’s primary election.
In an interview on the Charlie Brennan Show on KMOX, Charlie Dooley responded to questions regarding the Ed Mueth scandal, the Bridgeton landfill crisis and concerns over alleged nepotism in county government hiring.
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, July 31 – STL County Executive Charlie Dooley; Allan Sloan; Michael Allen
Charlie talks with Incumbent St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley, who is running for reelection; with Fortune magazine’s Allan Sloan about companies incorporating overseas to dodge taxes; and with Architectural Historian Michael Allen about the “scarring” of the outside of St. Louis’s City Hall Building.
Steve Stenger says it’s wrong for the nuclear dump site spokesman, Richard Callow, to also be playing a role in the Dooley re-election effort.