County Councilman Steve Stenger released a TV ad Thursday that urges county residents to “build trust in each other.”
Republican Rick Stream says he wants to “stay outside of the fray” when it comes to his opponent’s political troubles in North St. Louis County.
Stenger told KMOX’s Mark Reardon that he trusts McCulloch to conduct a fair investigation, especially with the eyes of the nation on him.
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill discusses ISIS and the NFL’s response to the domestic violence issue.
Steve Stenger, the Democratic candidate for St. Louis County Executive, is speaking out after protestors last night challenged him to back their calls for a special prosecutor in the Michael Brown case.
Some Democratic candidates could find opposition from within their own party from a new coalition of local African-American politicians.
Hancock & Kelley – Wednesday, September 17 – County Council Meeting; Scott Scnuck; Mike Shannon; Outrage Over NFL Attitude
Michael and Debbie on last night’s boisterous County Council meeting; with Scott Schnuck on Schnucks Markets 7th anniversary and this year’s United Way campaign; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; on outrage over the NFL’s attitude in the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson child abuse and domestic abuse cases; and with Rachel Witt about the First Annual South Grand Fall Fest.
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.
The fight to remove St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch from the Michael Brown case could hurt Steve Stenger’s run for County Executive.
UMSL political science professor Dave Robertson says as candidates Rick Stream and Steve Stenger face off, this issue will be paramount.