Steve Stenger won last night’s St. Louis County Executive race over Rick Stream by a narrow margin. Stenger joins us in studio.
Ferguson protesters tried to crash Steve Stenger’s victory party after he defeated Republican candidate Rick Stream for the St. Louis County Executive seat by less than one percent of the 270,000 votes cast.
Last-minute surge gives council member victory over state representative.
This election cycle finds Missouri with just one statewide elected office on the ballot. Instead, voters are being greeted by a series of ballot questions aimed at specific issues.
The second and final public poll in the race for St. Louis County Executive shows the race within the margin of error with Rick Stream and Steve Stenger locked in a statistical tie as the campaign heads into Election Day.
We are joined in studio by both St. Louis County Executive candidates – State Representative Rick Stream and St. Louis County Councilman Steve Stenger.
The two winning primary candidates for St. Louis County executive anticipated a general election campaign heavy on the nuts and bolts of local government: taxes, roads, parks and schools.
Today, Kevin asks people on the street for questions to pose at the upcoming candidate’s debate, but finds apathy aplenty…
KMOX and KSDK are teaming up to host a debate between Rick Stream and Steve Stenger, the two candidates for St. Louis County Executive.
Bucking a group of local African-American Democrats who are endorsing his opponent, Congressman Lacy Clay announced he is backing Steve Stenger for St. Louis County Executive.