The candidates, incumbents and issues that will affect Ladue, Frontenac, Olivette and Missouri as we draw closer to the August primary and November general elections.
A Patch panel of party insiders from the local and state level believes the presumptive Presidential nominee will carry Missouri in November.
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Aaron and Neal Novack, property owners in the Olivette Executive Parkway think the city can do much better.
Patch's 'Red Arch' survey shows 'Other' ties or outpolls prime contenders like Ohio Senator Rob Portman or former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty.
Parks and Recreation Director Jeff Wade explains why the funds are needed.
Police & Fire, Elections
Chief John Bailot explains how the department outgrew its space years ago.
Both men are seeking to become the Democratic Party's candidate for 1st District U.S. Representative.
New buildings on the August 7 Primary.
The GOP frontrunner in the race for Missouri's Second Congressional District says she's focused on debating voters in the waning days of the primary campaign. One of her opponents says he's been trying to arrange a debate since March.
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