Monday, March 4, 2013
The last day to register for the April 2, 2013, election is March 6.
If you want to vote in the April 2 election, the deadline is fast approaching to register to vote in St. Louis County. Voters must be registered by March 6 to vote in the April election. In order to register, you must: Missourians can register to vote by one of the following methods: St. Louis County residents can also send in a completed voter registration application to: The Board of Election Commissioners, 12 Sunnen Dr., Ste. 126 St. Louis, MO 63143. If mailing your registration, it must be postmarked by March 6. For more information, check out the Board of Election Commissioners website.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Ladue to get a new mayor. Frontenac returns veteran Keith Krieg unopposed.
Correction: 3:00 p.m. Some information about Ladue mayoral candidate Nancy Spewak was incorrect. She has a home staging business and residential design. She did not serve previously on the Ladue School Board. Patch regrets those errors. Update: 9:43 am. Frontenac had a last day filing. Add to the list Kate Hatfield, Ward 1. Yesterday, at 5 o’clock, all filing ended for local council and mayoral races in Ladue and Frontenac. These are the candidates for the Ladue City Council. No candidate has an opponent in the April 2 election. Council Member Ward 1 – Art Bond, incumbent Council Member Ward 2 – John Fox, incumbent Council Member Ward 3 – Bill Brennan Mayor Anthony “Tony” Bommarito elected to step down after one term and after serving 10 …
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Three candidates are running for two spots on the Ladue School Board next month.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
On April 3, voters in the Ladue School District will elect two candidates to the board of education. Three people are running for office. Each of the candidates provided the district with brief autobiographic informtion and indicated why they are running for office and what they think are key issues facing the district in the next few years. We will republish one of those profiles here each day between today and Thursday, with permission, starting with Nancy Goldstein. I am a lifelong St. Louisan. I earned both my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Education from Washington University, and my Ph.D. in Education from Saint Louis University. I have learned most of what I know about education, however, from spending over 40 years in the …