St. Louis voters go to the polls today to decide whether incumbent Mayor Francis Slay deserves a fourth term.
Today's municipal primary was expected to decide who will be mayor. No Republicans were running, and the Democratic nominee will be heavily favored over Green Party candidate James Eldon McNeely.
If incumbent mayor Francis Slay wins the Democratic primary tomorrow and then goes on to win re-election in April, he will become the longest serving mayor in St. Louis history.
Serving over 12 years in the office, Slay believes there are many reasons he deserves an unprecedented fourth four-year term.
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