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St. Louis County race closer than expected

(Photos by: Libby Franklin, St. Louis Public Radio)
Corrigan, top, and Dooley.

By Maria Altman, St. Louis Public Radio


St. Louis, MO. – The race for St. Louis County executive often is a given.

But in incumbent Charlie Dooley's bid for a third term he's been pursued by a well-funded opponent, Bill Corrigan.

If elected, Corrigan would be the first Republican to become St. Louis County's executive since the 1980s.

As St. Louis Public Radio's Maria Altman reports, with a record $4 million spent between the two candidates, it's shaped up to be a close race.


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