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Voters' Guide

A St. Louis Voter's Guide To The March 5 Primary

Mar 1, 2019
David Kovaluk | St. Louis Public Radio

St. Louis voters will go to the polls Tuesday to pick the next president of the Board of Aldermen.

And residents of even-numbered wards will effectively elect who will represent them at City Hall in the Democratic primary.

At least three new aldermen will be elected, and many more could join them as part of a rapid turnover that began in 2015. That could mark a shift in a whole host of important policy areas, including development incentives, budgeting and privatization of St. Louis-Lambert International Airport.

In addition, this could be the last election for aldermen in the city. If voters approve Better Together’s proposal to consolidate St. Louis and St. Louis County in November 2020, local elected governments, including the Board of Aldermen, will be frozen as they are before a district council is elected in 2023.

St. Louis Public Radio's voter's guide to the 2018 midterm election

Nov 2, 2018
A poll worker sets out "I voted today" stickers at the St. Louis County Board Of Elections on Oct. 25, 2018.
Carolina Hidalgo | St. Louis Public Radio

Ahead of the Nov. 6 midterm election, we've compiled a list of key races with links to our in-depth reporting and more resources to help inform your vote.

A voter's guide to the Aug. 7 primary

Aug 6, 2018
David Kovaluk | St. Louis Public Radio

Ahead of the Aug. 7 primary election, we've compiled a list of key races, with links to our in-depth reporting, in addition to other resources to help inform your vote.