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St. Louis Labor Council COPE endorsements for the Missouri primary election Aug. 7

August 6, 2018 by admin in Labor News From Our Region with 0 Comments

Following are the candidates and ballot measures recommended by area Labor clubs and endorsed by the St. Louis Labor Council for Missouri’s Aug. 7, 2018 primary election. Incumbents are marked with an asterisk (*).

STATE SENATE

District 2

Patrice Billings (D)

District 4

Jacob Hummel (D)* 

District 10

Ayanna Shivers(D)

District 14

OPEN

District 22

Bob Butler (D)

Paul Wieland (R)*

District 24

Jill Schupp (D)*

District 26

John Kiehne (D)

 

FRANKLIN COUNTY LABOR CLUB

Franklin County Presiding Commissioner

Tim Brinker (R)*

County Clerk

Kyle Duppert (R)

Collector of Revenue

Jamic (Rice) Keen (R)

Recorder of Deeds

Jennifer Metcalf (R)

County Auditor

Tammy (Zweifel) Vemmer (R)

 

Missouri House of Representatives

District 61

Pamela Menefee (D) 

District 109

Kevin Juergens (R)

James Cordrey (D) 

District 110

OPEN

District 119

Nate Tate (R)*

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY LABOR CLUB

Jefferson County Executive

OPEN

 

Jefferson County Council

District 1

Brian Haskins (R)

Robert Constantz (D)

District 3

Krystal Hargus (D)

District 7

Amy Jennewein (D)

 

County Clerk

Randy Holman (D)*

Recorder of Deeds

Erin Kasten (D)

Collector of Revenue

Beth Mahn (D)*

Prosecuting Attorney

Tom Hollingsworth (D)

 

23rd Judicial Circuit

Circuit Judge, Division 1

Joe Rathert (R)

Circuit Judge, Division 4

Jacob (Jake) Costello

Circuit Judge, Division 6

Troy Cardona (R)*

Associate Circuit Judge, Division 11

Ed Page (R)

Circuit Court Clerk

Dorothy Stafford (D)

 

Dunklin R-5 School District

Prop S            YES

(18-cent tax levy increase to eliminate classroom trailers, improve security and build a storm shelter)

 

High Ridge Fire Protection District

Prop Life Safety        YES
(25-cent general revenue tax)

 

Missouri House of Representatives

District 97

Mike Revis (D)* 

District 111

Phoebe Ottomyer (D)

Shane Roden (R)*

District 112

Benjamin Hagin (D)

District 113

Karen Settlemoir-Berg (D)

District 114

Becky Ruth (R)*

District 115

Elaine Gannon (R)*

District 118
OPEN

 

NORTH COUNTY LABOR CLUB

St. Louis County

County Executive

Steve Stenger (D)*

 

Prosecuting Attorney

Bob McCulloch (D)*

 

County Council 5th Ward

Pat Dolan (D)*

 

Missouri House of Representatives

District 66

Tommie Pierson Jr. (D)*

District 67

Alan Green (D)*

District 68

Jay Mosley (D)*

District 69

Gretchen Bangert (D)*

District 70

Paula Brown (D)

District 71

LaDonna Appelbaum

District 72

Dan Wibracht (D)

District 73

Rachel Proudie (D)

District 74

Cora Faith Walker (D)*

District 75

Alan Gray (D)*

District 84

Brad Bakker (D)

District 85

Kevin Windham (D)

District 86

Farrakhan Shegog (D)

District 87

Sam Gladney (D)

District 88

Tracy McCreery (D)*

District 89

Kevin FitzGerald (D)

 

Pattonville Fire Protection District

Prop S (20-cent general revenue increase)      YES

 

ROCKWOOD LABOR CLUB

St. Louis County

County Executive

Steve Stenger (D)*

 

Prosecuting Attorney

Bob McCulloch (D)*

 

County Council 5th Ward

Pat Dolan (D)*

 

Missouri House of Representatives

District 89

Kevin Fitzgerald (D)

District 96

Erica Hoffman (D)

District 97

Mike Revis (D)*

District 98

Chuck Triplett (D)

District 99

Mike Labozzetta (D)

District 100

Helena Webb (D)

District 101

Genevieve Steidtman

District 110

OPEN

 

SOUTH COUNTY LABOR CLUB

St. Louis County

County Executive

Steve Stenger (D)*

 

Prosecuting Attorney

Bob McCulloch (D)*

 

County Council 5th Ward

Pat Dolan (D)*

 

Missouri House of Representatives 

District 83

Gina Mitten (D)*

District 87

Sam Gladney (D)

District 90

Deb Lavender (D)*

District 91

Sarah Unsicker (D)*

District 92

Doug Beck (D)*

District 94

Jean Pretto (D)

District 95

Mike Walter (D)

District 96

Erica Hoffman (D)

District 97

Mike Revis (D)*

 

ST. LOUIS CITY LABOR CLUB

Recorder of Deeds

Sharon Quigley Carpenter (D)*

Mike Butler (D)

 

License Collector

Mavis Thompson (D)*

 

Collector of Revenue

Gregory FX Daly (D)*

 

Missouri House of Representatives

District 76

Marissa Brown (D)

District 77

Steve Roberts (D)*

District 78

Bruce Franks (D)*

District 79

J.P. Johnson (D)

District 80

Peter Meredith (D)*

District 81

Travis Estes (D)

District 82

Donna Baringer (D)*

District 83

Gina Mitten (D)*

District 84

Brad Bakker (D)

 

TRI-COUNTY LABOR CLUB

Missouri House of Representatives

District 70

Paula Brown (D)

District 102

Gary Wester (D)

District 105

Scott Cernicek (D)

 

Lincoln County

Presiding Commissioner

Dan Colbert (R)*

 

St. Charles County

Director of Elections

Mark Koester (R)

 

Circuit Judge, District 4

Chris McDonough (R)

 

Wright City Fire Protection District

Prop S (34-cent general revenue tax increase)

 

Warrenton County Fire and Rescue

Prop. Fire Safety (37-cent general revenue tax increase)                   YES

 

St. Charles County Ambulance District

Prop. Ambulance ($7 million bond issue)                YES

 

WARREN COUNTY LABOR CLUB

Missouri House of Representatives

District 42

Joseph Widner (D) 

District 63

Janet Kestner (D)

 

Warren County 

Presiding Commissioner

David Hubbard (D)

 

Voter registration deadline is July 11

You can’t vote if you’re not registered

To protect your pay by voting NO on Prop A and elect worker-friendly candidates, you must be registered to vote.

You can register to vote and get everyone in your family who is 18 or older, or will be 18 on Election Day, registered online or in person.

ONLINE

If you’re not registered, not sure if you’re registered, or have not voted in the last few elections, you can register or re-register online at sos.mo.gov/elections/goVoteMissouri/register.

It won’t hurt to re-register if you’re not sure. State law allows you to register to vote as often as you like.

AT YOUR COUNTY ELECTION BOARD,
CITY HALL OR LIBRARY

You can also register at your county election authority or election board. To find your election board’s address go to sos.mo.gov/elections/goVoteMissouri/localelectionauthority.

In St. Louis County, the board has moved to the former Northwest Plaza shopping center at Lindbergh and St. Charles Rock Road. It is located on the south side of the building. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

St. Louis County registration forms can also be downloaded at stlouisco.com/elections.

You can also register at your local city hall or library.

MOVED? NAME CHANGE?

If you have moved since the last time you voted, or have had a name change since the last election, you must resubmit the Missouri Voter Registration Application (available at sos.mo.gov/votemissouri/request) to the office of your new election authority.

To find the office location, go to sos.mo.gov/elections/goVoteMissouri/localelectionauthority.

 

 

 

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