North County Labor Club turns out in support of Lowery for Mayor of Florissant, Dorsey for municipal judge

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By MARY ANN HOLLEY
Correspondent

SUPPORTING LABOR’S CANDIDATES: Members of the North County Labor Club turned out recently to canvass for Tim Lowery for mayor of Florissant and Mary Elizabeth Dorsey as a write-in candidate for municipal judge. – Labor Tribune photo


Florissant, MO – Tim Lowery got a little help from members of the North County Labor Club who walked door-to-door recently in support of his campaign for Florissant mayor in the April 2 municipal election.

Lowery has served as Florissant police chief since 2013. His father, Robert Lowery Sr., served as the city’s mayor for many years and was a strong supporter of Labor, something he passed on to his son.

Tim Lowery is actively involved in the North County Labor Club and supports union construction projects in the city.

WRITE-IN DORSEY FOR JUDGE

Labor Club members also canvassed in support of the write-in candidacy of Mary Elizabeth Dorsey for municipal judge.

Dorsey, a prosecutor in the city’s municipal court since 2006, is seeking to replace Judge Daniel Boyle, who is leaving the city to take a job in Oklahoma City.

Boyle did not announce his departure until after filing had closed for the April 2 election. As a result, his name will remain on the ballot for re-election; however, Boyle has endorsed Dorsey as his replacement.

 

 

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