In the City of St. Louis, the St. Louis City Labor Legislative Club recommends the following votes:
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 1
Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to extend the two term restriction that currently applies to the offices of Governor, Lt. Governor, Treasurer, Secretary of State, Auditor and the Attorney General – Vote NO.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 3
Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to ban gifts from paid lobbyists to legislators and their employees; reduce legislative campaign contribution limits; change the Clean Missouri redistricting process approved by voters in 2018 – Vote NO.
Shall the City of St. Louis adopt an ordinance to establish an open, non-partisan system for elections to the offices of mayor, comptroller, president of the board of aldermen, and alderman; enable voters to choose all the candidates they wish in the open, non-partisan primary; allow the top two candidates to then compete in a runoff general election? – Vote NO.
Shall Section 2 of Article VIII of the City of St. Louis Charter be amended to allow police officers and employees of the City of St. Louis, except for agency and department directors appointed by the mayor to reside outside of the City limits – Vote NO.
Shall the City of St. Louis levy an additional tax of six cents per each $100 of assessed valuation to provide additional funding for community children’s services, in particular early childhood services for children aged five years and under, in addition to the current levy of 19 cents per each $100 of assessed valuation? – Vote NO.
Should the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis be amended to impose a gross receipts tax of seven-and-one-half-percent of the gross receipts obtained from telecommunications providers within the City limits. – OPEN, no position.