County executive candidate Steve Stenger sets up in Brentwood

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Steve Stenger, St. Louis County 6th District County Councilman, is running for St. Louis County Executive, and has set up his mid-county campaign office at 2504 S. Brentwood Boulevard.

About 20 workers were making calls at Steve Stenger's campaign office in Brentwood on Monday.
About 20 workers were making calls at Steve Stenger’s campaign office in Brentwood on Monday.

Approximately 20 campaign workers were calling voters Monday morning, identifying the voter’s party, and if they didn’t know about Stenger, the worker told them.

In the afternoon the workers go out and knock on doors.

Stenger is running in the August 5 Democratic primary election against current St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley, and Ronald Levy.

Tony Pousa and Rick Stream are running in the Republican primary. Ted Brown is running unopposed for the Libertarian party. Joe Passanise is running unopposed for the Constitution party.

83rd State Congressional District Rep. Gina Mitten (D), is running unopposed in the Democratic Party primary.

Jeremy Buckingham is running unopposed as a Republican, and Maplewood resident Andrew Bolin is running as a Libertarian.

Most of Brentwood, Richmond Heights and Maplewood are in the 83rd State Congressional District.

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    • I do not know, but a cast vote is better than a reception. I am against the City-County merger, because what is said now, can be completely altered and reversed after the fact. I hope he wins, and I hope you get to his party, as he will have won a difficult battle that will, in the short and long run, improve responsibility for domestic security and financial responsibility.

  1. SPEAK OUT against the merger of loose spending in, and gratis gifts from the St. Louis City (bad governance) and embedded Charlie Dooliey : ” Yeah, we can do that, with other people’s money” —–and St. Louis County (priory City-Township owned and operated).

    If not, you have ready and willing hands to flush your tax dollars circling down in the toilet. The time for gratis spending is over should we will to survive. An example of the debacle of MODOT is clearly seen in the perplexing interchange from I-170 to Hanley Road, and from Hanley Road to access I-64 (hwy 40). I LOVE BRENTWOOD AND ALL OUR SISTER COMMUNITIES. It is time to take back the reins of the unbroken horse of foolish decisions and spending.

  2. Steven Stenger is the more accountable candidate. He is a fiscal conservative and a justice proponent for everyone. I continue to resent the currying of favor by Charlie Dooley giving Brentwood $223,000 dollars to update our 911 services AFTER MAYOR KELLY CONTRACTED WITH ECDC, AGAINST POPULUS INPUT TO LEAVE OUR DISPATCHER IN PLACE.

    If you want more ill advised decisions and a continuous glut of bureaucracy to tax YOUR MONEY to pay for thing NOT WANTED—then Charlie Dooley and Mayor Kelly are your “can do” candidates. This is not black v white, it is all GREEN and how it is spent.

    • SPEAK OUT against the merger of city (bad governance) and County ( City-Township owned and operated). If not, you have ready and willing hands to flush your tax dollars down in the toilet.

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