Missouri News

Right-to-work in Missouri defeated in a historic ‘beatdown’

  By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Voters in south county and across the state overwhelmingly voted last week against Missouri becoming the 28th right-to-work state with the decisive defeat of Proposition A, delivering a statewide “beatdown” and marking the first time any voters nationwide overturned a right-to-work law. Prop A was defeated in St. Louis

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McCulloch defeated by reform challenger Wesley Bell

Pictured above: St. Louis County prosecuting attorney candidates Robert McCulloch and Wesley Bell discuss their campaign platforms during a candidate forum sponsored by the Metropolitan Bar Association of St. Louis July 26 at the Ritz-Carlton in Clayton. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch,

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Election results: Stenger wins, McCulloch loses, right-to-work fails

Pictured above: County Executive Steve Stenger and his wife, Allison, at his victory party Tuesday night. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger narrowly won the Democratic primary Tuesday against challenger Mark Mantovani, but longtime county Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch lost to challenger Wesley Bell in a shocking defeat after nearly

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Primary election results 2018: Stenger wins, McCulloch loses

Results from the election Tuesday, Aug. 7: Stay tuned to this page for election results, focused on the candidates you care about in south county. Absentee results are in! Voters in south county, and all across the state, decided if Missouri becomes the next “right-to-work” state. Read about Proposition A here. Proposition A – STATE – STATUTORY MEASURE

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Call Newspapers Election Guide: August 2018 primary election

Check out our voting tips and articles we sent out to our e-newsletter list Friday. To sign up to receive our OnCall e-newsletter, go to https://callnewspapers.com/newsletter/. Are you ready to vote Tuesday, Aug. 7? The Call’s website www.callnewspapers.com is where you’ll find breaking news leading up to the primary election and the results that night, focused on the candidates you

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Read all the Call’s candidate questionnaires for the Aug. 7 election

The Call’s candidate questionnaires offer the most complete glimpse you’ll find of candidates’ views leading up to an election. View a complete collection of the Call Candidate Questionnaires for the Aug. 7 primary election here: St. Louis County Executive (Democratic) Mark Mantovani vs. Steve Stenger St. Louis County Executive (Republican) Paul Berry III vs. Daniel

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Voters to decide fate of Missouri ‘right-to-work’

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Voters in St. Louis County could be the tipping point in a statewide vote next week to decide once and for all whether Missouri will be a “right-to-work” state or not. Voters will decide on the matter Tuesday, Aug. 7, when they will consider Proposition A, a referendum to

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Lesbian couple files federal lawsuit against Friendship Village Sunset Hills for alleged discrimination

By Emily Klein Staff Reporter emilyklein@callnewspapers.com A married lesbian couple was denied housing at a Sunset Hills retirement home because of their orientation, the couple claimed in a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday. In the lawsuit against Friendship Village Sunset Hills, Mary Walsh, 72, and Bev Nance, 68, allege that the housing community discriminated against them

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