Election integrity town hall canceled

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Acting Police Chief Kenneth Gregory speaks at a crime town hall Oct. 30, 2021. He is joined by Reps. Jim Murphy and Michael O’Donnell, County Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell and South County Precinct Commander Jim Schneider.

An election integrity town hall scheduled for Saturday has been canceled due to impending bad weather.

Oakville state Reps. Jim Murphy and Michael O’Donnell had scheduled the town hall for Jan. 15 at Mehlville High School, but the event was canceled Friday. It will be rescheduled at a later date.

Murphy and O’Donnell were going to be joined by Secretary of State John Ashcroft, as well as St. Louis County Directors of Elections Rick Stream and Eric Fey, St. Charles County Director of Elections Kurt Bahr, House Elections Chair Rep. Dan Shaul, and House Elections Vice-Chair Rep. Peggy McGaugh.