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Page likely wins two more years as county executive in four-way race

St. Louis County Executive Sam Page, right, and his wife, Jennifer, head to the polls Tuesday morning in Creve Coeur to vote for Page in the Democratic primary. Jennifer Page was dressed in scrubs to head to her job at Mercy Hospital South.

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor

August 7, 2020

St. Louis County voters most likely gave County Executive Sam Page two more years in office by handing him a commanding victory in the Democratic primary Tuesday in a four-way race with two well-known opponents. With 70,500 votes for 38 percent of the total vote, Page fended off well-funded challeng...

Call endorses county executive candidates in Aug. 4 primaries

Call endorses county executive candidates in Aug. 4 primaries

July 22, 2020

St. Louis County voters have six options for county executive in the Democratic and Republican primaries Aug. 4, with each bringing something unique to this election season. On the Republican side, returning candidate Paul Berry III will face Ed Golterman, who declined to return The Call’s question...

Paul Berry III, Ed Golterman to face off in August for Republican nod for county executive

Paul Berry III, left, and Ed Golterman, right.

By Erin Achenbach, Staff Reporter

July 22, 2020

Republican candidate for St. Louis County executive will be ready to challenge whoever wins the Democratic nomination between current County Executive Sam Page, county Assessor Jake Zimmerman, businessman Mark Mantovani and Jamie Tolliver. The primaries for both parties are Tuesday, Aug. 4. Republica...

In race for county executive, Mantovani, Page, Zimmerman outline stances on the issues

From left: Mark Mantovani, Sam Page and Jake Zimmerman.

By Erin Achenbach, Staff Reporter

July 17, 2020

Four candidates are running for St. Louis County executive in the Democratic primary Tuesday, Aug. 4, including current County Executive Sam Page. The winner of the primary will face off in November against whoever secures the Republican nod to run for county executive, either Paul Berry III or Ed Go...

All major events canceled due to coronavirus; schools will be closing

St. Louis County Executive Sam Page updates the public about COVID-19 (coronavirus) preparedness on Friday, Feb. 28, 2020. At right is Spring Schmidt, co-director of the Saint Louis County Department of Public Health.

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor

March 16, 2020

Attempts to stem the spread of the coronavirus in Missouri and nationwide led to the cancellation or postponement last week of most major events, with schools closing for the next two weeks and St. Louis regional leaders banning events of more than 50 people. St. Louis County election authorities ask...

St. Louis County bans groups of 250 people or more due to coronavirus

St. Louis County bans groups of 250 people or more due to coronavirus

March 13, 2020

Attempts to stem the spread of the coronavirus in Missouri and nationwide led to the cancellation or postponement of most major events, and St. Louis County Executive Sam Page banned events of more than 250 people. The ban doesn’t apply to religious or school events, but Page said he hoped that churc...

Mantovani running for county executive again

Mantovani talks with Amy Stuber of Creve Coeur and John Snodgrass of Richmond Heights. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer.

February 19, 2020

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Businessman Mark Mantovani officially launched his campaign for the Democratic nomination for St. Louis County executive, challenging current County Executive Sam Page and county Assessor Jake Zimmerman in what is now a three-way race for the ...

Vowing transparency, Page will mount bid next year to stay county executive

Vowing transparency, Page will mount bid next year to stay county executive

November 26, 2019

By Erin Achenbach Staff Reporter eachenbach@callnewspapers.com St. Louis County Executive Sam Page announced last week that he would be seeking election in 2020 to maintain his position as the head of the county, pointing out the work his administration has done since taking office to restore trust...

Jake Zimmerman will challenge Sam Page for county executive in 2020

Pictured above: St. Louis County Assessor Jake Zimmerman takes questions from residents during his third town-hall appearance about last year’s property assessments at the Affton Community Center.

October 29, 2019

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Jake Zimmerman, who has served as St. Louis County’s assessor for eight years, is launching a campaign for St. Louis County executive, challenging County Executive Sam Page. Zimmerman and Page are both Democrats and would face off in the August...

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