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Find out what Olivette voters decided about their city council, the Ladue School Board and a countywide parks funding proposal. Check election results here.
It had to pass in both St. Louis City and St. Louis County in order to impose the sales tax increase to fund improvements around the Gateway Arch, local parks and regional trails.
Each elected official will serve three-year terms.
What races will you be deciding on election day tomorrow? Here's a summary for Olivette residents.
Field of candidates in Frontenac; Ladue School Board. No contested races in Olivette.
Patch brings you everything you need to know about the April 2 election, from candidates and ballot questions to where to vote.
Patch will send questionnaires to the candidates running in the April election for two seats on the Ladue Board of Education. What questions should we include?
The last day to register for the April 2, 2013, election is March 6.
State Sen. John Lamping, R-Ladue, wants to move primaries from August to June, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Just elected to a four-year term in November, Missouri's State Treasurer is seen by some as a possible candidate for Lieutenant Governor if a vacancy is created.
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