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Council members question Page’s ‘moonlighting’

Recently multiple media outlets reported that Page has continued a limited medical practice even after being appointed as county executive earlier this year. That has led to calls for an investigation into possible county charter violations. However, Page remains defiant.

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Incumbents keep seats in county races

In St. Louis County, voters turned out in record numbers with more than 78% of registered voters casting ballots. But the massive turnout didn't hurt local incumbents, most of whom retained their seats.

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Two thousand and counting

A record number of public comments inundated the Oct. 13 County Council meeting, which resulted in the reading of comments to be spread over several days. But few officials celebrated the outcome as a testament to democracy. Instead, accusations of political manipulation flew from both sides.

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Election Preview: Unpacking Amendment 3

Current Missouri Representative District Map

This November voters across the state will be asked to weigh in on one of the most important (yet misunderstood) issues to the American political process – the drawing of legislative district maps. Amendment 3 asks voters to reconsider, modify provisions approved in 2018 with the passage of Amendment 1, a.k.a. 'Clean Missouri'

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