election results 1 2018

ST. LOUIS COUNTY

St. Louis County Prop. 1 - Shall St. Louis County Charter be amended to provide for the Office of the County Counselor to have three divisions — respectively serving the legislative, executive and judicial branches of County Government?

YES - 55,647 - 54%

NO - 46,986 - 46%

City of Clayton

Mayor

Michelle Harris - 2,304 - 96%

Write-In - 108 - 4%

City of Maplewood Council

Ward 1

Karen S. Wood - 183 - 59%

Jason Goldkamp - 125 - 40%

Write-In - 1 - .32%

Ward 2

Eleanor Pardini - 242 - 98%

Write-In - 6 - 2%

Ward 3

Jenny Schmidt - 317 - 89%

Scott Criscione - 36 - 10%

University City Council

Unexpired Term

Jeff Hales - 1,236 - 95%

Write-In - 64 - 5%

School District of Clayton (vote for 2)

Joe Miller - 2,225 - 41%

Stacy Siwak - 2,289 - 42%

Brad Bernstein - 886 - 16%

Write-In - 29 - 1%

Prop E - For the purpose of providing competitive salaries, maintaining class sizes, avoiding cuts in programs, improving building safety and funding other district needs. Eliminates fully the sales tax reduction in district’s operating tax levy and increases the operating tax levy ceiling to $3.6773 for residential property, $4.2276 for commercial property and $4.0076 for personal property per $100 of assessed valuation. If approved, the operating levy ceiling is estimated to increase by 56 cents per $100 of assess valuation.

YES - 1,972 - 64%

NO - 1,099 - 36%

Maplewood Richmond Heights School District (vote for 2)

Brandi Herndon-Miller - 1,021 - 39%

Nikylan (Niky) Donato-Knapper - 749 - 28%

Bradley (Brad) Jackson - 159 - 6%

Kenneth (Dale) Chambers - 517 - 20%

Amy Peach - 171 - 7%

Write-In - 14 - .53%

School District of University City (vote for 2)

Matt Bellows - 2,039 - 35%

Lamont E. Reed - 1,089 - 19%

Laverne Ford-Williams - 2,605 - 45%

Write-In - 55 - 1%

Trustee - St. Louis Community College - Subdistrict 3

Paula M. Savarino - 7,108 - 45%

Anne Adams Marshall - 8,393 - 54%

Write-In - 153 - 1%

University City Municipal Library

Prop L - A tax increase of $0.12 per $100 of assessed valuation over the present $0.28 tax for the University City Public Library. Revenue to be used to construct, renovate, improve, equip, operate and maintain library facilities.

YES - 3,090 - 79%

NO - 843 - 21%

CITY OF ST. LOUIS

President of Board of Aldermen

Lewis Reed - 15,169 - 78%

Jerome Bauer - 3,553 - 18%

Write-In - 640 - 3%

Alderman Ward 2

Lisa Middlebrook - Democrat - 495 - 97%

Write-In - 15 - 3%

Alderman Ward 4

Samuel L. Moore - 456 - 96%

Write-In - 19 - 4%

Alderman Ward 6

Michael J. Hebron, Sr. - 199 - 17%

Christine Ingrassia - 965 - 81%

Write-In - 21 - 2%

Alderman Ward 8

Annie Lee Rice - 1,118 - 96%

Write-In - 42 - 4%

Alderman Ward 10

Joseph (Joe) Vollmer 699 - 94%

Write-In - 6%

Alderman Ward 12

Larry Arnowitz 853 - 96%

Write-In - 34 - 4%

Alderman Ward 14

Carol J. Howard 504 - 90%

Write-In - 56 - 10%

Alderman Ward 16

Thomas R. Oldenburg 1,033 - 96%

Write-In - 44 - 4%

Alderman Ward 18

Jesse Todd 521 - 96%

Write-In - 24 - 4%

Alderman Ward 20

Cara Spencer 344 - 96%

Write-In - 14 - 4%

Alderman Ward 22

Jeffrey L. Boyd 434 - 95%

Write-In - 24 - 5%

Alderman Ward 24

Bret Narayan 842 - 81%

Steven Basinger 126 - 12%

Michael Berg 57 - 6%

Write-In - 8 - 1%

Alderman Ward 26

Shameem Clark Hubbard 690 - 97%

Write-In - 21 - 3%

Alderman Ward 28

Heather B. Navarro 1,013 - 98%

Write-In - 25 - 2%

St. Louis Board of Education (vote for 2)

Adam Layne - 7,179 - 22%

David Merideth - 5,254 - 16%

Louis Clinton Cross, III - 2,544 - 8%

Barbara Anderson - 6,033 - 18%

William (Bill) Haas - 3,653 - 11%

Tracee A. Miller - 6,294 - 19%

Dan McCready - 1,614 - 5%

Write-In - 421 - 1%

Trustee - St. Louis Community College - Subdistrict 3

Paula M. Savarino - 9,448

Anne Adams Marshall - 11,118

Proposition - Cathedral Square Special Business District

Shall a tax of $.85 per $100 valuation be imposed for the next 10 years on all real property located in the Cathedral Square Special Business District as defined in Ordinance No. 63777, approved June 4, 1996?

YES - 141 - 89%

NO - 18 - 11%

Proposition - Central West End North Special Business District

Shall a tax of $.85 per $100 valuation be imposed for the next 10 years on all real property located in the Central West End North Special Business District as defined in Ordinance No. 62622, approved May 29, 1992?

YES - 141 - 89%

NO - 18 - 11%

Metropolitan Sewer District Prop S (City)

Shall MSD charge a Stormwater Capital Rate upon all customers based on the amount of impervious area on the real property for the purpose of funding capital improvements for flooding and erosion.

YES - 57,720 

NO - 65,348