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St. Louis Democratic nominee Lyda Krewson speaks toward goals as mayor

St. Louis Democratic nominee Lyda Krewson speaks toward goals as mayor

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – St. Louis alderwoman and Democratic nominee for mayor Lyda Krewson appeared on the March 12th episode of This Week In Missouri Politics to speak on her recent victory and goals moving forward. Regarding her influence, Krewson intends to improve the City of St. Louis for the benefit of all its residents.

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5 THINGS… Greitens could mention in the State of the State

The newly-elected Governor showed that he may be one of the best orators to hold the office in a generation with his inaugural, but his address certainly wasn’t long on details. Inaugural addresses typically aren’t and the thousand people standing outside were likely grateful for the brevity. However, those who listen to a State of

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TWMP: Lester Turilli, the Washington University debate and Greitens’ surge

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, Lester Turilli Jr. talks about his independent candidacy for governor with host Scott Faughn, his status as the only person in the race with pro-life beliefs, his support for SJR 39 and his hopes to reach out to socially conservative voters. “I’m honest I’m very bold

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City leaders worry SB 656 will make cities less safe

In the aftermath of the legislature’s override of SB 656 – the omnibus gun bill – last week, urban leaders who campaigned heavily against the bill have reacted with disappointment and fear for the future of their cities. From mayors to mayoral candidates, there was a sense that the legislation would make cities less safe

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Alderman Krewson to run for St. Louis mayor

ST. LOUIS — Lyda Krewson, who has served for nearly two decades on the city’s Board of Aldermen, announced on Tuesday she wants to become St. Louis’ next mayor. Krewson, a Democrat who represents St. Louis’ Central West End, went public with her decision to run for city government’s top spot with a YouTube video

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