Tuesday, February 7, 2012
We’ve got the scoop on all the important factoids you need to be prepared to vote on Feb. 7 2012!
Do you want to be an informed voter and not blindly cast your ballot for a name on a sheet? We’ve provided links to a few resources to help you navigate democracy. Where do I vote? Not sure where you’re registered to vote? Head to the Secretary of State’s website for the info. You’ll type in your name, address, date of birth and jurisdiction and the site will tell you where to cast your ballot. Wondering where the other polling places are? St. Louis County has a list of all the polling places in the county. Candidates A-Plenty While the Republican Party has the greatest number of candidates, the Democratic Party also has a handful of candidates hoping to challenge President Barack Obama. Voters hoping to cast their ballots for Newt …
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Polls closed at 7:00 p.m., and Maryland Heights Patch is keeping tabs on the election results. Check back here for updates throughout the night.
Election polls across St. Louis County closed at 7:00 p.m. on April 5, and Maryland Heights residents wait to see who will represent them on the city council. Check back here for a round-up of election results throughout the night. Maryland Heights City Council Ward 1 Donald Hunt: 279 votes, 95.88 percent (unofficial) Write-in: 12 votes, 4.12 percent (unofficial) Ward 2 Edwin Dirck: 277 votes, 97.19 percent (unofficial) Write-in: 8 votes, 2.18 percent (unofficial) Ward 3 Michael Hachmeister: 376 votes, 64.60 percent (unofficial) David Taschner: 133 votes, 22.85 percent (unofficial) Scott LaZear: 67 votes, 11.51 percent (unofficial) Write-in: 6 votes, 1.03 percent (unofficial) Ward 4 Norman Rhea: 484 votes, 98.17 percent (unofficial) Write-…
Sunday, March 20, 2011
A roundup of St. Louis news headlines for Monday.
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Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Three Maryland Heights residents will vie for the Ward 3 city council seat in April.
Three local residents will run to fill the Ward 3 city council seat this municipal election season: Michael Hachmeister, David Taschner and Scott LaZear. The city council seat was previously held by State Rep. Mary Nichols, who left the Maryland Heights City Council in December to take her seat in the state legislature. But that's not to say the seat is empty; the city appointed Michael Hachmeister, a teacher at Parkway West High School, to the council in December. City Clerk JoAnn Cova swore Hachmeister into office on Jan. 6. But that appointment will be short, as the city will hold its elections in early April. When that time comes, Hachmeister will be on the ballot for the Ward 3 spot. Local resident David Taschner, a systems engineer …
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Maryland Heights resident will run for a seat on the Parkway School Board.
Parkway School District will have a Maryland Heights resident vie for a seat on the school board this election season. Patricia Adair, who lives in Maryland Heights with her husband and children, will run for a seat on the Parkway school board. According to her bio, Adair has an MBA from Washington University and is married to an instructor of drafting and design. She says in the bio that service is a big part of her life. "Volunteering is a social responsibility that my family and I take very seriously," she wrote. "When flooding hit St. Charles in 2008, my children and I sandbagged to protect our neighborhood." Pattonville School District's Board of Education's final candidate list includes some Maryland Heights locals. Tami Hohenstein …