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Category Archives: Campaign
Join us from 7pm to 9pm, Wednesday, January 14th at Felix’s Pizza Pub to support Alderman Scott Ogilvie’s re-election effort and kick-off the 2015 campaign.
Hello St. Louis. Time flies, and its been almost four years since I was elected to the 24th ward alderman seat. A new campaign is almost upon us and the primary election is March 3rd, 2015. I love serving as … Continue reading
The 15th Ward will elect a new alderman in a special election on October 7th to fill the open seat Jennifer Florida resigned from in August to become Recorder of Deeds. I enthusiastically endorse Rhonda Smythe in this election and … Continue reading
About a year from now I’ll be up for re-election as alderman of the 24th ward. As you may know, I ran as an independent candidate (no party affiliation) in the last election in 2011. I was fortunate to be … Continue reading
Join us at Southwest Diner on September 18th for a fun fundraiser for Alderman Scott Ogilvie’s next campaign. Stop by after work for a margarita and hors d’oeuvres. We’ll see you between 5:30 & 7:30 – Southwest Diner is located … Continue reading
This is our fourth and final mailing, in addition to the flyer we’ve been using. You had to be under 35ish to get one, turnout among younger voters is just awful for these April elections, and I wanted to invite … Continue reading
To: Residents of the 24th Ward From: John Corbett – Dogtown resident On March 14, 2011, I resigned from the position of Democratic Committeeman of the 24th Ward. My resignation was accompanied by the resignation of Marie Waterhouse as Committeewoman. … Continue reading
The League of Women Voters / Post Dispatch Voter’s Guide is now online. I believe the print edition will arrive tomorrow. They allow you 75 words to respond to each question… just a few more than twitter. Seven of the … Continue reading
After the compressor ran out of air – Good thing politicians tend to be full of hot air themselves.
I gave the go-ahead at the printer today. This will be on the press this week and in the mail sometime next week. Front: Back: