Monday, April 22, 2013
City leaders will also discuss renovations coming to the Board's meeting space.
Ballwin Mayor Tim Pogue and the newly elected members of the Board of Aldermen will be sworn into office Monday night in a meeting starting at 7 p.m. at the Donald “Red” Loehr Police & Court Center. Pogue, Ward 1's James Terbrock, Ward 2's Mark Harder, Ward 3's Jim Leahy and Ward 4's Michael Boland will each take the oath of office following April's election results. Among the items up for discussion under business at the meeting are a set of renovations, including audio-visual improvements to the board meeting room estimated at nearly $345,000. The Board will also hear an ordinance which would put limits on vehicles which have been used to circumvent city sign codes for advertising.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Democratic incumbent Clint Zweifel gave his acceptance speech just before midnight Tuesday, after a night of number watching in a close race with Republican challenger Cole McNary.
Democratic incumbent Clint Zweifel and Republican challenger Rep. Cole McNary faced off in the Nov. 6 election for the position of Missouri State Treasurer. As results came in Tuesday night, both candidates gathered with friends and family at St. Louis area watch parties. Initially, it was a tight race, but ultimately Zweifel declared victory and thanked his supporters just before midnight. "I think a lot of this illustrates hard work and investment in each other," Zweifel said. With 100 percent of the precincts counted early Wednesday morning, Zweifel had 50.3 percent of the vote and McNary had 45.5 percent of the vote. Zweifel tells Patch McNary did call him and concede Tuesday night. Both parties tell Patch they knew it would be a …
Patch will have updates on results as they become available. But when do polls close in some of the key presidential swing states?
Missouri voters have until 7 p.m. to cast their Election 2012 ballots, but voting in other key swing states ends hours before then, and exit polling could provide an early indication of whether President Barack Obama or Mitt Romney wins the White House. The earliest key state to watch for is Virginia, where polls close at 6 p.m. St. Louis time. Voting ends 30 minutes later in swing states Ohio and North Carolina. At 7 p.m. St. Louis time, swing states Florida, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire close their polls. Wisconsin polls close at 8 p.m. St. Louis time. Nevada, the final swing state that could prove as pivotal as Iowa, also closes its voting at 9 p.m. St. Louis time. Check here as Patch updates Election 2012 results as they come in.