ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Three men faced off in a race for one of the top political seats in town. Incumbent Mayor Francis Slay, Jimmie Matthews and president of the board of Alderman Lewis Reed were all running in the March 5th democratic primary election.

Mayor Francis Slay won the night.  He will most likely be St. Louis’ next mayor because the voter make-up of the city is largely democratic.

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St. Louis Mayor – Democrat

  •     Francis Slay*     23,968     54%
  •     Lewis Reed     19,494     44%
  •     Jimmie Matthews     575     1%

St. Louis Alderman Ward 6 – Dem

  •     Christine Ingrassia     1,043     51%
  •     Damon Jones     541     26%
  •     Michelle Witthaus     477     23%

St. Louis Alderman Ward 1 – Dem

  •     Sharon Tyus     800     48%
  •     Charles Quincy Troupe*     570     34%
  •     Yolanda (Glass) Brown     306     18%

St. Louis Alderman Ward 3 – Dem

  •     Freeman Bosley*     799     54%
  •     Anthony Bell     264     18%
  •     Jeffery Hardin     261     18%
  •     Maxine Johnson     159     11%

St. Louis Alderman Ward 5 – Dem

  •     Tammika Hubbard*     713     55%
  •     Michelle Hutchings-Medina     573     45%

St. Louis Alderman Ward 15 – Dem

  •     Jennifer Florida*     996     62%
  •     Lisa Miller     607     38%

St. Louis Alderman Ward 21 – Dem

  •     Antonio French*     1,527     80%
  •     Kerry Wilson     378     20%

St. Louis Alderman Ward 27 – Dem

  •     Chris Carter*     1,278     74%
  •     Pamela Boyd     446     26%

 

More information:  St. Louis Board of Election Commissioner’s website