Lafayette & Queeny Township Events

February 15th, Thursday, 6:30 P.M.
Lafayette & Queeny Townships Sponsor:
Manchester Police Building
200 Highlands Blvd

Candidates for Manchester Elected Office Candidate Forum

Candidates have been invited to introduce themselves and answer your questions.

For Mayor: Mike Clement and David Willson. Ward 1: Nelson Nolte.

Ward 2: Marilyn Ottenad. Ward 3: Jerry Meyer and Ben Toben.

Current Aldermen Paul Hamill and Rich Baumann have also been invited.

February 22nd, Thursday, 7 P.M.
Multiple Townships Sponsor:
Chesterfield City Hall

Senator Jim Talent

Senator Talent is going to be discussing National Defense Today.

Talent is a visiting senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and concurrently a señor fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center, where he specializes in defense and national security issues.

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Request for Help

Parkway School Board Election

There are 2 open seats to be filled at the April election

Five candidates have filed, three of them are conservative.

I have already seen invitations to meet & greet and wine & cheese events for the 2 liberal candidates.

Please, we need to support and promote our conservative candidates too! 

If you are interested in holding a small neighborhood gathering, please contact

Queeny Township Committeewoman Jennifer Cliffton at 314-603-3486 

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Tim Fitch featured speaker at Clayton Township meeting

Clayton Township is hosting its first public forum of the year.  3rd County Council candidate, former STL Co. Police Chief, Tim Fitch, will address the township.  Also, there will be a featured speaker who will address one of the upcoming ballot issues.

All are welcome, bring your family!

Clayton Center, City of Clayton

7:00 PM

March 1st

Ron Rammaha Candidacy Announcement

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rammaha-for-missouri-tickets-42923615690

Join Ron Rammaha on 2/22/2018 at Royale Orleans from 7:00 – 8:30 pm for his announcement of Candidacy for Missouri House of Representatives District 94.  This FREE event will include refreshments, soda & cash bar. NOTE:  No one will be admitted without a ticket reservation from Eventbrite.

The first 100 people that register at Eventbrite will receive a ticket for the great attendance prizes when they register at the event.  Look forward to seeing you.  Don’t miss this opportunity to speak one on one with your candidate.  You will easily see that this is the man that serves YOUR community and will continue to serve you after he is elected.

COMPLAINT  FILED   AGAINST  TRAKAS   RECALL COMMITTEE WITH MISSOURI ETHICS COMMISSION

trakas(ST. LOUIS COUNTY) – A complaint has been filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission against the committee that has been conducting a campaign to recall St. Louis County Councilman Ernie Trakas, questioning if there are contributors to the petition drive that have been covered up and why so few expenditures have been disclosed.

According to campaign finance reports, $24,874 of the $31,555 cost of the recall effort so far has been due to contributions made by a political consulting firm in south St. Louis. The contributions have been “in-kind” rather than monetary with little accounting for expenditures.

The committee claimed to only spend $33.45 in its first four months of operation.

“A lot of questions have been raised about the Trakas recall effort and who has been financing it,” said Tom Sullivan of University City, who filed the complaint. “The ethics commission should be able to provide answers.” Read more…

Missouri Lincoln Days 2018

The Missouri Republican Party’s Lincoln Days weekend is a great way to meet your elected officials, candidates and spend time with friends. This year the event was held in Kansas City on February 2nd and 3rd. The kickoff was at the National World War I Museum and Memorial and then moved to the hotel where attendees visited various suites throughout the hotel to visit with those candidates and elected officials.

Saturday included meetings and training sessions ending with a dinner featuring Scott Rasmussen as keynote speaker. A good time was had by all!

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Mike Gibbons to headline Pachyderm luncheon

Join the Pachyderms for lunch this Friday. They have Hon. Michael Gibbons, Gibbons Workman LLC, as Guest Speaker.  Mike is a former Kirkwood Councilman, Missouri House Member (four terms), Missouri Senator (two terms) and President Pro Tem of the Missouri Senate (2005-2008). He holds a J.D., from SLU, and BS, from Westminster, and is a member of the Missouri Bar and Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis.  Mike is a Director of the Greater St. Louis YMCA, Member of the Kirkwood-Des Peres Area Chamber of Commerce and Trustee, State Historical Society of Missouri.  Mike works in the fields of agriculture, biotech, commerce, nergy, healteh care, manufacturing and mining.  He will be sharing his observations on Missouri and St. Louis County.  See more at http://www.gibbonsworkman.com/team-view/michael-gibbons/

The St. Louis County Pachyderm Club meets each Friday at Sapore Italian Cafe in Woodbine Center main restaurant, upper level 451 S. Kirkwood Blvd. (just north of Big Bend) Kirkwood, Missouri 63122.

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Networking starts at noon, lunch served at 12:15 PM, meeting starts at 12:30 PM and ends at 1:15 PM.

$20 per person for lunch, cash, check

Lafayette & Queeny Townships Candidate Forum

February 15th, Thursday, 6:30 P.M.
Lafayette & Queeny Townships Sponsor:
Manchester Police Building
200 Highlands Blvd

Candidates for Manchester Elected Office
Candidate Forum

Candidates for Manchester Mayor and Aldermen have been invited
to introduce themselves to you and answer your questions.