Election Results from April 2, 2019

Per St. Louis County Board of Elections, the following are the Results from the Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Municipal Election:

Ward One

CandidateVotesPercentage
Larry Brost28649.74
David Hudson28649.74
Write-in3.52

* See the 'Breaking the tie' section at the bottom of this page for what happens next.

Ward Two

CandidateVotesPercentage
Lauren Edens40069.20
Tony Salvatore17430.10
Write-in4.69

Ward Three

CandidateVotesPercentage
Tammy Shea14322.73
Kenneth E. Remy48577.11
Write-in1.16

Ward Four

CandidateVotesPercentage
Jean Vedvig19041.58
Katie Dodwell26658.21
Write-in1.22

Ward Five

CandidateVotesPercentage
Dave Bertolino23353.32
Ed Marshall19444.39
Write-in102.29

Ward Six

CandidateVotesPercentage
R. Jon Bopp27050.47
Debra Quarternik22041.12
Rob Arthur
44
8.22
Write-in1.19

Ward Seven

CandidateVotesPercentage
Crystal McCune25994.53
Write-in155.47

Ward Eight

CandidateVotesPercentage
Joe Garritano63288.02
Chris Young8511.84
Write-in1.14


Breaking the tie

The Council Member candidates in Ward One, per the unofficial results, received the same number of votes. Now what happens?  According to the City Attorney...

The unofficial results for the April 2, 2019 election indicate that the candidates for the office of Council Member for Ward 1 received an equal number of votes. Should the St. Louis County Board of Elections certify the election results to reflect such a tie, State law dictates that the tie shall be resolved in one of the following ways: 1. The City calls a runoff election to determine a successful candidate; or 2. The candidates may agree to a drawing to determine the successful candidate. City Team Members will be coordinating next steps with the candidates and the St. Louis County Board of Elections in anticipation of receipt of the certified elections results.

The official results also showed a tie for the office of Council Member for Ward 1. The candidates have selected to have the tie broken via a special election, which is scheduled for June 4, 2019. All Ward 1 voters will vote at Wildwood Middle School for this special election.

Ward One Voter Information for Special Election

As referenced above in the 'Breaking the tie' section, a special election will be held on Tuesday, June 4th to select a Council Member for Ward One, after the tie vote in the April Municipal Election.  To determine if you are a Ward One resident and eligible to vote in this special election, as well as to find out your polling place and see a sample ballot, please use the link below:

Additional information on the special election from the St. Louis County Board of Elections, can be found here: St. Louis County Board of Elections.


Special Election Proclamation