Author: Anne Allred Published: 10:46 PM CDT July 23, 2020 Verifying statements on COVID-19 testing availability from St. Louis County Executive Democratic debate ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — Four candidates faced off in the Democratic St. Louis County Executive debate Wednesday night. Our verify team is taking a closer look at statements made about the … Continue reading Fact or Fiction?: I’ve Been Verified!
STL COUNTY EXECUTIVE DEBATE: The County Executive is elected by its citizens to lead St. Louis County similar to a Mayor. The County Executive works with the St. Louis County Council similarly to a Mayor and Board of Alders. Incumbent County Executive Sam Page and his opponents Mark Montovani, Jamie Tolliver, and Jake Zimmerman are … Continue reading Action St. Louis County Executive Debate
The Freeman Bosley Jr Show guest Jamie Tolliver for STL County Executive, Brother Ben Broadnax, and Dr. Sean Joe Professor Of Social Development talks about the importance of being counted and Brother Amir Brandy from REAL STL NEWS talks about bringing the message to the people via REAL STL News!
Follow this link to hear the podcast held with STLPR Politically Speaking podcast interview with Jason Rosenbaum on July 7, 2020 https://news.stlpublicradio.org/post/politically-speaking-jamie-tolliver-breaks-down-her-candidacy-st-louis-county-executive
For the vast majority of you all, this is the first time that you have ever heard of me. I am not a big name. I don’t have a long history in politics. However, if we are honest, time in a profession is just time if it is not well used. And, no one is … Continue reading April 20th Democratic Town Hall Transcript
The safety of the elderly and the disabled is a concern I hold dear as a result of concerns that have been expressed to me personally on several occasions by this segment of the population. Crosswalks should be made more safe and secure across 4 lanes of traffic and at busy intersections by: Making crosswalk … Continue reading Senior/Disability Justice
My campaign opposes the environmental racism that African Americans of the St. Louis Metropolitan area are exposed to at considerable greater risks than their Caucasian counterparts. This environmental racism contributes to stark racial disparities regarding health, economic burdens, and quality of life. These findings were published by the Washington University of St. Louis’s campus newspaper, … Continue reading Environmental Justice
The same way homes are racially divided by zip codes, schools seem to follow the same unjust rhetoric. If parents live in a city/municipality and move within that same city/municipality, they should have the option to keep their children at the same school. Those moving into a district, as tax payers, should have the option … Continue reading Education Justice
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