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Voters in Manchester, Town and Country and other St. Louis County Library system cities will decide Nov. 6 whether to approve the Proposition L tax increase for construction and branch maintenance.
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Is U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin's recent suggestion correct? Should states such as Missouri pay for the lunches?
The Republican Party candidate dominated the primary election on Tuesday.
If approved in November, the St. Louis County ballot item would fund upgrades at various library locations. The system includes the Grand Glaize Branch in Manchester.
The case involves districts set up for unincorporated parts of St. Louis County, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
He is a resident of Kansas City.
He is seeking his second term.
He is a St. Louis resident.
He is facing incumbent Jay Nixon in the Aug. 7 primary.
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