St. Louis Voters to Pick Mayor in Tuesday Election
ST. LOUIS - St. Louis voters on Tuesday will decide if Mayor Francis Slay should get another term.
The Democratic incumbent is seeking a fourth term in office. He's heavily favored over Green Party candidate James McNeely. There is no Republican candidate.
Slay won the March primary by about 10 percentage points over Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed.
Slay was first elected in 2001. If he wins on Tuesday he will become St. Louis' longest-serving mayor after eight more days in office.