ST. LOUIS — For more than a century, 28 members of the Board of Aldermen governed the City of St. Louis. Those days are almost over.
Ward reduction changes have been in the making for more than a decade after voters approved the plan back in 2012. "Aldergeddon" has already claimed casualties. A handful of incumbents opted not to seek re-election, shying away from a sharp-elbowed brawl against their colleagues to prolong their political career and others were defeated in the primary.
Megan Green ran unopposed for the Board of Aldermen President and will continue in the role after a special election last year.
On Tuesday, the municipal election results determined who would represent the 14 wards.
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Shane Cohn ran unopposed.