2021 Election Results for St. Louis area, Missouri and Illinois
The April 6, 2021 municipal election will bring several changes to St. Louis area communities for years to come. There are more than 200 races and issues 5 On Your Side is following Tuesday in Missouri and Illinois. City of St. Louis residents will choose a new mayor between Tishaura Jones and Cara Spencer. Voters are being asked how the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) should pay for work that a court order says must be done. And voters in dozens of cities are making choices on questions related to taxes and school districts.
5 On Your Side is providing election results in real time in this story and on our free app. Download the KSDK app to get alerts when races are called by texting APP to 314-444-5125, and text RESULTS to see the latest election developments.
Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).
METRO SEWER DIST PROP YPrecincts: 223 / 223 (100% reporting)
ST LOUIS MAYORPrecincts: 222 / 222 (100% reporting)
ST LOUIS PROP EPrecincts: 222 / 222 (100% reporting)
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