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Jennings mayor fined for placing personal funds in campaign account

JENNINGS, MO (KTVI)-On Friday, the Missouri Ethics Commission spoke out on its case against the mayor of Jennings. The commission found that Jennings mayor, Yolanda Fountain-Henderson, violated state law by, among other things, mixing her own personal funds with money in a campaign account. 70 more words


Do You Properly Report Sample Ballot Expenses To MEC?

Early Friday morning, I read my daily subscription feed on Missouri Scout.  Under “Bits,” I read that St. Louis City Alderman Antonio French had been fined $45 by… 775 more words

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Sharon Carpenter: Feathering Her Own Nest

Sharon Quigley Carpenter resigned as St. Louis City Recorder of Deeds because she hired her great-nephew three times in violation of the Missouri Constitution’s anti-nepotism provision. 722 more words

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Sharon Carpenter's Taxpayer Funded Campaign Mailings

In her August 14, 2014, interview with St. Louis Public Radio‘s Jo Mannies and Jason Rosenbaum, Sharon Quigley Carpenter denied using Recorder of Deeds staff and materials for campaign purposes. 335 more words

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Mavis Thompson Responds to Ethics Complaint

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Did she use taxpayer-funded pamphlets to push her campaign?

That’s the complaint filed against St. Louis License Collector Mavis Thompson with the Missouri Ethics Commission. 230 more words


Kacie Starr Triplett May Face Criminal Investigation

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A former St. Louis Alderwoman who admitted using campaign money to buy stuff for herself may be facing a criminal investigation. 113 more words


St. Louis Alderman Asking For Help With College Tuition

Update: Alderman Bosley Sr. now says he will return any donations made to help send his daughter to college.

“I won’t even open the damn envelope, if that’s what it is,” Bosley… 287 more words