Thursday, July 5, 2012
The 2012 candidates, incumbents and issues that will affect Eureka, Wildwood and St. Louis County are outlined here. Local candidates include Wildwood resident Todd Akin and Eureka resident George Weber.
As the August 2012 primary comes next month and voters move forward to November’s elections, Eureka-Wildwood Patch is devoted to providing information needed about races in town. Here's a start on the candidates and issues for Eureka and Wildwood residents. In addition to Patch-generated coverage, we will be inviting candidates to upload information about their campaigns directly to this site. Currently, Majority Floor Leader Tim Jones, (R-Eureka) and Missouri Sen. Brian Nieves (R, Washington) blog for Eureka-Wildwood Patch. Wildwood Mayor Tim Woerther also just started blogging for this site. You will definitely want to bookmark this page for updates to issues, campaigns and developments! U.S. Senate Claire McCaskill's bid for re-…
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
At Monday's city council meeting, 10 council members were sworn in, as well as the re-elected mayor.
The following elected city officials were voted into office April 3.
At Monday's city council meeting, Mayor Tim Woerther received a "key" surprise. He's the first Wildwood mayor with two terms.
Wildwood Mayor Tim Woerther is the first mayor to be re-elected into two terms in the city's 16-plus years of history. He was sworn in at Monday night's city council meeting by city clerk Lynne Green-Beldner. Woerther thanked all present Monday evening for exercising their right to vote. "We live by the mission and vision of Wildwood that you see on the back wall," he said. "I hope you will continue coming to meetings like this, and that you will voice yourself anytime thoughts move you. "It's participation and involvement such as yours that allows us to be able to do the work we do here." Mayors that served the municipality prior to Woerther include:
Friday, March 23, 2012
Several of the 13 Wildwood municipal candidates present at Thursday evening's forum spoke of the need for consensus building and fresh starts.
Thirteen of 16 possible candidates in Wildwood's April 3 municipal races attended a candidates' forum Thursday evening held at Wildwood City Hall. The forum, which was hosted by League of Women Voters' (LWV) volunteers, was witnessed by approximately 50 Wildwood residents. LWV representative Nancy Miller said the forum was "based on issues, not on personalities." Each candidate received 2 minutes for an introductory presentation, 1 minute to answer each question posed from attendees, and 1 minute for wrap-up comments. Both mayoral candidates fully participated: former Wildwood mayor Ed Marshall, and the current (incumbent) mayor Tim Woerther. One term for a Wildwood mayor is four years. Marshall lives in Ward 2, and was first appointed to…
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Today at 8 a.m., candidates for next spring's election may begin filing. Candidates have until Jan. 17 to declare their intentions. This election will impact all eight of the city's wards.
Wildwood's mayoral position and all eight of the municipality's wards will be affected by the upcoming spring election. Filing for the April 3, 2012, Wildwood elections opens on Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 8 a.m. and closes on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 5 p.m. Candidates can file between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, between the opening and closing dates, except for when City Hall will be closed for holidays on Dec. 23; Dec. 26; Jan. 2; and Jan. 16. A filing fee of $10 is required. Prior to filing for the offices of council members or mayor, candidates must complete a nominating petition and have it signed by no less than 25 registered voters of the residents of their Ward. Mayoral candidates must have 100 signatures from …