St. Louis City’s 7th Ward needs a Democratic Party Committeeman and Committeewoman who work together to organize the ward. Absent that, it needs either a Committeeman or Committeewoman who shoulders the burden alone, as I did for seven years. Please be that team or that person who does the work- organizes an open ward organization, sponsors candidate and ballot issue forums and surveys, holds voter registration drives and GOTV canvasses, does a mailing every election and produces a ward ballot with endorsements by members, and raises money to fund those activities. Currently, that is not happening because I resigned and the current Committeeman is only interested in going to other people’s meetings and campaign events, selfies, and scheming to obtain higher office. I will write more on this later.
8 am Tuesday, February 25th, filing begins for the August 4th Missouri Primary for…
State Senators in Odd Numbered Districts including an open seat in 5th District, which includes all of 7th Ward, currently served by term limited State Senator Jamilah Nasheed
All State Representatives including 78th District and 79th District serving 7th Ward.
Political Party Committeeman and Committeewoman for each ward.
Filing Closes March 31st.
Here is some basic information about filing for Committeeman and Committeewoman.
Where and When to File for Committeeman or Committeewoman: Filing is done at the St. Louis City Board of Election Commissioners, 300 N. Tucker between 8 am and 5 pm Weekdays.
Qualifications for running for Political Party Committeeman or Committeewoman:
- Must be a resident of the Ward for at least one year prior to election.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Must be a Registered Voter.
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Must not owe any taxes.
- Must file a Personal Financial Disclosure Statement.
- Must file Campaign Finance Reports with Missouri Ethics Commission or or St. Louis City Election Board.
- Filing Fee: $100
7th Ward Boundaries and Maps. You receive a large wall map of ward and registered voter data when you file for office.
— Marie Ceselski, former 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman