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🗳 Endorsement Voting for the August 6 Primary Election is Open!

It's time to cast your vote for which candidates and issues the 6th Ward Dems will endorse for the August 6, 2024 primary election!

VOTING CLOSES TUESDAY, JULY 23 AT 11:59 P.M.

  • U.S. Senate
  • U.S House of Representatives, Missouri's 1st Congressional District
  • Missouri Governor
  • Missouri Lt. Governor
  • Missouri Secretary of State
  • Missouri Treasurer
  • Missouri Attorney General
  • Missouri House of Representatives, District 78
  • Missouri House of Representatives, District 79
  • Missouri House of Representatives, District 80
  • City of St. Louis Circuit Attorney
  • City of St. Louis Sheriff
  • City of St. Louis Treasurer
  • 6th Ward Committeewoman
  • 6th Ward Committeeman
  • Missouri Constitutional Amendment 1
  • Missouri Constitutional Amendment 4

We will publicize our endorsements to support our endorsed candidates and issues, including by printing official sample ballots to hand out voters as they enter the polls.

Candidate Forums: July 10 & July 17


The 6th Ward Democrats are holding two candidate forums as part of our endorsement process for the August primary election &
all are welcome to attend!

Forum 1: Statewide & Federal Races - July 10
Hear from candidates vying to be the official Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, Missouri's 1st Congressional District, as well as the statewide races (governor, lt. governor, secretary of state, treasurer, & attorney general).
  • What: 6th Ward Democrats Statewide & Federal Candidate Forum
  • When: Wednesday, July 10 from 6:30-9:30pm
  • Where: Wild Carrot, 3901 Shaw Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63110
  • Why: Hear from candidates seeking our endorsement, learn more about their positions on the issues, and be more informed as we prepare to cast our votes to support Democratic candidates!
Forum 2: Local & Citywide Races - July 17
Hear from candidates vying to be the official Democratic nominee for MO House Districts 79 & 80, sheriff, treasurer, circuit attorney, committeewoman, and committeeman.
  • What: 6th Ward Democrats Local & Citywide Candidate Forum
  • When: Wednesday, July 17 from 6:30-9:30pm
  • Where: Wild Carrot, 3901 Shaw Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63110
  • Why: Hear from candidates seeking our endorsement, learn more about their positions on the issues, and be more informed as we prepare to cast our votes to support Democratic candidates!
Following Forum 2, we will hold our official endorsement meeting, where members can discuss the candidates and endorsement voting will begin. Eligible members can vote in-person at this meeting or online for the following few days. 

Mark your calendars! 6th Ward Dems' Fundraiser on June 29, 2024


Please join us on Saturday, June 29 to connect with fellow 6th Ward Democrats to raise funds to get out the vote for the 2024 elections! 

If you care about elections, this is a powerful way to make a difference! This is the first major election for our new ward, bringing people from the former 7th, 8th, and 15th Wards together, and it's important that we get off to a strong start! This fundraiser will kick off our electoral work and pay for sample ballots that we distribute door-to-door to our neighbors and at polling places for both the August primary and the November general elections.

Members Beth Griffin and Tim Gardner have generously offered to host this event at their home, 4122 Arsenal, on Saturday, June 29 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. The flyer is attached. 

Please bring a covered dish to share. 

A note on accessibility: Tim and Beth's home has steep front steps. If you need to enter a different way, please email Tim Gardner at TMGardner3@gmail.com!

Please RSVP to Tim Gardner at TMGardner3@gmail.com by Thursday, June 20.

Suggested contributions: $25, $50, $100

You can make your contribution through our ActBlue page or by writing a check payable to the 6th Ward Democrats!

May General Membership Meeting: 6 p.m. Wednesday 5/8 @ Alpha Brewing Co.

 

Please join us at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 8 at Alpha Brewing Co. for our May General Membership Meeting!

Note: We are meeting on a Wednesday this month instead of our usual Thursday.

Please vote Tuesday, April 2!

Wishing a happy Easter weekend to all who celebrate and a reminder to all Democrats in the Ward that there is a municipal election this Tuesday! The 6th Ward Democrats officially endorse voting YES on Propositions S and W. If you need to find your polling place, you can find more information from the Board of Election Commissioners. We hope to see you there!


  • April 1: Last day to vote early. You must go in person to the St. Louis City Election Board at 300 N Tucker Blvd. 
  • Expanded polling place options! "For citywide elections, on election day, any City voter can cast their ballot regardless of their registered precinct at any of the locations listed HERE."

6th Ward Dems Endorsement and Election Results

Thank you to everyone who voted in our Prop S/Prop W endorsement election and our election of the organization's treasurer.

The 6th Ward Democrats voted unanimously to endorse Prop S and Prop W, and to elect Richard Egan as our new Treasurer. Congratulations, Richard!

April 2 municipal election info from the St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners
  • Sample ballot HERE
  • April 1: Last day to vote early. You must go in person to the St. Louis City Election Board at 300 N Tucker Blvd.
  • Expanded polling place options! "For citywide elections, on election day, any City voter can cast their ballot regardless of their registered precinct at any of the locations listed HERE."

ONLINE VOTING for 6th Ward Dems: Props S & W; 6th Ward Democrats Treasurer

Thank you to folks who joined us in person and online at the Carpenter Branch Library this Thursday for our General Membership Meeting & Issues Forum. We live-streamed it on our Facebook page, and you can view it there at any time.

Ald. Daniela Velázquez provided legislative and policy updates from the Board of Aldermen. The executive director of the Metropolitan Sewer District gave a presentation on Proposition S and Proposition W, both of which will be on our ballots for the April 2, 2024 municipal election. Prop S & Prop W propose a bond issue and property tax increase for the Metropolitan Sewer District (MDS) to address Clean Water Act compliance and erosion/flooding issues. The ballot language can be found here. The MSD website has helpful details, including cost breakdowns of both propositions, on their website: MSDProjectClear.org/ballot.

Online voting is now open for three matters:
Yes/No on endorsing Prop S on the April 2 ballot
Yes/No on endorsing Prop W on the April 2 ballot
Election for Treasurer of the 6th Ward Democrats

VOTING CLOSES MONDAY, MARCH 18 AT 11:59 P.M.

Eligible voting members will be able to cast an endorsement vote on both propositions and our board treasurer. Cast your vote here

We have a multi-step process to determine a member’s eligibility to vote while also protecting the member’s privacy by keeping a secret ballot. If you’d like to help in future endorsement and board member elections, we’d love to have you!

If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.