The nonpartisan general election for St. Louis, Mo., was on April 6. The primary was held on March 2, and the filing deadline to run passed on Jan. 4.
Candidates competed for mayor, board of aldermen, and city comptroller. In the mayoral election, Tishaura Jones defeated Cara Spencer, earning 52% of the vote to Spencer’s 48%. Jones is the first Black woman to be elected mayor of St. Louis.
In the city comptroller election, incumbent Darlene Green won re-election without facing opposition.
In the board of aldermen elections, incumbents ran for 15 out of the 16 seats on the ballot and won re-election to 12 of those seats. The following races did not re-elect an incumbent:
• In Ward 5, challenger James Page defeated incumbent Tammika Hubbard by a margin of 53% to 47%.
• In Ward 12, challenger Bill Stephens defeated incumbent Vicky Grass by a margin of 52% to 48%.
• In Ward 13, challenger Anne Schweitzer defeated incumbent Beth Murphy by a margin of 63% to 37%.
• In Ward 17—the sole race without an incumbent running—the race remained too close to call as of April 7.
Saint Louis is the 57th largest city by population in the U.S.