This comes after mayor Francis Slay won the democratic mayoral primary defeating aldermanic president Lewis Reed.
Slay is virtually a shoe in to win the general election next month given that the city of St. Louis is so heavily democratic.
There is no republican even running; Slay will be running against only a green party candidate.
Slay defeated Reed by ten percentage points in yesterday`s primary- 54% to 44%.
Mayor Slay received nearly 45 hundred more votes than Reed.
Slay celebrated his victory at the Dubliner restaurant downtown on Washington Avenue.
Slay told supporters his goal in a fourth term will be to pull the city together.
His priorities--combating crime, creating better education opportunities for kids and embracing the city`s diversity.
For his part, Reed talked about uniting St. Louis in his concession speech.
Reed challenged his supporters to keep working for a better St. Louis.
There was a 22% voter turnout citywide--that`s basically what the board of elections predicted.
The general election is set for April 2nd.
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