2019 President of the Board of Alderman Primary Candidate Forum — A Special Livestream and Watch Party Event
Confirmed Candidates: Megan Ellyia Green, Jamilah Nasheed, Lewis Reed
The primary race for the President of the Board of Aldermen is a critical opportunity for citizens to shape political leadership and policy priorities for the City of St. Louis. Following up on our successful Mayoral Forum of 2017, the Social Policy and Electoral Accountability Collaborative (SPEAC) has organized a primary candidate forum that will put racial equity front-and-center, focusing on pressing regional issues including child and youth well-being, health disparities, economic opportunity, neighborhood improvement, and criminal justice.
To join the Clark-Fox Policy Institute and Health Equity Works for a watch party, register here.
Host a Watch Party: bit.ly/HostSPEAC
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Submit a Question: bit.ly/SPEACask
Hosted by SPEAC:
Clark-Fox Policy Institute at Washington University in St. Louis, Community Builders Network, UMSL Community Innovation and Action Center, FOCUS St. Louis, Forward Through Ferguson, Generate Health STL, Health Equity Works (formerly For the Sake of All), Ready By 21 Saint Louis, St. Louis Equal Housing & Reinvestment Alliance, Trailnet, and Vision for Children at Risk.
The Social Policy & Electoral Accountability Collaborative (SPEAC) is a group of leading St. Louis area organizations that are striving to hold elected officials accountable to the communities they represent—or are seeking to represent—both prior to an election and afterward.