Municipal Elections

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  1. Jonathon Guy


    Physical Address
    194 Eastlawn Avenue, Ste A
    Saint Robert, MO 65584

    Fax: 636-216-3368

City Elections


Those interested in serving in the legislative branch of the City's government can file for candidacy starting in December for the Municipal Elections that are held on the 1st Tuesday of April the following year.  For information on Municipal Elections and how to be involved, please contact the City Clerk with the contact information above.

MAYOR & BOARD OF ALDERMEN


The Mayor and Board of Aldermen shall have the care, management and control of the City and its finances, and shall have power to enact and ordain any and all ordinances not repugnant to the Constitution and laws of this state, and such as they deem expedient for the good government of the City, the preservation of peace and good order, the benefit of trade and commerce, and the health of the inhabitants thereof, and such other ordinances, rules and regulations as may be deemed necessary to carry such powers into effect, and to alter, modify or repeal the same.

The Mayor serves a two (2) year term and is elected in April of odd-numbered years.  Filing for election will follow the same guidelines as Aldermen in the schedule below.

In order to run for election for the office of Mayor, candidates must be at least 25 years old, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the City of St. Robert at the time he/she files for election and during the time he/she serves if elected.

An Alderman's main objective is to work in tandem with his/her counterparts on the Board of Aldermen in order to enact laws and "ordinances" pertaining to how the City operates.

Each of the four (4) Wards of the City are represented by two (2) Aldermen. Each year, one seat from each Ward is up for election.  If a n Alderman was appointed by the Mayor to fill a vacant seat on the Board, that seat will be included in the next following election to be filled. The appointed member must either file for election and win the seat, or only serve the appointed one-year term.

In order to run for election, candidates must be at least 21 years old, a citizen of the United States, have lived in the city limits of St. Robert for at least one year before election day, and a resident of the CIty, at the time he/she files and during the time he/she serves, of the ward from which he/she is elected.

Next Scheduled Election- April 2, 2024

Voting Dates and Deadlines


Municipal Election- April 2, 2024

DateTimeEvent
December 5, 20238:00 AMFirst Day for Candidate Filing.
December 26, 20235:00 PMLast Day for Candidate Filing.
January 23, 2024
Final Certification Date
March 6, 2024

Last Day to Register to Vote



Election Details


NOTICE OF ANNUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION-  City of St. Robert

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice of election and of the opening and closing for filing declarations of candidacy for the elective offices in the City of St. Robert, Missouri, is hereby given for the following offices which will be filled by a municipal election to be held Tuesday, April 2, 2024:

Ward 1 - Alderman for a two year term

Ward 2 - Alderman for a two year term

Ward 3 - Alderman for a two year term

Ward 4 - Alderman for a two year term

Notice is also given that all candidates need to file with the CIty Clerk at the St. Robert Municipal Center, 194 Eastlawn Ave., Suite A, St. Robert, Missouri during regular business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., starting December 5, 2023 through December 26, 2023.

City offices will close on Monday, December 25, 2023 and Tuesday, December 26, 2023 in observance of City Holidays

Jonathan Guy, City Clerk


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Link to: Pulaski County Clerk's Office

Link to: Pulaski County Election Information