St. Louis Mayoral Race: Democratic Nominee Lyda Krewson Takes On Key Issues
ST. LOUIS —
The big election is nearly two weeks away, and The Allman Report is covering all the angles. We've talked to all the candidates to become the first new mayor of the City of St. Louis in 16 years, and some who are fighting to get into the race.
Monday, Democratic Nominee Lyda Krewson stopped by the studio to talk about where she stands on about a dozen key issues the next mayor will have to tackle. Krewson talks about crime, the minimum wage debate, a possible merger of St. Louis City and St. Louis County, the earnings tax, sanctuary cities, soccer, etc. The biggest question: will she debate the Republican Nominee for mayor, Andrew Jones right here on The Allman Report?