In a decision posted on the agency's website earlier this week, the Missouri Ethics Commission announced it had voted Tusday to dismiss , now Mayor, against his opponent in the April election, Laura Bryant.
Glantz made the complaint after Bryant missed a filing deadine for campaign finance documents.
Bryant and her campaign treasurer called the oversight an honest error and later filed the necessary paperwork.
In a statement late Thursday night, Bryant said in part, "The fact that this particular deadline is the only one missing from the official campaign finance form is still a problem, and one that the MEC should address so that no other Missouri candidate makes the same mistake."
The Glantz campaign was also the subject of a complaint filed over the summer regarding campaign finance disclosures,
Patch contacted Mayor Glantz late Thursday and will also be in touch with the Missouri Ethics Commission Friday. Stay with Creve Coeur Patch for more reaction.