Tuesday, December 11, 2012
The St. Louis County Board of Elections has now posted a township by township breakdown of election results from November 6, 2012.
We've known who won and lost in November's elections for more than a month, but now we know specifically how residents in Creve Coeur township cast their ballots, according to information from the St. Louis County Board of Elections. Among the notable races: President Votes % Barack Obama (D) 11, 219 52.7 Mitt Romney (R) 9, 681 45.5 Gary Johnson (L) 262 1.2 Invalid Write-Ins 70 .33 Virgil Goode (C) 22 .10 U.S. Senate Votes % Claire McCaskill (D) 12,927 62.17 Todd Akin (R) 6,883 33.10 Jonathan Dine (L) 918 4.42 Write In 64 .31 U.S. Rep. …
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Voters elected Michael Burr to be the Republican Committeeman for Creve Coeur Township.
Creve Coeur Township’s GOP Committeeman race saw an incumbent fall Tuesday night. Unofficial election results indicate Neal Bradford Breitweiser fell short in the vote count, garnering 997 votes (38.01 percent). Michael Burr swept in 1,605 votes (61.19 percent). Write-in candidates received 21 votes (.81 percent). Julia McQueen won the race for Republican Committeewoman, in a close competition. McQueen received 1,312 votes (51.15 percent), while Maria Burr received 1,237 votes (48.23 percent). Write-in candidates received 16 votes (.62 percent).
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The Creve Coeur Republican is seeking another term at the Township level.
Name : Neal Bradford Breitweiser Age : 51 Place of residence : Creve Coeur MO Attended college : Yes College : UMSL Degree : Year of graduation : Job titles held : National Account Executive Employers : Brandt Truck Line, Vitran Express Party affiliation : Republican Running for a: Local office Running for position: Republican Committeeman Chamber/district: Creve Coeur Township Incumbent: Yes First elected: 04 August 1992 Previous elective offices : Trustee Olive Crest Subdivision Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : Creve Coeur City Council Ward One Address Name : Title : Twitter : CCTRO St. Louis County Coordinator at Blunt for United States Senate Transportation Logistics Coordinator at Vice Presidential Debate, Washington …
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Backers of the former Massachusetts Governor won Saturday after a second vote was needed.
Republicans in Creve Coeur Township met Saturday and ultimately rallied behind a slate of delegates backing former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, after a spirited and sometimes contentious caucus gathering in Maryland Heights. Two actual votes were taken, with several attempts to verify each count. In the end, Romney's slate of delegates defeated those for former Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania) by a count of 54-53. Supporters of Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) garnered 16 votes. The first vote was a 53-53-21 tie. Confusion reigned through much of the vote, thanks to uncertainty over check-in procedures and voter verification. Committeeman Neal Breitweiser told Patch before the event that he expected roughly 60 people to show up. …
What you need to know about Saturday's township caucus.
Saturday will mark the first time in years that Missouri Republicans have used the caucus system to help determine which presidential candidate will receive the state's 52 delegates. It's a process that starts today, continues next Saturday in St. Louis City and the Kansas City area, and won't be completed until the congressional district-level convention in April and the state GOP convention in June. Creve Coeur GOP Township Chair Neal Breitweiser said Missouri Republicans use the caucus sytem every four years to choose convention delegates, so that's nothing new. The political back and forth last year which ultimately rendered last month's primary meaningless as far as the delegate count has made the rest of the process something of an …