(314) 312-2353

INTERVIEWS FOR CANDIDATE'S

Saturday, September 29th @10am

Aerospace Lodge 212 Utz Lane Hazelwood, 63042

Candidate's please bring your letter with you and it should include:

Request for Endorsement

Request for Donation to campaign committee (if needed)

Name, Address, and Treasurer name of campaign committee registered with the Missouri Ethics Commission

 

28TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

Sunday, October 7th 10am Shotgun start

Florissant Golf Club 50 Country Club Lane Florissant, 63033

$65 Per Golfer Hole Sponsor $200

Make checks payable to: North County Labor Club

Mail checks to Fred Searcy 13024 Fox Haven Dr. Florissant, Mo 63033

Any Questions Contact Tim Rone 314-780-2931 or Frank Schuette 314-486-7465

 

SCHEDULE FOR THE NEXT FEW MEETINGS ARE LISTED BELOW.  WE WILL HAVE MEETINGS OVER THE SUMMER BECAUSE OF "RIGHT TO WORK".

JUNE 4TH PICNIC @4PM ST. FERDINAND PARK FAMILIES ARE WELCOME

JULY 2ND E-BOARD @6PM REGULAR CALLED MEETING @7PM

AUGUST 6TH E-BOARD @6PM REGULAR CALLED MEETING @7PM

OCTOBER 1ST E-BOARD @6PM REGULAR CALLED MEETING @7PM

 

 

 

Members,

As of right now you are allowed to go PAC to PAC. The trail court said it was legal but delayed its ruling for 45 days. The 45 days has expired and the appeals court, while it may reverse, did not stay, or otherwise pause, the trial court's decisions, despite the State of Missouri explicitly asking it to. You can check the MEC website today and it will tell you the language says no PAC to PAC, but because the court has not stayed the decision the PAC to PAC transfer prohibition is not being enforced. Therefore-it is safest and best to allow a clean and straight PAC to PAC at this point.

To split it up is not necessary and will potentially raise unwarranted flags for trying to just follow the law as you understood it.

For the time being the courts say we can go PAC to PAC and it is likely cleanest and easiest to do so at this time.

James P. Faul

Hartnett Gladney Hetterman LLC

4399 Laclede Ave. St. Louis, Mo 63104

Any questions on this feel free to contact the President Fred Searcy.