Both have lost their appeal to black independents and millennials. As for the streets, forgetaboutit. This is why you don’t see their constituents bumrushing City Hall to rescind ward reduction. Or to protest the city/county merger despite not liking the terms. Black St. Louis has been dealt so many losses, these will be soon forgotten or replaced by other failures. This is not like watching, but being in the midst of a slow moving train wreck

Both have lost their appeal to black independents and millennials. As for the streets, forgetaboutit.

This is why you don't see their constituents bumrushing City Hall to rescind ward reduction. Or to protest the city/county merger despite not liking the terms.

Black St. Louis has been dealt so many losses, these will be soon forgotten or replaced by other failures.

This is not like watching, but being in the midst of a slow moving train wreck
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