“Mark Wrighton who is also the Chancellor of Washington University says the Steve Stenger downfall is part of the reason.<br><br>Former St. Louis County Executive Stenger was one of the high profile supports of Better Together.<br><br>He landed in hot water with the feds in a pay to play scheme. He was indicted, resigned from office and pleaded guilty.<br><br>Wrighton says it left a sour taste in the public’s mouth and affected support for their plan.”<br><br>Don’t be fooled by the desperate needing a win after suffering loss and loss after loss after loss trying to take credit. This was all the Feds.

"Mark Wrighton who is also the Chancellor of Washington University says the Steve Stenger downfall is part of the reason.

Former St. Louis County Executive Stenger was one of the high profile supports of Better Together.

He landed in hot water with the feds in a pay to play scheme. He was indicted, resigned from office and pleaded guilty.

Wrighton says it left a sour taste in the public's mouth and affected support for their plan."

Don't be fooled by the desperate needing a win after suffering loss and loss after loss after loss trying to take credit. This was all the Feds.

Better Together Chairman says proposal was scrapped after recent setbacks

ST. LOUIS - In a stunning announcement Better Together is pulling its controversial St. Louis City-County consolidation plan. You Paid For It reporter Elliott Davis sat down with the Chairman of the Better Together committee Monday afternoon. Mark Wrighton who is also the Chancellor of Washington Un...
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