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Mayor Stephen Galiher
Mayor Stephen Galiher is sworn into office on Monday, April 21, 2014.

City Council Swears In Galliher, New Council Members

The City of Sedalia officially swore in the new mayor and two new city council members at the Sedalia City Council meeting Monday night (April 22).

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View the Pettis County Municipal Election Sample Ballot

Today (April 8) is Municipal Election Day, and the polls stay open until 7 p.m. There are several issues to vote on in the area including the race for Sedalia mayor, city council, school board positions and tax issues.

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Those Critical of the Sedalia 200 School Board Should Be Running for School Board Seats [OPINION]

Sedalia will not hold a School Board Election again this year because only the incumbents have signed up to run. While this could show well-deserved confidence in those who now serve, it is disturbing that those people who criticize the current members of the board and the staff of the Sedalia 200 School District in online venues do not come forward to challenge the incumbents for those positions.

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2014 Sedalia Municipal Election Candidates Set for April 8 Race

The field of candidates who will run for Sedalia's municipal offices is now official after Tuesday's filing deadline (Jan. 21).

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NYC Mayoral Candidate Anthony Weiner Caught Sexting (Again), Vows to Stay in Race

Anthony Weiner, the former congressman who resigned in disgrace after lewd photos he had sent to young women were publicly exposed, held a press conference Tuesday in Manhattan where he admitted that he had basically done that exact same thing all over again, even after promising he wouldn't.

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Pettis County and Johnson County Municipal Election Results Are In

Pettis County voters went to the polls and had higher than expected turnout. Pettis County Clerk Nick LaStrada said he was expecting 6-8% turnout, and 10.34% went to the polls.

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