ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — St. Louis City Councilman Mark Harder intends to run for a seat in the Missouri State Senate next year.
Harder, a councilor for the 7th district of St. Louis County Council, plans to run for Missouri’s 15th Senate district in 2024. That seat is currently held by Senator Andrew Koenig, who is out of office next year.
Harder says his top priorities are economic growth, infrastructure, public safety and government restraint. He also wants to work on tax reform for private property and real estate.
“I will bind elected officials to their oaths of office and legal obligations so we can restore public confidence in the government,” he said. said Harder.
Wildwood Mayor Jim Bowlin also plans to run for the District 15 seat.
https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/st-louis-county-councilman-plans-missouri-state-senate-run/ The St. Louis County City Council plans to run for the Missouri State Senate