Dooley notes how he supported foreclosure mediation legislation that was eventually invalidated by the state legislature.
For what it's worth, Stenger voted for foreclosure mediation ordinance.
Charlie Dooley says he will vote for the transportation sales tax. He said earlier this summer that it "wasn't a priority" for his administration.
Dooley says "will move forward" and won't "hold grudges" after the campaign.
On whether he would support Stenger if he wins the primary: "I'm going to be the nominee. And I'm a Democrat."
Ten years is long enough? Dooley say "10 years? I'm just getting started!"
Thanks for joining us for the first portion of today's spotlight on the Democratic candidates for St. Louis County executive. Next up is Steve Stenger.
STL County Councilman Steve Stenger gets ready to be interviewed by Don Marsh.
Stenger says it is a fair representation to tie Dooley with FBI investigations, even though Dooley isn't the subject of any of them.
Will Stenger support Dooley if he's the nominee? "That's something we'll have to see at the time." Says members of the party will have to huddle and talk about it.
Stenger says he will offer "engaged" leadership that is "accountable to the people of St. Louis County."
Marsh asks if the accomplishments Dooley cited -- Express Scripts, North Park, plant science expansion -- deserves credit. Stenger says the negatives "drown out" the positives. "No accountability in our county government structure."
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Marsh asks what Stenger would have done differently during the Great Recession. Cites statistics about county's population and job losses.