Alderman Rasheen Aldridge

Rasheen Aldridge represents Ward 14 for the 2024-2025 legislative session.


Rasheen Aldridge represents Ward 14 for the 2024-2025 legislative session. Learn more about Ward 14.

Contact Information


Phone: (314) 622-3287

Fax: (314) 622-4273

Social media:

1200 Market Street City Hall, Room 230
St. Louis, Mo 63103

Constituent Services

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Committee Memberships

As Ward 14 Alderman

Legislative Activity

Activity for 2024-2025 legislative session

Board Bills

Bill Sponsor Type
BB 42
Temporary Easement 61 Ferry Street
Primary Sponsor
BB 38
Stop Signs in Various Locations Within the 14th Ward.
Primary Sponsor
BB 35
Speed Humps various Locations 14th Ward
Primary Sponsor
BB 32
Honorary Street Name “On Leong Way”
BB 30
City Budget Process Ballot Measure
Primary Sponsor
BB 15
Operating Hours of Marijuana Dispensaries
Primary Sponsor
BB 14
Streamlining Food Truck Operations
Primary Sponsor
BB 12
Certain Persons Access to City Correctional and Detention Facilities
Primary Sponsor
BB 11
Regulations for Attorney Access to City Correctional and Detention Facilities

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Voting record Percent Total
Aye 100% 11
All 100% 11

View detailed board bill voting records


Resolution Sponsor
Resolution 50
Honoring the Confluence Academy's Graduating Class of 2024
Resolution 49
Honoring Xavier Holmes
Resolution 48
Honoring Dr. Patricia Hagen
Resolution 46
Mental Health Awareness Month
Resolution 44
Recognizing the 42nd Bringing It Together Event
Resolution 42
Honoring Savannah Makenzie Davis
Resolution 41
Honoring Mr. John Chen
Resolution 40
Honoring Mr. John Wesley Posey's Attainment of the Rank of Eagle Scout
Resolution 39
Honoring Mr. Gul M. Totakhil
Resolution 38
Honoring Ms. Ruth Kim
Resolution 36
Recognizing ALS Awareness Month
Resolution 34
Honoring Salaheddin M. Muhammad
Resolution 33
Honoring Kingston Elijah Ward
Resolution 31
Honoring Frank Reginald (Reggie) Williamson
Resolution 30
Recognizing Stroke Victims and Those Who Care for Them
Resolution 26
Recognizing Colleen Hafner
Resolution 25
Recognizing Sundy Whiteside
Resolution 24
Recognizing Pamela Emrick
Resolution 23
Honoring Gloria and Tom Bratkowski
Resolution 22
Honoring Farrakhan Shegog
Resolution 21
Honoring Dara Eskridge
Resolution 20
Honoring Constance Siu
Resolution 9
Special Committee on Special Taxing Districts
Resolution 3
Printing of the Journal

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Rasheen Aldridge, is the Alderman for the Mighty 14th Ward, which represents the neighborhoods of Old North, Downtown, Carr Square, St. Louis Place, Hyde Park, College Hill, and JVL. 

Born in North St. Louis, Aldridge is a proud product of the public institutions around him. He graduated from Parkway West High School and South Technical High School in 2012. Aldridge earned an Associate’s Degree In Heating and Cooling while at South Technical High School. 

Aldridge was born with a disability at birth, giving him a unique understanding of the world not many have. He has two brothers, on his mother's side and 9 siblings on his father's side. 

Aldridge has been involved in politics and community organizing since he was a young man. He was a leader in the local Fight For 15 movement known as Show Me 15. Aldridge was an activist during the Ferguson Uprising, and was later appointed by former Gov. Nixon to serve on the Ferguson Commission. He met with President Obama in 2014 to discuss community & policing relationships. 

Aldridge ran for 5th Ward Committeeman during the 2016 Primary Election & won in a Special Election after a court ruling for a new election making him the youngest African American Committeeman in St. Louis City history. 

Alderman Aldridge was elected in a special election in November 2019 to become the 78th District State Representative. He was elected by the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus to serve as the Caucus Secretary and by his Freshman Representatives to serve as Chairman of the Freshman Democratic Caucus. 

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