Welcome! My primary job as State Representative is to stand up for the interests of the people of the 77th District. To that end, I’ve sponsored and helped to pass important bills that make a difference right here in our community:

  • Passed legislation that helps pharmacies save us money on prescription drugs.
  • Co-sponsored legislation to help adults finish their high-school education.
  • Sponsored criminal justice reform bills to raise the age and prevent children from being charged as adults and to establish racial bias training for police officers.
  • Worked towards legislation on the Utilities Committee to help lower electric rates.

Looking at camera 2There is no substitute for being in the community and listening to your input. I have held regular Town Hall meetings in various parts of the district, such as the Julia Davis Library, Schafly Library, and Cortex on Duncan. I attend and speak at ward meetings, business openings, and participate in community forums. Regular electronic newsletter, as well as mailed reports on what’s happening in Jefferson City, help me to keep you informed on what’s happening in your State Capital. To receive the electronic updates just send me your e-mail. You can contact me anytime at 314-256-4600 or send an e-mail to steven@robertsforstl.com.

Making A Difference

Together, we will continue to move Missouri forward.

Yours in service,

Steve Roberts

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About Steve Roberts

25660309_10214329501367883_668046437603307423_nSteve Roberts was elected State Representative in 2016 to serve the people of the 77th District in the City of St. Louis. He was selected by his colleagues to serve on the Executive Board of the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus and the Ranking Member on the Committee for Workforce Development. Roberts also serves on the Judiciary Committee, Utilities, and Special Committee On Litigation Reform.

Roberts is a fourth generation St. Louis native, whose parents and grandparents overcame segregation and discrimination to establish successful careers. His mother Eva Frazer became a distinguished doctor and his father a respected attorney, St. Louis Alderman and successful businessman. It is from his parents that Roberts learned to have a strong sense of civic responsibility, social justice, and the desire to help make St. Louis an even better place to live.

On CommitteeRoberts holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Communication Studies from the University of Miami and received his law degree from the Pepperdine University of Law. While in law school, his experiences included: working in the U.S. Congress as a legislative intern, as a certified law clerk with the District Attorney’s Office in the City of Compton, California.

After graduating law school, Steve joined AP Wireless Infrastructure Partners, LLC as a member of a team of attorneys responsible for managing over 100 million dollars of company assets.

Following the events in Ferguson, Steve returned to serve his community as a prosecutor for the City of St. Louis where he participated in over a hundred cases from minor weapons offenses to homicides.

He is a member of the Missouri Bar and U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, a member of the Mound City Bar Association and serves as the founder and former President of the St. Louis chapter of the National Black Prosecutor’s Association.

In 2015, Roberts was honored for community service by the North County Community Outreach Center. He was also honored by the St. Louis Page Park Y Service Club International of the Monsanto Family YMCA and was the keynote speaker at their 7th Annual Founder’s Day Awards Program in December of 2015.


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Economic Justice:

Roberts strongly supports raising the minimum wage, promoting start-ups & innovation to create jobs, and defending the rights of workers. When Ameren received a $167 million Federal tax cut windfall, Roberts help champion legislation requiring them to reduce electric rates to consumers by 6.1%. He also passed legislation to help pharmacies save us money on prescription drugs.


Roberts is fighting to restore cuts to public schools, colleges, and universities. He was a strong advocate and co-sponsor for the adult high school and STEM technology bills.

Public Safety:

Roberts believes we need to eliminate the root causes of crime, enact common sense gun laws, & end racial profiling. He sponsored criminal justice reform bills to raise the age and prevent children from being tried as adults. Roberts also sponsored bills to end racial profiling and require implicit bias training.


Roberts is a strong defender of women’s reproductive choice, equal pay, minority inclusion in contracts, the LGBT community, expanding Medicaid, and defending funding of Planned Parenthood. He is proud to have the endorsement of NARAL and Planned Parenthood.




Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns you have. You can call me at (314) 256-4600 or use the form below and I will get back to you. Our mailing address is Roberts For St. Louis, P.O. Box 771671, St. Louis, MO 63177.



If you would like to donate my campaign, you can do so online by clicking on the Donate Now button below, or by mailing a check. Please make checks payable to Roberts for St. Louis. The maximum donation allowed under Missouri Law is $2,600. Whatever the amount, your donation is greatly appreciated. Thank you!



P.O. Box 771671
St. Louis, MO 63177