County’s Elec­tion Results Col­lected

McDonald County Press - - FRONT PAGE - Megan Davis

Of the 12,932 reg­is­tered vot­ers in McDon­ald County, 3,224 (al­most 25 per­cent) showed up at their polling lo­ca­tion to cast their votes in the 2018 Pri­mary Elec­tion. That num­ber in­di­cates more than twice the par­tic­i­pa­tion of this year’s Gen­eral Elec­tion.

These results are un­of­fi­cial un­til of­fi­cial cer­ti­fi­ca­tion on Fri­day, Aug. 10. If any changes in elec­tion results oc­cur, they will be pub­lished in an up­com­ing is­sue.

NON-PAR­TI­SAN

Gre­gory As­so­ciate Stremel: Cir­cuit Cir­cuit 2,086 Judge Judge

John R. LePage: 2,393 Pre­sid­ing County Com­mis­sioner Com­mis­sion of the

Bill Lant: Clerk 2,374 of the Cir­cuit Court

for McDon­ald County

Tanya Lewis: 1,971 Christo­pher Drake: 596

Clerk of the County Com­mis­sion

Kim­berly Bell: 2,356

Recorder of Deeds for McDon­ald County

Kenny Un­der­wood: 2,454 Pros­e­cut­ing At­tor­ney for McDon­ald County

Wil­liam “Bill” Dobbs: 2,325 Col­lec­tor of Rev­enue for McDon­ald County

Jen­nifer We­ber: 2,389

Trea­surer for McDon­ald County

Sheila Gideon Fore­man: 1,225 Anna Wat­son: 740

Kayla Wood-Lang­ford: 685 Statu­tory Mea­sure Prop A

for Mis­souri “Do the peo­ple of the state of Mis­souri want to adopt Se­nate Bill 19 (“Right-to-Work”) as passed by the gen­eral assem­bly in 2017, which pro­hibits as a con­di­tion of em­ploy­ment the forced mem­ber­ship in a la­bor or­ga­ni­za­tion (union) or forced pay­ments of dues in full or pro­rata (fair-share); make any ac­tiv­ity which vi­o­lates em­ploy­ees’ rights il­le­gal and in­ef­fec­tive; al­low le­gal reme­dies for any­one in­jured as a re­sult of an­other per­son vi­o­lat­ing or threat­en­ing to vi­o­late em­ploy­ees’ rights; and which shall not ap­ply to union agree­ments en­tered into be­fore the ef­fec­tive date of Se­nate Bill 19?

State and local gov­ern­ment en­ti­ties ex­pect no costs or sav­ings.”

Yes: 1,923/ No: 1,233

REPUB­LI­CAN

Sen­a­tor

Josh Haw­ley: 1,386 Tony Monetti: 177 Austin Petersen: 213 Fred Ry­man: 59 Christina Smith: 161 Kristi Ni­chols: 243 Bradley Krembs: 35 Ken Pat­ter­son: 132 Brian G. Hagg: 23 Court­land Sykes: 63 Peter Pfeifer: 71

State Au­di­tor

Saun­dra McDow­ell: 824 Kevin M. Roach: 751 David Wasinger: 430 Paul Curt­man: 331

U.S. Rep­re­sen­ta­tive in Congress

for 7th District

Billy Long: 1,913 Lance Nor­ris: 185 Ben­jamin Holcomb: 160 Jim Evans: 428

State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive

for 159th District

Dirk E. Deaton: 2,005 Mark Bart­ley: 775

DEMO­CRATIC

Sen­a­tor

Claire McCaskill: 365 Carla (C0f­fee) Wright: 29 An­gel­ica Earl: 15 Leonard Joseph Stein­man II: 7 John Ho­gan: 9

Travis Gon­za­lez: 15 David Faust: 17

State Au­di­tor

Ni­cole Gal­loway318 U.S. Rep­re­sen­ta­tive in Congress

for 7th District

Ken­neth Hat­field: 125 Vince Jen­nings: 54

John Farmer de la Torre: 89 Jamie Daniel School­craft: 76 State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive for the 159th District

Jerry Sparks: 320

LIB­ER­TAR­IAN

Sen­a­tor

Japheth Camp­bell: 7

State Au­di­tor

Sean O’Toole: 7 U.S. Rep­re­sen­ta­tive in Congress

for 7th District

Ben­jamin T. Brixey: 7

Don Fitz: 0

GREEN

Sen­a­tor

Jo Crain: 0 Jerome Bauer: 0

State Au­di­tor

CON­STI­TU­TIONAL

State Au­di­tor

Ja­cob Luetke­meyer: 0

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