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Cole County Aug. 7 primary election results

Cole County Aug. 7 primary election results

August 8th, 2018 by News Tribune in Local News

Here are unofficial results from Aug. 7, 2018, voting in Cole County.

29 of 29 PRECINCTS REPORTING

 

JEFFERSON CITY

Proposition L

Shall the City of Jefferson impose a local use tax at the same rate as the total local sales tax rate, currently two percent (2%), provided that if the sales tax rate is reduced or raised by voter approval, the local use tax rate shall also be reduced or raised by the same action?

Cole County results

4,378 (41.63%) - Yes

6,139 (58.37%) - No

Callaway County results

1 (20%) - Yes

4 (80%) - No

Total results

4,379 (41.62%) - Yes

6,143 (58.38%) - No

 

COLE COUNTY

Prosecuting Attorney

Republican

6,972 (48.38%) - Mark Richardson

7,440 (51.62%) - Locke Thompson

Democratic

4,289 (1005) - Deirdre "DK" Hirner

Associate Circuit Judge Division 3

Republican

5,827 (64.18%) - Cotton Walker

3,252 (35.82%) - Timothy W. (Tim) Anderson

Democratic

4,445 (100%) - Gaylin Carver

Recorder of Deeds

Republican

6,408 (47.41%) - Ralph Bray

7,107 (52.59%) - Judy Ridgeway

Democratic

4,300 (100%) - Ted Stewart

Circuit Judge - Circuit 19 Division 1

Republican

12,172 (100%) - Jon E. Beetem

Presiding Commissioner

Republican

12,424 (100%) - Sam Bushman

County clerk

Republican

12,458 (100%) - Steve Korsmeyer

Green

11 (100%) - Ann Moeckli

Circuit clerk

Republican

11,831 (100%) - Dawnel Davidson

Collector

Republican

12,520 (100%) - Larry Vincent

Auditor

Republican

11,860 (100%) - Kristen M. Berhorst

 

STATEWIDE/REGIONAL

Cole County results for statewide and regional races and issues, to be combined with results from other voting jurisdictions as appropriate.

For complete results from statewide and Mid-Missouri regional races and issues, including Missouri Senate District 6, Missouri House District 59 and Missouri House District 60, click here.

Missouri Senate District 6

Republican

XX - Mike Bernskoetter

Democratic

896 (19.47%) - Bryan Struebig

2,626 (57.05%) - Nicole Thompson

1,081 (23.48%) - Mollie Kristen Freebairn

Missouri House of Representatives District 59

Republican

1,834 (26.55%) - Karen Leydens

3,544 - (51.31%) - Rudy L. Veit

195 (2.82%) - Kendra Lane

181 (2.62%) - Randy Dinwiddie

1,153 (16.69%) - Rik Combs

Missouri House of Representatives District 60

Republican

1,649 (25.83%) - Jane Beetem

1,483 (23.23%) - Pat Rowe Kerr

3,251 (50.93%) - Dave Griffith

Democratic

991 (37.02%) - Kevin Nelson

1,686 (62.98%) - Sara Michael

Proposition A (Right to Work)

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 pro-rata (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?

9,267 (44.90%) - Yes

11,373 (55.10%) - No