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Here are unofficial results from Aug. 7, 2018, voting on statewide and Mid-Missouri regional races and issues.

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?

452,075 (32.539%) - Yes

937,241 (67.461%) - No

U.S. Senator

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Republican

64.718 (9.753%) - Tony Monetti

54,810 (8.260%) - Austin Petersen

389,006 (58.625%) - Josh Hawley

8,763 (1.321%) - Fred Ryman

34,948 (5.267%) - Christina Smith

49,554 (7.468%) - Kristi Nichols

4,885 (0.736%) - Bradley Krembs

19,537 (2.089%) - Ken Patterson

6,913 (1.042%) - Brian G. Hagg

13,862 (2.089%) - Courtland Sykes

16,557 (2.495%) - Peter Pfeifer

Democratic

40,971 (6.766%) - Carla (Coffee) Wright

15,453 (2.552%) - Angelica Earl

7,634 (1.261%) - Leonard Joseph Steinman II

15,928 (2.631%) - John Hogan

9,453 (1.561%) - Travis Gonzalez

15,902 (2.626%) - David Faust

500,162 (82.603%) - Claire McCaskill

Libertarian

5,357 (100%) - Japheth Campbell

Green

902 (57.526%) - Jo Crain

666 (42.474%) - Jerome Bauer

State Auditor

Republican

143,745 (24.294%) - Kevin M. Roach

158,071 (26.715%) - David Wasinger

97,055 (16.403%) - Paul Curtman

192,814 (32.587%) - Saundra McDowell

Democratic

515,398 (100%) - Nicole Galloway

Libertarian

5,421 (100%) - Sean O'Toole

Green

1,485 (100%) - Don Fitz

Constitution

1,088 (100%) - Jacob Luetkemeyer

U.S. Representative District 3

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Republican

24,000 (20.103%) - Chadwick BIcknell

95,385 (79.897%) - Blaine Luetkemeyer

Democratic

55,815 (100%) - Katy Geppert

Libertarian

745 (100%) - Donald V. Stolle

State Senator District 6

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Republican

27,682 (100%) - Mike Bernskoetter

Democratic

1,938 (21.955%) - Bryan Struebig

4,775 (54.095%) - Nicole Thompson

2,114 (23.949%) - Mollie Kristen Freebairn

Libertarian

104 (100%) - Steven Wilson

State Representative District 49

Republican

4,621 (100%) - Travis Fitzwater

Democratic

2,206 (100%) - Lisa Buhr

State Representative District 50

Republican

5,217 (100%) - Sara Walsh

Democratic

3,636 (100%) - Michela Skelton

State Representative District 59

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Republican

1,899 (26.135%) - Karen Leydens

3,670 (50.509%) - Rudy L. Veit

221 (3.042%) - Kendra Lane

251 (3.454%) - Randy Dinwiddie

1,225 (16.859%) - Rik Combs

Democratic

1,656 (100%) - Linda Ellen Greeson

State Representative District 60

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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

State Representative District 62

Republican

6,309 (100%) - Tom Hurst

Democratic

1,695 (100%) - Ashley D. Fajkowski

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