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Sroll down for results from April 6, 2021, elections in Mid-Missouri, including links to area election wrap-up stories.



Unofficial Final: 29 of 29 precincts reporting


Cole County sees 13 percent turnout at polls

Cole County voters approve renewing half-cent sales tax

Proposition A - Capital Improvement Sales Tax

Yes: 5,325

No: 1,422

Blair Oaks R-2 School District

Challenger, incumbent win seats on Blair Oaks board

Board of Education (vote for 2)

Tim Luebbering: 380

Dale Verslues: 333

Logan Gratz: 396

Write-In: 2

Cole County R-1 (Russellville) School District*

Seaver, Bungart win Russellville school board seats

Board of Education (vote for 2)

Jenifer Seaver: 321

Lannie Sullivan: 175

Renee Bungart: 258

Write-In: 7

*does not include Moniteau County results.

Cole County R-5 (Eugene) School District*

Carrender, Strobel win Eugene school board seats

Board of Education (vote for 2)

Jennifer Bradley: 103

Ryan Carrender: 152

Sarah Strobel: 113

*does not include Miller County results.

Jefferson City School District*

Incumbents win seats on Jefferson City school board

Board of Education (vote for 2)

Ken Enloe: 3,550

Lindsey Rowden: 3,514

Ian Shadrick: 1,824

Write-In: 86

*does not include Callaway County results.

Osage Fire Protection District

Board of Directors (vote for 2)

Patricia Prenger: 226

David Kampeter: 353

Dale Braun: 421

Write-In: 3

Regional West Fire Protection District

Board of Directors

Greg Longan: 214

Barry Lindenbusch: 440

Write-In: 4

Russellville-Lohman Fire Protection District

Voters overwhelmingly approve Russellville-Lohman Fire Protection tax levy increase

Board of Directors (6-year term)

Melvin Stubinger: 359

Write-In: 3

Board of Directors (2-year term)

Richard Green: 346

Write-In: 3

Proposition 1 - 27-cent tax levy hike

Yes: 296

No: 104

Jefferson City

2 incumbents, 2 newcomers elected to Jefferson City Council

Evans elected as Jefferson City municipal judge

Municipal Judge

Scott Evans: 2,389

Angela Silvey: 1,652

Write-In: 13

City Prosecutor

Gaylin Carver: 3,252

Write-in: 57

City Council Ward One

David Kemna: 498

Write-In: 7

City Council Ward Two

Laura Ward: 330

Edith Vogel: 229

Write-In: 4

City Council Ward Three

Mary Schantz: 508

Scott Spencer: 688

Write-In: 3

City Council Ward Four

Derrick Spicer: 580

Leonard J. Steinman II: 70

Ryan Estes: 308

Write-In: 3

City Council Ward Five

Mark Schreiber: 476

Alicia Edwards: 389

Write-In: 3


Alderman East Ward

Sharon Williams: 36

Alderman West Ward

Ken Bishop: 27

St. Martins


Daryl Raithel: 91

Write-In: 5

Alderman North Ward

(All write-ins)

Scott Amos: 16

Eugene Strobel: 3

Rick Brondel: 3

Douglas Ruediger: 1

Joshua Bond: 2

Darrell Walker: 1

Cody Hillis: 1

Robert Epperson: 1

Buster Schrage: 2

Johnny Bell: 2

Alderman South Ward

Laura Boeckmann: 20

Write-In: 1


Trustee for 2-year term (vote for 3)

Adam Brown: 19

Heather Hunger: 17

Debra Baker: 17

Write-In: 1

Trustee for 1-year unexpired term

Travis LePage (write-in): 2


Trustee (vote for 2)

William Gratz: 123

Richard Taube: 104

Write-In: 3





Two challengers win Southern Boone school board seats

Volkart, Slinker win Ashland seats

Countywide results:



Two candidates win South Callaway seats with same vote totals

Former board member, newcomer win New Bloomfield school board seats

Countywide results:



Countywide results (PDF) from the county clerk



Miller County overwhelmingly votes for law enforcement support

Countywide results (PDF) from the county clerk



Prairie Home, High Point voters select new school board members

California elects first new mayor in 20 years

Countywide results (PDF) from the county clerk



Countywide results:



Baker, Swain win school boards seats in Osage County

Countywide results:

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