Friday, November 28, 2008

Missouri Cyberbulling Case Results in Conviction

The mother of the Missouri girl who committed suicide after a Myspace prank tells Wired a misdemeanor conviction is a start.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Branson Mayor Uses Private E-mail Address to Evade Sunshine Law

It rook over a year for Missouri Governor Matt Blunt's e-mails to come out into the public eye for scrutiny. But, in this digital age it's easy for government bodies to evade open government requirements by funneling communication to a private e-mail address.
Branson's mayor Raeanne Presley
is doing just that and until the Sunshine law is more stringently enforced, politicians who want to hide government dealings have the capacity and ability to do so.

Venezuela Welcomes Soviets

The Soviets are back in America (South America).

Video and AP Article

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Matt Blunt Pardons Both Turkeys

Usually in politics only one Turkey wins but this time both Turkulese and Stewie received the governor's pardon.

4.5 Citizens cast ballots for Missouri Governor Matt Blunt's online "Choose a turkey to pardon" ballot initiative....

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Governor Blunt Let's Citizens Vote Online for Turkey Pardon

Governor Matt Blunt is granting the citizens of Missouri an opportunity usually reserved for the executive branch. A pardon will be issued on Thanksgiving Day and netizens can vote online to choose who will live to see another year. Choose online whether you think Turkulese or Stewie deserves a pardon:

Press Release from Missouri Governor's Offfice

Gov. Blunt: There is Still Time to Vote in Turkey Name Contest

Over 4 Million Votes Cast So Far

JEFFERSON CITY – While time is quickly fading on the contest to name this year’s lucky turkey, Gov. Matt Blunt reminds Missourians they still have a few more days to join in the fun. Already more than 4 million votes have been cast to select the name for the turkey the governor will pardon next week.

“This year’s contest to name the turkey who will receive a gubernatorial pardon has been very popular especially in Missouri classrooms,” Gov. Blunt said. “Missourians still have time to make their voices heard on this year’s lucky turkey.”

This year’s contest is shaping up to be a close race between Turkulese and Stewie.

The Missouri Department of Agriculture is collecting votes to name the turkey scheduled to be pardoned the week of Thanksgiving. To vote for this year’s Missouri Thanksgiving Turkey, log onto www.mda.mo.gov.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Governor Matt Blunt's Office - Official Response to E-mail's Released to Public

TRUTH CHECK: Media Outlets Mislead Missourians with E-mail Stories

JEFFERSON CITY - Gov. Matt Blunt’s office today issued the following truth check providing specific examples of how media outlets deliberately misled Missourians about a former employee who was dismissed for poor performance, insubordination, tardiness and using state resources for private work.

“The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Kansas City Star and The Associated Press all published misleading stories about e-mail and a former employee of the governor’s office who has been dishonest with the public and the press about why he was fired,” said Gov. Blunt’s spokeswoman Jessica Robinson. “This office has only sought to provide the truth. The media has endlessly attempted to support a lie they were told by a former employee of this office. Once again this office is pleased to provide fact-based information to the public and the press.”

TRUTH CHECK

1) FALSE: “Newly released e-mail records reveal a former Gov. Matt Blunt legal counsel was fired shortly after cautioning his colleagues that their defense of e-mail deletions ran contrary to state law.” (David Lieb, The Associated Press, November 16, 2008)

“Scott Eckersley’s rise and fall – and proof of his longstanding claim that he had warned the administration over e-mail secrecy – are documented in a cache of 60,166 pages of e-mails…” (Steve Kraske and Jason Noble, The Kansas City Star, November 16, 2008)

TRUE: These e-mail records do not reveal the former employee cautioned his colleagues that their “defense of e-mail deletions ran contrary to state law.” The e-mails do not show he “warned the administration over e-mail secrecy.”

We invite Missourians to read the summarized communications strategy memo, http://governor.mo.gov/9-14-07%20222pm.pdf, the three media outlets are arguing about. They will find that it is sent casually as an FYI with instructions to “use if you want to.” It is clearly intended to assist with communications strategy. It does not caution the office that it is violating the law. It summarizes information already provided by the General Counsel. It criticizes Jo Mannies with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. And it offers advice on how to attack Attorney General Jay Nixon.



2) FALSE: “Blunt officials have claimed Eckersley never raised concerns about their e-mail practices…” (David Lieb, The Associated Press, November 16, 2008)

“The administration contended that a fired staff lawyer never offered advice about the governor’s policy requiring public records, including e-mails, to be retained.” (Tony Messenger, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 16, 2008)

TRUE: Rich Aubuchon stated last year “Mr. Eckersley never once voiced a concern, never once wrote an e-mail, never once talked to other employees in the office evidencing any concern that the governor’s office was not complying with the Sunshine Law or any record-retention policies.”

The requested and provided e-mails show that the former employee did not raise concerns that the governor’s office was not complying with the Sunshine Law or record retention policies.

Moreover, the former employee was not dismissed for any issue involving the Sunshine Law or record retention law.



3) FALSE: “Blunt officials failed to provide e-mails sought last year under public-records requests, in some cases denying the e-mails existed.” (David Lieb, The Associated Press, November 16, 2008)

TRUE: Many of the e-mails requested were not in the possession of the office. We had never been asked to go to the backup tapes which are a disaster recovery system that was never designed for searching or retrieval.

When asked for information from the backup tapes, we had concerns about the high costs to taxpayers, but ultimately decided to waive those fees and provided over 60,000 pages of e-mail documents at no charge to the media outlets.



4) FALSE: “The e-mails also reveal that Blunt’s former chief of staff Ed Martin orchestrated political opposition with outside groups to judicial nominees and to the state’s system for selecting judges.” (Steve Kraske and Jason Noble, The Kansas City Star, November 16, 2008)

“And the governor’s then-chief of staff denied the existence of e-mails showing he had engaged in political activities on state time.” (Tony Messenger, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 16, 2008)

“’It sure looks like an e-mail from me,’ Martin wrote that day, before justifying his use of government resources for what amounted to a political campaign.” (Tony Messenger, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 16, 2008)

“As chief of staff to Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt, Ed Martin turned the office into a political operation, using his position to galvanize special-interest groups on issues such as abortion and the judiciary, hundreds of e-mails released this week show.” (Virginia Young, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 16, 2008)

TRUE: There is absolutely nothing wrong with communicating with coalition groups on issues of public policy. We communicate with coalition groups of all kinds including those who do not agree with the governor’s policies so why would we not communicate with those who agree with them?

It would be inappropriate to use state computers to raise money for political candidates, organize political events for a political candidate or seek a job with a political candidate as the former employee had done using taxpayer-funded resources. The assertion that communicating with coalition groups is the same thing as running a political operation or a political campaign out of the governor’s office is outrageous and absolutely false. We hope but do not expect that there will be the same level of outrage by the media the next time a Democrat is caught communicating with liberal groups like the Sierra Club as the record shows Attorney General Jay Nixon’s office did to encourage support for his losing position on the Boonville Bridge issue.



5) FALSE: “Last year, Martin defended his political advocacy in the governor’s office where he used a state computer on taxpayer time as ‘appropriate.’” (Virginia Young, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 16, 2008)

TRUE: This office did not defend political advocacy in the governor’s office. We have stated that there is nothing wrong with communicating with coalition groups.



6) FALSE: “Whistleblowers in the Office of Administration had told Nixon’s office that Blunt staffers tried to order that backup tapes be scheduled for destruction.” (Tony Messenger, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 16, 2008)

TRUE: This assertion has been proven untrue in depositions in this case. Blunt staffers did not order that backup tapes be scheduled for destruction and no backup tape was ever destroyed.



7) FALSE: “Eckersley appears to have been the first administration official to stipulate internally that e-mails must be saved.” (Steve Kraske and Jason Noble, The Kansas City Star, November 16, 2008)

TRUE: By his own admission the former employee copied a communications strategy memo that had already been distributed to staff by the General Counsel and sent a “boiled down” version. Missourians can read this document here, http://governor.mo.gov/9-15-07%20528pm.pdf.

The former employee was also dishonest with the chief of staff about to whom he sent this summarized memo. He did not, as he asserted, only send the summary to Ed Martin and Henry Herschel, he had sent it to others including a person outside of this office in violation of his confidentiality obligation. Missourians can see his dishonest statements here, http://governor.mo.gov/9-14-07%201257%20pm.pdf.



8) FALSE: “The e-mail records portray Eckersley as a loyal but sometimes tardy Republican foot soldier.” (Tony Messenger, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 16, 2008)

TRUE: The e-mail records requested and produced show that the former employee was not only tardy, he was reprimanded for his tardiness, admitted the reprimand was merited and told a colleague that he did not “really care too much.” Then the former employee admitted he believed his job was in jeopardy over his tardiness. Missourians can read this document here, http://governor.mo.gov/9-18-07%201105am.pdf.

The e-mail records also show that well over half of the former employee’s e-mails were for work for a private business or personal. No other employee’s e-mails in the documents requested and provided show such misuse of a state e-mail account. Misuse of state resources and state e-mail for a private business was one of the reasons the former employee was dismissed.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Missouri General Election Results Nov. 2008

Office Candidate Name Votes % Of Votes
U.S. President And Vice President Precincts Reporting 3131 of 3533
John McCain, Sarah Palin REP 1,273,016 49.9%
Barack Obama, Joe Biden DEM 1,244,889 48.8%
Bob Barr, Wayne A. Root LIB 10,026 .4%
Chuck Baldwin, Darrell Castle CST 7,144 .3%
Ralph Nader, Matt Gonzalez IND 15,610 .6%
Cynthia McKinney, Rosa Clemente WI 1,682 .1%
Total Votes 2,552,367
Governor Precincts Reporting 3110 of 3509
Hulshof, Kenny REP 1,001,627 39.9%
Nixon, Jeremiah W. (Jay) DEM 1,456,798 58.0%
Finkenstadt, Andrew W. LIB 27,603 1.1%
Thompson, Gregory E. CST 25,096 1.0%
Brown, Sr., Theodis (Ted) WI 71 .0%
Serati, Mark WI2 42 .0%
Total Votes 2,511,237
Lieutenant Governor Precincts Reporting 3110 of 3509
Kinder, Peter REP 1,240,286 50.5%
Page, Sam DEM 1,147,145 46.7%
Fleck, Teddy LIB 43,132 1.8%
Rensing, James C. CST 25,333 1.0%
Total Votes 2,455,896
Secretary Of State Precincts Reporting 3110 of 3509
Hubbard, Mitchell (Mitch) REP 885,723 35.9%
Carnahan, Robin DEM 1,519,477 61.5%
Upchurch, Wes LIB 34,196 1.4%
Neely, Denise C. CST 30,600 1.2%
Total Votes 2,469,996
State Treasurer Precincts Reporting 3110 of 3509
Lager, Brad REP 1,146,954 47.6%
Zweifel, Clint DEM 1,206,712 50.1%
Farthing, Rodney D. CST 57,248 2.4%
Total Votes 2,410,914
Attorney General Precincts Reporting 3110 of 3509
Gibbons, Mike REP 1,154,779 47.5%
Koster, Chris DEM 1,274,462 52.5%
Total Votes 2,429,241
U.S. Representative - District 1 Precincts Reporting 325 of 373
Clay, Wm. Lacy DEM 206,277 85.7%
Cunningham, Robb E. LIB 33,670 14.0%
Johnson, Damien WI 664 .3%
Total Votes 240,611
U.S. Representative - District 2 Precincts Reporting 368 of 380
Akin, Todd REP 222,113 62.3%
Haas, William C. (Bill) DEM 126,230 35.4%
Knapp, Thomas L. LIB 8,209 2.3%
Total Votes 356,552
U.S. Representative - District 3 Precincts Reporting 300 of 325
Sander, Chris REP 85,714 31.0%
Carnahan, Russ DEM 182,212 65.8%
Babcock, Kevin C. LIB 4,872 1.8%
Redburn, Cynthia (Cindy) CST 3,941 1.4%
Total Votes 276,739
U.S. Representative - District 4 Precincts Reporting 394 of 419
Parnell, Jeff REP 95,423 33.9%
Skelton, Ike DEM 186,028 66.1%
Total Votes 281,451
U.S. Representative - District 5 Precincts Reporting 279 of 351
Turk, Jacob REP 82,771 33.2%
Cleaver, Emanuel II DEM 166,774 66.8%
Total Votes 249,545
U.S. Representative - District 6 Precincts Reporting 354 of 450
Graves, Sam REP 128,646 61.2%
Barnes, Kay DEM 74,198 35.3%
Browning, Dave LIB 7,422 3.5%
Total Votes 210,266
U.S. Representative - District 7 Precincts Reporting 272 of 288
Blunt, Roy REP 203,759 67.7%
Monroe, Richard DEM 85,290 28.3%
Craig, Kevin LIB 6,477 2.2%
Maddox, Travis CST 5,505 1.8%
Potts, Midge WI 1 .0%
Total Votes 301,032
U.S. Representative - District 8 Precincts Reporting 420 of 476
Emerson, Jo Ann REP 183,332 71.3%
Allen, Joe DEM 67,692 26.3%
McCullough, Branden C. LIB 4,132 1.6%
Smith, Richard L. CST 2,059 .8%
Total Votes 257,215
U.S. Representative - District 9 Precincts Reporting 419 of 468
Luetkemeyer, Blaine REP 143,869 50.0%
Baker, Judy DEM 136,675 47.5%
Millay, Tamara A. LIB 7,166 2.5%
Total Votes 287,710
State Senator - District 1 Precincts Reporting 96 of 99
Lembke, Jim REP 42,479 50.4%
Barry, Joan DEM 41,773 49.6%
Total Votes 84,252
State Senator - District 3 Precincts Reporting 114 of 115
Engler, Kevin REP 43,159 59.1%
Riche, Dennis DEM 29,910 40.9%
Total Votes 73,069
State Senator - District 5 Precincts Reporting 74 of 96
Wright-Jones, Robin DEM 41,645 92.2%
Christophel, Robert LIB 3,500 7.8%
Total Votes 45,145
State Senator - District 7 Precincts Reporting 111 of 113
Cunningham, Jane REP 53,573 61.3%
Leeseberg, Kevin DEM 33,759 38.7%
Total Votes 87,332
State Senator - District 9 Precincts Reporting 73 of 73
Wilson, Yvonne S. DEM 59,350 100.0%
Total Votes 59,350
State Senator - District 11 Precincts Reporting 81 of 114
Callahan, Victor DEM 45,831 100.0%
Total Votes 45,831
State Senator - District 13 Precincts Reporting 82 of 88
Green, Timothy P. DEM 65,028 91.5%
Harris, Eric S. LIB 5,906 8.3%
Dienoff, Arnie C. WI 122 .2%
Total Votes 71,056
State Senator - District 15 Precincts Reporting 101 of 114
Schmitt, Eric REP 44,978 54.7%
Trout, James DEM 37,190 45.3%
Total Votes 82,168
State Senator - District 17 Precincts Reporting 0 of 71
Ridgeway, Luann REP 0 .0%
Aust, Sandra DEM 0 .0%
Total Votes 0
State Senator - District 19 Precincts Reporting 89 of 115
Schaefer, Kurt REP 33,262 47.9%
Graham, Chuck DEM 32,978 47.5%
Dwyer, Christopher W. LIB 3,228 4.6%
Total Votes 69,468
State Senator - District 21 Precincts Reporting 107 of 120
Stouffer, Bill REP 39,506 64.8%
Sadeghi, Joe DEM 21,481 35.2%
Total Votes 60,987
State Senator - District 23 Precincts Reporting 63 of 63
Dempsey, Tom REP 49,147 60.1%
Willis, Larry DEM 32,672 39.9%
Total Votes 81,819
State Senator - District 25 Precincts Reporting 115 of 146
Mayer, Robert (Rob) REP 34,536 68.0%
Stoelting, M. Shane DEM 16,243 32.0%
Total Votes 50,779
State Senator - District 27 Precincts Reporting 107 of 107
Crowell, Jason Glennon REP 49,058 64.2%
Sanders, Linda DEM 27,308 35.8%
Total Votes 76,366
State Senator - District 29 Precincts Reporting 115 of 115
Goodman, Jack REP 67,573 100.0%
Total Votes 67,573
State Senator - District 31 Precincts Reporting 92 of 92
Pearce, David REP 49,049 57.2%
Benjamin, Chris DEM 36,649 42.8%
Total Votes 85,698
State Senator - District 33 Precincts Reporting 108 of 108
Purgason, Chuck REP 53,516 67.3%
Reeve, Eric DEM 25,994 32.7%
Total Votes 79,510
State Representative - District 1 Precincts Reporting 48 of 48
Munzlinger, Brian REP 9,436 61.0%
Cottrell, Keri DEM 6,043 39.0%
Total Votes 15,479
State Representative - District 2 Precincts Reporting 28 of 28
Van Vleck, Thom REP 7,169 45.4%
McClanahan, Rebecca DEM 8,626 54.6%
Total Votes 15,795
State Representative - District 3 Precincts Reporting 60 of 60
Guernsey, Casey REP 9,925 62.2%
Hepler, Mike DEM 6,025 37.8%
Total Votes 15,950
State Representative - District 4 Precincts Reporting 36 of 36
Thomson, Mike REP 11,265 69.4%
Oswald, Rick DEM 4,974 30.6%
Total Votes 16,239
State Representative - District 5 Precincts Reporting 29 of 29
Guest, Jim REP 9,602 57.0%
Waltemath, Mike DEM 7,253 43.0%
Total Votes 16,855
State Representative - District 6 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Bringer, Rachel DEM 14,612 100.0%
Total Votes 14,612
State Representative - District 7 Precincts Reporting 40 of 40
Lair, Mike REP 7,935 51.4%
Wyse, Harry DEM 7,507 48.6%
Total Votes 15,442
State Representative - District 8 Precincts Reporting 38 of 38
Austin, Mike REP 7,326 45.9%
Shively, Tom DEM 8,652 54.1%
Total Votes 15,978
State Representative - District 9 Precincts Reporting 36 of 41
Quinn, Paul DEM 13,278 100.0%
Total Votes 13,278
State Representative - District 10 Precincts Reporting 33 of 33
Linnenbringer, Gary REP 6,156 42.5%
Witte, Terry L. DEM 8,322 57.5%
Total Votes 14,478
State Representative - District 11 Precincts Reporting 22 of 22
Colbert, Dan REP 8,873 42.4%
Schieffer, Ed DEM 11,649 55.7%
Leefe, David A. CST 388 1.9%
Total Votes 20,910
State Representative - District 12 Precincts Reporting 19 of 19
Funderburk, Doug REP 12,346 59.9%
Lesh, Richard DEM 8,262 40.1%
Total Votes 20,608
State Representative - District 13 Precincts Reporting 25 of 25
Gatschenberger, Chuck REP 19,167 58.3%
Hurst, David E. DEM 13,700 41.7%
Total Votes 32,867
State Representative - District 14 Precincts Reporting 14 of 14
Smith, Joe REP 11,950 62.4%
Broste, Douglas R. DEM 7,214 37.6%
Total Votes 19,164
State Representative - District 15 Precincts Reporting 15 of 15
Faith, Sally A. REP 11,229 58.9%
Niemeyer, Michael DEM 7,847 41.1%
Total Votes 19,076
State Representative - District 16 Precincts Reporting 14 of 14
Parkinson, Mark A. REP 8,855 52.5%
Manning, Kristy DEM 8,010 47.5%
Total Votes 16,865
State Representative - District 17 Precincts Reporting 18 of 18
Schneider, Vicki REP 10,870 49.8%
Biermann, Kenny DEM 10,945 50.2%
Total Votes 21,815
State Representative - District 18 Precincts Reporting 13 of 13
Zerr, Anne REP 9,165 59.4%
Swope, Tim DEM 5,747 37.2%
Alsup, John R. LIB 517 3.4%
Total Votes 15,429
State Representative - District 19 Precincts Reporting 20 of 20
Davis, Cynthia L. REP 13,401 57.4%
Cook, Debbie DEM 9,140 39.1%
Malan, David J. IND 818 3.5%
Total Votes 23,359
State Representative - District 20 Precincts Reporting 22 of 22
Riddle, Jeanie REP 10,228 63.0%
Moen, David DEM 6,006 37.0%
Total Votes 16,234
State Representative - District 21 Precincts Reporting 23 of 31
Hobbs, Steve REP 8,315 59.6%
Schultz, Kelly DEM 5,637 40.4%
Total Votes 13,952
State Representative - District 22 Precincts Reporting 31 of 31
Sander, Therese A. REP 7,949 51.9%
Brown, Gail DEM 7,354 48.1%
Total Votes 15,303
State Representative - District 23 Precincts Reporting 26 of 36
Webber, Stephen DEM 10,906 100.0%
Total Votes 10,906
State Representative - District 24 Precincts Reporting 31 of 37
Robb, Ed REP 10,092 48.5%
Kelly, Chris DEM 10,722 51.5%
Total Votes 20,814
State Representative - District 25 Precincts Reporting 20 of 27
Asbridge, Ryan REP 4,254 32.4%
Still, Mary Wynne DEM 8,886 67.6%
Total Votes 13,140
State Representative - District 26 Precincts Reporting 30 of 30
Aull, Joe DEM 13,200 100.0%
Total Votes 13,200
State Representative - District 27 Precincts Reporting 13 of 13
Wildberger, Ed DEM 11,926 100.0%
Total Votes 11,926
State Representative - District 28 Precincts Reporting 26 of 26
Schaaf, Rob REP 10,245 55.5%
Sheehan, Mark DEM 8,202 44.5%
Total Votes 18,447
State Representative - District 29 Precincts Reporting 22 of 22
Rucker, Martin T. DEM 14,235 100.0%
Total Votes 14,235
State Representative - District 30 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Brown, Jason REP 13,477 62.8%
Baier, Mary Anne DEM 7,981 37.2%
Total Votes 21,458
State Representative - District 31 Precincts Reporting 0 of 17
Skaggs, Trent DEM 0 .0%
Total Votes 0
State Representative - District 32 Precincts Reporting 17 of 17
Grill, Jason DEM 18,029 100.0%
Total Votes 18,029
State Representative - District 33 Precincts Reporting 0 of 15
Nolte, Jerry REP 0 .0%
Stone, Terry DEM 0 .0%
Total Votes 0
State Representative - District 34 Precincts Reporting 0 of 15
Flook, Tim REP 0 .0%
Niffen, Tom DEM 0 .0%
Total Votes 0
State Representative - District 35 Precincts Reporting 0 of 19
Ervin, Doug REP 0 .0%
Baldwin, Jim DEM 0 .0%
Total Votes 0
State Representative - District 36 Precincts Reporting 12 of 22
Nance, Bob REP 4,580 59.1%
Lanning, Barbara DEM 3,170 40.9%
Total Votes 7,750
State Representative - District 37 Precincts Reporting 14 of 14
Talboy, Mike DEM 13,872 100.0%
Total Votes 13,872
State Representative - District 38 Precincts Reporting 0 of 3
Silvey, Ryan REP 0 .0%
Reed, Josh DEM 0 .0%
Total Votes 0
State Representative - District 39 Precincts Reporting 15 of 15
Low, Beth DEM 39 .3%
Weber, Lance LIB 13,820 99.7%
Total Votes 13,859
State Representative - District 40 Precincts Reporting 13 of 13
Burnett, John Patrick DEM 6,641 100.0%
Total Votes 6,641
State Representative - District 41 Precincts Reporting 13 of 13
Curls, Shalonn (Kiki) DEM 10,489 100.0%
Total Votes 10,489
State Representative - District 42 Precincts Reporting 19 of 19
Hughes, Leonard (Jonas) IV DEM 13,730 100.0%
Total Votes 13,730
State Representative - District 43 Precincts Reporting 10 of 13
LeBlanc, Roman Lee DEM 12,207 100.0%
Total Votes 12,207
State Representative - District 44 Precincts Reporting 16 of 16
Kander, Jason DEM 16,054 100.0%
Total Votes 16,054
State Representative - District 45 Precincts Reporting 15 of 18
Main, Jonathon P. REP 4,600 31.4%
Holsman, Jason R. DEM 10,056 68.6%
Total Votes 14,656
State Representative - District 46 Precincts Reporting 12 of 21
Meiners, Kate DEM 8,918 100.0%
Total Votes 8,918
State Representative - District 47 Precincts Reporting 10 of 23
Grisamore, Jeff REP 5,890 59.6%
Norbury, Jason A. DEM 3,994 40.4%
Total Votes 9,884
State Representative - District 48 Precincts Reporting 20 of 29
Kraus, Will REP 7,368 56.6%
Volpe, Joe DEM 5,645 43.4%
Total Votes 13,013
State Representative - District 49 Precincts Reporting 18 of 23
McDonald, Tom DEM 9,644 100.0%
Total Votes 9,644
State Representative - District 50 Precincts Reporting 15 of 15
Brown, Michael Ricardo DEM 13,413 100.0%
Total Votes 13,413
State Representative - District 51 Precincts Reporting 15 of 20
Salva, Ray DEM 6,985 100.0%
Total Votes 6,985
State Representative - District 52 Precincts Reporting 25 of 28
Hisch, Gary E. REP 6,493 36.2%
LeVota, Paul DEM 11,429 63.8%
Total Votes 17,922
State Representative - District 53 Precincts Reporting 22 of 27
Lasater, Brent REP 4,447 37.7%
Dougherty, Curt DEM 7,358 62.3%
Total Votes 11,805
State Representative - District 54 Precincts Reporting 14 of 27
Dusenberg, Gary REP 6,612 59.8%
Matzeder, Mark D. DEM 4,121 37.3%
Foster, Bobby LIB 329 3.0%
Total Votes 11,062
State Representative - District 55 Precincts Reporting 20 of 32
Pratt, Bryan REP 7,028 60.8%
O'Donnell, Mike DEM 4,315 37.3%
Parr, Kevin LIB 221 1.9%
Total Votes 11,564
State Representative - District 56 Precincts Reporting 18 of 35
Yates, Brian REP 7,827 63.1%
Ruggles, Chris DEM 4,580 36.9%
Total Votes 12,407
State Representative - District 57 Precincts Reporting 14 of 20
El-Amin, Talibdin (TD) DEM 9,461 100.0%
Total Votes 9,461
State Representative - District 58 Precincts Reporting 19 of 20
Morris, James T. DEM 13,166 100.0%
Total Votes 13,166
State Representative - District 59 Precincts Reporting 14 of 18
Oxford, Jeanette Mott DEM 8,060 91.3%
Peters, Michael J. Jr. LIB 767 8.7%
Total Votes 8,827
State Representative - District 60 Precincts Reporting 14 of 22
Nasheed, Jamilah DEM 8,951 100.0%
Total Votes 8,951
State Representative - District 61 Precincts Reporting 20 of 21
Carter, Chris DEM 14,008 100.0%
Total Votes 14,008
State Representative - District 62 Precincts Reporting 20 of 20
Wood, Dennis F. REP 13,935 73.1%
Tsahiridis, Peter D. DEM 5,121 26.9%
Total Votes 19,056
State Representative - District 63 Precincts Reporting 13 of 23
Jones, Tishaura O. DEM 5,323 86.9%
Williams, Nels IND 804 13.1%
Total Votes 6,127
State Representative - District 64 Precincts Reporting 18 of 23
Storch, Rachel DEM 10,154 93.3%
Opheim, Mark Robert CST 725 6.7%
Total Votes 10,879
State Representative - District 65 Precincts Reporting 17 of 19
Kratky, Michele DEM 12,907 100.0%
Total Votes 12,907
State Representative - District 66 Precincts Reporting 19 of 20
Morgan, Jerry REP 4,249 32.1%
Vogt, Michael DEM 8,990 67.9%
Total Votes 13,239
State Representative - District 67 Precincts Reporting 16 of 16
Colona, Mike DEM 11,505 100.0%
Total Votes 11,505
State Representative - District 68 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Sater, David REP 12,504 100.0%
Total Votes 12,504
State Representative - District 69 Precincts Reporting 14 of 16
Walsh, Gina M. DEM 10,840 92.0%
Stone, Julie LIB 278 2.4%
Markovich, Kellen IND 660 5.6%
Total Votes 11,778
State Representative - District 70 Precincts Reporting 8 of 16
Pace, Sharon L. DEM 7,124 100.0%
Total Votes 7,124
State Representative - District 71 Precincts Reporting 16 of 25
Calloway, Don DEM 8,474 100.0%
Total Votes 8,474
State Representative - District 72 Precincts Reporting 18 of 18
Chappelle-Nadal, Maria N. DEM 15,247 100.0%
Total Votes 15,247
State Representative - District 73 Precincts Reporting 22 of 22
O'Sullivan, Daniel F. Jr. REP 5,529 30.8%
Brown, Steve DEM 12,403 69.2%
Total Votes 17,932
State Representative - District 74 Precincts Reporting 18 of 18
Webb, Steve DEM 17,176 100.0%
Total Votes 17,176
State Representative - District 75 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Atkins, Bert DEM 13,913 100.0%
Total Votes 13,913
State Representative - District 76 Precincts Reporting 20 of 20
Spreng, Michael J. DEM 11,874 85.1%
Simmons, Donald L. II CST 2,085 14.9%
Total Votes 13,959
State Representative - District 77 Precincts Reporting 22 of 23
Corcoran, Michael George DEM 10,612 100.0%
Total Votes 10,612
State Representative - District 78 Precincts Reporting 17 of 17
Carr, T. R. REP 6,246 41.4%
McNeil, Margo DEM 8,850 58.6%
Total Votes 15,096
State Representative - District 79 Precincts Reporting 27 of 27
Liese, Albert (Al) DEM 13,496 100.0%
Total Votes 13,496
State Representative - District 80 Precincts Reporting 16 of 20
Hoskins, Theodore (Ted) DEM 13,314 100.0%
Total Votes 13,314
State Representative - District 81 Precincts Reporting 17 of 17
Gray, Rochelle Walton DEM 14,984 100.0%
Total Votes 14,984
State Representative - District 82 Precincts Reporting 25 of 25
Plescia, Frank REP 7,626 40.3%
Schupp, Jill DEM 11,303 59.7%
Total Votes 18,929
State Representative - District 83 Precincts Reporting 22 of 22
Zimmerman, Jake DEM 14,063 100.0%
Total Votes 14,063
State Representative - District 84 Precincts Reporting 25 of 25
Icet, Allen REP 16,955 100.0%
Total Votes 16,955
State Representative - District 85 Precincts Reporting 27 of 27
Brown, Cloria REP 7,771 45.6%
Englund, Vicki Lorenz DEM 9,287 54.4%
Total Votes 17,058
State Representative - District 86 Precincts Reporting 20 of 20
McNary, Cole REP 11,561 57.9%
Ott, Martha (Marty) DEM 8,405 42.1%
Total Votes 19,966
State Representative - District 87 Precincts Reporting 25 of 30
Diehl, John J. Jr. REP 10,957 59.2%
Zoole, Mark DEM 7,559 40.8%
Total Votes 18,516
State Representative - District 88 Precincts Reporting 24 of 24
Koenig, Andrew REP 14,642 100.0%
Total Votes 14,642
State Representative - District 89 Precincts Reporting 22 of 22
Jones, Timothy W. REP 13,559 72.9%
Weber, George (Boots) DEM 5,037 27.1%
Total Votes 18,596
State Representative - District 90 Precincts Reporting 9 of 11
Komo, Sam DEM 12,145 100.0%
Total Votes 12,145
State Representative - District 91 Precincts Reporting 17 of 18
Jotte, Randy REP 9,448 47.8%
Kirkton, Jeanne DEM 10,320 52.2%
Total Votes 19,768
State Representative - District 92 Precincts Reporting 27 of 27
Allen, Sue REP 10,839 60.2%
Herman, Ronica (Ronnie) DEM 6,622 36.8%
Griffin, Donald R. CST 555 3.1%
Total Votes 18,016
State Representative - District 93 Precincts Reporting 25 of 25
Scharnhorst, Dwight REP 10,725 55.8%
Bognar, Phil DEM 8,479 44.2%
Total Votes 19,204
State Representative - District 94 Precincts Reporting 13 of 24
Stream, Rick REP 6,850 56.0%
Lavender, Deb DEM 5,377 44.0%
Total Votes 12,227
State Representative - District 95 Precincts Reporting 32 of 33
Leara, Mike REP 11,268 60.5%
Geary Sgroi, Alice DEM 7,361 39.5%
Total Votes 18,629
State Representative - District 96 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Levy, Ronald E. REP 4,242 29.4%
Yaeger, Patricia (Pat) DEM 10,176 70.6%
Total Votes 14,418
State Representative - District 97 Precincts Reporting 17 of 18
Bivins, Walt REP 10,032 56.9%
Polizzi, Jan DEM 7,598 43.1%
Total Votes 17,630
State Representative - District 98 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Nieves, Brian REP 10,354 60.0%
Mense, Jim DEM 6,908 40.0%
Total Votes 17,262
State Representative - District 99 Precincts Reporting 33 of 33
Sutherland, Mike REP 13,375 67.3%
Lewis, Patrick DEM 6,485 32.7%
Total Votes 19,860
State Representative - District 100 Precincts Reporting 16 of 16
Haul, Nick REP 6,330 33.4%
Schoemehl, Sue DEM 12,629 66.6%
Total Votes 18,959
State Representative - District 101 Precincts Reporting 7 of 9
Meadows, Timothy G. (Tim) DEM 12,996 100.0%
Total Votes 12,996
State Representative - District 102 Precincts Reporting 13 of 15
Roorda, Jeff DEM 12,760 100.0%
Total Votes 12,760
State Representative - District 103 Precincts Reporting 19 of 19
Casey, Ron DEM 15,757 100.0%
Total Votes 15,757
State Representative - District 104 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Fallert, Joseph Jr. DEM 13,834 100.0%
Total Votes 13,834
State Representative - District 105 Precincts Reporting 20 of 21
Frame, Michael DEM 11,534 100.0%
Total Votes 11,534
State Representative - District 106 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Tilley, Steven REP 12,769 100.0%
Total Votes 12,769
State Representative - District 107 Precincts Reporting 22 of 22
Seiberlich, Louie REP 7,170 48.2%
Fischer, Linda R. DEM 7,697 51.8%
Total Votes 14,867
State Representative - District 108 Precincts Reporting 14 of 15
Hummel, Jacob DEM 9,388 100.0%
Total Votes 9,388
State Representative - District 109 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Dieckhaus, Scott D. REP 11,097 57.2%
Cunningham, Kent DEM 8,312 42.8%
Total Votes 19,409
State Representative - District 110 Precincts Reporting 27 of 27
Harris, Belinda DEM 13,718 100.0%
Total Votes 13,718
State Representative - District 111 Precincts Reporting 33 of 33
Schlottach, Charlie W. REP 9,108 56.5%
DeVeydt, Tod C. DEM 7,018 43.5%
Total Votes 16,126
State Representative - District 112 Precincts Reporting 44 of 44
Loehner, Tom REP 12,848 76.1%
Tramel, Tom DEM 4,043 23.9%
Total Votes 16,891
State Representative - District 113 Precincts Reporting 20 of 20
Bruns, Mark J. REP 10,085 61.5%
Mueller, Al DEM 6,310 38.5%
Total Votes 16,395
State Representative - District 114 Precincts Reporting 17 of 17
Deeken, Bill REP 14,014 73.6%
Steinman, Leonard J. DEM 5,028 26.4%
Steck, Janine WI 4 .0%
Total Votes 19,046
State Representative - District 115 Precincts Reporting 11 of 35
Schad, Rodney REP 3,399 100.0%
Total Votes 3,399
State Representative - District 116 Precincts Reporting 24 of 24
Self, Tom REP 15,273 100.0%
Total Votes 15,273
State Representative - District 117 Precincts Reporting 28 of 28
Jones, Kenny REP 13,405 100.0%
Total Votes 13,405
State Representative - District 118 Precincts Reporting 27 of 27
Cox, Stanley REP 8,702 57.1%
Bowlin, Stan DEM 6,527 42.9%
Total Votes 15,229
State Representative - District 119 Precincts Reporting 30 of 44
Wilson, Larry D. REP 8,841 100.0%
Total Votes 8,841
State Representative - District 120 Precincts Reporting 41 of 41
Largent, Scott N. REP 8,890 51.0%
Kenney, Kristi L. DEM 8,538 49.0%
Total Votes 17,428
State Representative - District 121 Precincts Reporting 7 of 7
Hoskins, Denny L. REP 7,000 50.5%
Jackson, Jim DEM 6,870 49.5%
Total Votes 13,870
State Representative - District 122 Precincts Reporting 22 of 22
McGhee, Mike REP 10,904 56.6%
Grubb, Beth DEM 8,361 43.4%
Total Votes 19,265
State Representative - District 123 Precincts Reporting 18 of 18
Molendorp, Chris REP 11,639 56.2%
Alonzo, Juan I. DEM 9,055 43.8%
Total Votes 20,694
State Representative - District 124 Precincts Reporting 25 of 25
Danner, Jim REP 8,668 41.6%
Scavuzzo, Luke DEM 12,193 58.4%
Total Votes 20,861
State Representative - District 125 Precincts Reporting 29 of 29
Fisher, Barney REP 9,427 60.6%
Keough, Carla K. DEM 6,122 39.4%
Total Votes 15,549
State Representative - District 126 Precincts Reporting 38 of 38
Emery, Ed REP 11,419 66.9%
Crane, Linda Marie DEM 5,654 33.1%
Total Votes 17,073
State Representative - District 127 Precincts Reporting 18 of 18
Flanigan, Tom REP 14,165 100.0%
Total Votes 14,165
State Representative - District 128 Precincts Reporting 15 of 15
Stevenson, Bryan Preston REP 13,607 100.0%
Total Votes 13,607
State Representative - District 129 Precincts Reporting 15 of 15
Richard, Ron REP 11,975 100.0%
Total Votes 11,975
State Representative - District 130 Precincts Reporting 18 of 18
Wilson, Kevin REP 13,045 100.0%
Total Votes 13,045
State Representative - District 131 Precincts Reporting 23 of 23
Ruestman, Marilyn REP 13,040 100.0%
Total Votes 13,040
State Representative - District 132 Precincts Reporting 20 of 20
Ruzicka, Don REP 8,738 55.8%
Dake, Charles DEM 6,931 44.2%
Total Votes 15,669
State Representative - District 133 Precincts Reporting 27 of 27
Parson, Mike REP 14,324 100.0%
Total Votes 14,324
State Representative - District 134 Precincts Reporting 15 of 16
Viebrock, Jim REP 20,272 100.0%
Total Votes 20,272
State Representative - District 135 Precincts Reporting 15 of 16
Denison, Charles W. (Charlie) REP 12,267 56.3%
Hagan, Nancy DEM 9,532 43.7%
Total Votes 21,799
State Representative - District 136 Precincts Reporting 12 of 13
Burlison, Eric REP 11,010 57.9%
Beatty, Nick DEM 8,010 42.1%
Total Votes 19,020
State Representative - District 137 Precincts Reporting 13 of 14
Day, Ronald D. REP 3,855 34.8%
Norr, Charlie DEM 7,221 65.2%
Total Votes 11,076
State Representative - District 138 Precincts Reporting 15 of 16
Goodart, Michael S. Jr. REP 6,187 38.2%
Lampe, Sara DEM 9,992 61.8%
Total Votes 16,179
State Representative - District 139 Precincts Reporting 20 of 21
Schoeller, Shane REP 13,564 69.2%
Adams, Janet DEM 6,037 30.8%
Total Votes 19,601
State Representative - District 140 Precincts Reporting 16 of 17
Dixon, Bob REP 15,592 100.0%
Total Votes 15,592
State Representative - District 141 Precincts Reporting 16 of 25
Wasson, Jay REP 6,724 74.4%
Shawgo, Ron DEM 2,317 25.6%
Total Votes 9,041
State Representative - District 142 Precincts Reporting 16 of 23
Weter, Raymond (Ray) REP 11,976 100.0%
Green, Richard WI 0 .0%
Total Votes 11,976
State Representative - District 143 Precincts Reporting 38 of 38
Wallace, Maynard REP 11,405 67.7%
Hilliard, Cathy DEM 5,450 32.3%
Total Votes 16,855
State Representative - District 144 Precincts Reporting 14 of 39
Dugger, Tony REP 7,007 73.6%
Chilton, Dennis Lee DEM 2,516 26.4%
Total Votes 9,523
State Representative - District 145 Precincts Reporting 19 of 20
Cunningham, Mike REP 15,841 100.0%
Total Votes 15,841
State Representative - District 146 Precincts Reporting 6 of 6
Pollock, Darrell REP 15,033 100.0%
Total Votes 15,033
State Representative - District 147 Precincts Reporting 21 of 22
Wells, Don REP 10,388 100.0%
Total Votes 10,388
State Representative - District 148 Precincts Reporting 29 of 31
Day, David REP 7,027 100.0%
Total Votes 7,027
State Representative - District 149 Precincts Reporting 20 of 20
Brown, Dan W. REP 9,454 60.0%
Bledsoe, Wayne DEM 6,012 38.2%
Hustead, Dennis E. CST 284 1.8%
Total Votes 15,750
State Representative - District 150 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Smith, Jason T. REP 10,589 70.0%
Ellis, James D. DEM 4,544 30.0%
Total Votes 15,133
State Representative - District 151 Precincts Reporting 20 of 20
Franz, Ward REP 10,443 69.4%
Mills, Robert Lee CST 764 5.1%
Hensley, Kathleen IND 3,841 25.5%
Total Votes 15,048
State Representative - District 152 Precincts Reporting 43 of 43
Mansfield, Eric (Rick) REP 3,946 26.4%
Kuessner, J.C. DEM 10,521 70.3%
Wheeler, Thad CST 493 3.3%
Total Votes 14,960
State Representative - District 153 Precincts Reporting 43 of 43
Dethrow, Mike REP 12,640 100.0%
Total Votes 12,640
State Representative - District 154 Precincts Reporting 21 of 21
Kingery, Gayle REP 10,276 73.8%
Busby, Larry S. LIB 3,640 26.2%
Total Votes 13,916
State Representative - District 155 Precincts Reporting 25 of 27
Cooper, Wayne REP 12,577 61.5%
Pope, Nancy J. DEM 7,889 38.5%
Jackson, Jr., James O. WI 0 .0%
Total Votes 20,466
State Representative - District 156 Precincts Reporting 39 of 39
Keeney, Shelley (White) REP 8,261 54.2%
Winder, Michael R DEM 6,987 45.8%
Total Votes 15,248
State Representative - District 157 Precincts Reporting 31 of 31
Lipke, Scott A. REP 15,334 84.3%
Friedrich, Jennifer CST 2,853 15.7%
Total Votes 18,187
State Representative - District 158 Precincts Reporting 18 of 18
Tracy, Clint REP 11,392 76.3%
Roland, Robert LIB 3,541 23.7%
Total Votes 14,933
State Representative - District 159 Precincts Reporting 28 of 28
Wright, Billy Pat REP 10,179 61.8%
Burlison, Bill DEM 6,283 38.2%
Total Votes 16,462
State Representative - District 160 Precincts Reporting 27 of 28
Brandom, Ellen REP 11,930 100.0%
Total Votes 11,930
State Representative - District 161 Precincts Reporting 26 of 36
Hodges, Steve DEM 10,258 100.0%
Total Votes 10,258
State Representative - District 162 Precincts Reporting 30 of 34
Swinger, Terry DEM 6,735 100.0%
Total Votes 6,735
State Representative - District 163 Precincts Reporting 21 of 29
Todd, Tom DEM 2,455 74.8%
Allen, Pat (Wilson) IND 828 25.2%
Total Votes 3,283
Circuit Judge - Circuit 11 Division 1 Precincts Reporting 121 of 121
Horwitz, Lou REP 69,069 40.2%
House, Ted DEM 102,930 59.8%
Total Votes 171,999
Circuit Judge - Circuit 13 Division 4 Precincts Reporting 101 of 127
Asel, Jodie C. REP 58,160 100.0%
Total Votes 58,160
Circuit Judge - Circuit 17 Division 2 Precincts Reporting 59 of 59
Stoppy, Lynn REP 33,930 49.6%
Wagner, Mike DEM 34,504 50.4%
Total Votes 68,434
Circuit Judge - Circuit 19 Division 2 Precincts Reporting 20 of 39
Callahan, Richard G. DEM 13,726 100.0%
Total Votes 13,726
Circuit Judge - Circuit 19 Division 4 Precincts Reporting 20 of 39
Joyce, Pat DEM 13,681 100.0%
Total Votes 13,681
Circuit Judge - Circuit 23 Division 2 Precincts Reporting 70 of 73
Kramer, Gary P. DEM 73,709 100.0%
Total Votes 73,709
Circuit Judge - Circuit 31 Division 1 Precincts Reporting 81 of 82
Cordonnier, Michael J. REP 107,718 100.0%
Total Votes 107,718
Circuit Judge - Circuit 31 Division 2 Precincts Reporting 81 of 82
Jones, David REP 107,381 100.0%
Total Votes 107,381
Circuit Judge - Circuit 32 Division 1 Precincts Reporting 67 of 67
Syler, William L. REP 42,616 100.0%
Total Votes 42,616
Circuit Judge - Circuit 36 Precincts Reporting 41 of 41
Richardson, Mark L. REP 19,167 100.0%
Total Votes 19,167
Circuit Judge - Circuit 42 Division 2 Precincts Reporting 61 of 61
Parker, Kelly DEM 24,000 100.0%
Total Votes 24,000
Nonpartisan Judges - Missouri Supreme Court Precincts Reporting 3089 of 3507
Breckenridge, Patricia Yes 1,516,638 73.0%
No 560,283 27.0%
Total Votes 2,076,921
Nonpartisan Judges - Court of Appeals - Eastern District Precincts Reporting 1342 of 1428
Dowd, Jr., Robert G. Yes 665,799 68.6%
No 304,870 31.4%
Total Votes 970,669
Odenwald, Kurt S. Yes 653,985 68.1%
No 305,806 31.9%
Total Votes 959,791
Richter, Roy L. Yes 640,657 67.2%
No 313,298 32.8%
Total Votes 953,955
Nonpartisan Judges - Court of Appeals - Southern District Precincts Reporting 740 of 828
Lynch, Gary W. Yes 372,605 75.4%
No 121,683 24.6%
Total Votes 494,288
Scott, Daniel E. Yes 370,264 75.9%
No 117,683 24.1%
Total Votes 487,947
Nonpartisan Judges - Circuit Judge - Circuit No. 16 Precincts Reporting 303 of 400
McGraw, Peggy S. Yes 149,548 70.4%
No 62,902 29.6%
Total Votes 212,450
Mesle, Ann Yes 149,109 71.0%
No 60,956 29.0%
Total Votes 210,065
Manners, Michael W. Yes 143,390 69.3%
No 63,405 30.7%
Total Votes 206,795
OMalley, John R. Yes 146,830 70.4%
No 61,650 29.6%
Total Votes 208,480
Wimes, Brian C. Yes 143,394 69.4%
No 63,079 30.6%
Total Votes 206,473
Schieber, Robert M. Yes 141,889 68.8%
No 64,367 31.2%
Total Votes 206,256
Torrence, John M. Yes 142,998 69.3%
No 63,287 30.7%
Total Votes 206,285
Moorhouse, Kelly J. Yes 144,985 70.7%
No 60,180 29.3%
Total Votes 205,165
Nonpartisan Judges - Circuit Judge - Circuit No. 21 Precincts Reporting 609 of 652
Goldman, Steven H. Yes 258,413 65.5%
No 136,373 34.5%
Total Votes 394,786
Drumm, Jr., B.C. (Buzz) Yes 254,143 64.3%
No 141,273 35.7%
Total Votes 395,416
Gaertner, Jr., Gary M. Yes 259,872 65.6%
No 136,278 34.4%
Total Votes 396,150
DePriest, Jr., Tom Yes 253,870 64.4%
No 140,113 35.6%
Total Votes 393,983
Seigel, Mark D. Yes 257,929 65.0%
No 138,944 35.0%
Total Votes 396,873
McShane, Maura B. Yes 264,454 66.3%
No 134,362 33.7%
Total Votes 398,816
Cohen, Robert S. Yes 267,144 66.3%
No 135,592 33.7%
Total Votes 402,736
Ross, John A. Yes 258,617 65.8%
No 134,404 34.2%
Total Votes 393,021
Nonpartisan Judges - Circuit Judge - Circuit No. 22 Precincts Reporting 164 of 204
Bush, Julian Yes 69,508 70.3%
No 29,343 29.7%
Total Votes 98,851
Ohmer, Steven R. Yes 70,732 72.2%
No 27,285 27.8%
Total Votes 98,017
Dowd, David L. Yes 73,121 73.9%
No 25,864 26.1%
Total Votes 98,985
Wilson, Timothy J. Yes 72,142 73.9%
No 25,478 26.1%
Total Votes 97,620
Grady, Thomas C. Yes 71,236 72.9%
No 26,490 27.1%
Total Votes 97,726
Riley, John J. Yes 71,548 73.4%
No 25,923 26.6%
Total Votes 97,471
Nonpartisan Judges - Assoc. Circuit Judge - Circuit No. 6 Precincts Reporting 30 of 30
Witt, Gary D. Yes 29,776 72.4%
No 11,329 27.6%
Total Votes 41,105
Nonpartisan Judges - Assoc. Circuit Judge - Circuit No. 7 Precincts Reporting 0 of 78
Sutton, Janet L. Yes 0 .0%
No 0 .0%
Total Votes 0
Nonpartisan Judges - Assoc. Circuit Judge - Circuit No. 16 Precincts Reporting 303 of 400
Beaird, Robert Yes 144,131 69.7%
No 62,729 30.3%
Total Votes 206,860
Scoville, Vernon E. Yes 141,838 68.8%
No 64,218 31.2%
Total Votes 206,056
Trout, Robert L. Yes 143,688 69.7%
No 62,522 30.3%
Total Votes 206,210
Nonpartisan Judges - Assoc. Circuit Judge - Circuit No. 21 Precincts Reporting 609 of 652
Essner, John Yes 249,383 64.2%
No 139,301 35.8%
Total Votes 388,684
Clark Reno, Gloria Yes 257,404 65.5%
No 135,362 34.5%
Total Votes 392,766
Farragut-Hemphill, Sandra Yes 256,696 65.8%
No 133,611 34.2%
Total Votes 390,307
Sherry, Thea A. Yes 258,041 65.9%
No 133,533 34.1%
Total Votes 391,574
Beach, Douglas R. Yes 249,341 64.9%
No 135,125 35.1%
Total Votes 384,466
Hood, Dale W. Yes 212,993 54.1%
No 180,831 45.9%
Total Votes 393,824
Bruntrager Schroeder, Mary Yes 263,228 66.6%
No 132,176 33.4%
Total Votes 395,404
Nonpartisan Judges - Assoc. Circuit Judge - Circuit No. 22 Precincts Reporting 164 of 204
Stovall-Reid, Calea Yes 70,893 72.9%
No 26,391 27.1%
Total Votes 97,284
Clark, II, Thomas Charles Yes 71,321 73.4%
No 25,839 26.6%
Total Votes 97,160
Constitutional Amendment 1 Precincts Reporting 3089 of 3507
English Language Yes 2,083,528 85.7%
No 346,763 14.3%
Total Votes 2,430,291
Constitutional Amendment 4 Precincts Reporting 3080 of 3507
Stormwater Yes 1,285,077 57.5%
No 948,996 42.5%
Total Votes 2,234,073
Proposition A Precincts Reporting 3089 of 3507
Casinos and Gambling Yes 1,350,808 55.5%
No 1,081,045 44.5%
Total Votes 2,431,853
Proposition B Precincts Reporting 3089 of 3507
Home Care Yes 1,790,671 74.9%
No 599,050 25.1%
Total Votes 2,389,721
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 3089 of 3507
Renewable Energy Yes 1,529,788 65.7%
No 799,254 34.3%