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100 percent of precincts reporting



President/Vice President



John McCain and Sarah Palin (R) - 11012



Barack Obama and Joe Biden (D) - 6927



Bob Barr and Wayne A. Root (L) - 80



Chuck Baldwin and Darrell Castle (C) -38 



Ralph Nader and Matt Gonzalez (I) - 57



Governor



Kenny Hulshof (R) - 7653



Jeremiah “Jay” W. Nixon (D) - 9830



Andrew W. Finkenstadt (L) - 216



Gregory E. Thompson (C) - 290



Lieutenant Governor



Peter Kinder (R) - 10143



Sam Page (D) - 6879



Teddy Fleck (L) - 342



James C. Rensing (C) - 198



Secretary of State



Mitchell “Mitch” Hubbard (R) - 6863



Robin Carnahan (D) - 10322



Wes Upchurch (L) - 242



Denise C. Neely (C) - 291



State Treasurer



Brad Lager (R) - 9740



Clint Zweifel (D) - 6855



Rodney D. Farthing (C) - 560



Attorney General



Mike Gibbons (R) - 9525



Chris Koster (D) - 7824



U.S. Representative, District 4



Jeff Parnell (R) - 4902



Ike Skelton (D) - 12980



State Representative, District 116



Tom Self (R) - 2700



State Representative, District 117



Kenny Jones (R) - 365



State Representative, District 118



Stanley Cox (R) - 7972



Stan Bowlin (D) - 6138



State Representative, District 120



Scott N. Largent (R) - 17



Kristi L. Kenney (D) - 15



County Commissioner, Eastern District



Rod Lindemann (R) - 4009



Bill Noland (D) - 3892



County Commissioner, Western District



Larry Wilson (R) - 4849



Randy Dillon (D) - 4587



Sheriff



Kevin C. Bond (R) - 10874



Brad Anders (D) - 7121



Assessor



Dean A. Dohrman (R) -14965 



County Treasurer



Jane Kelley (D) - 14981



Public Administrator



Vincent V. Phang (R) - 5455



Charli Ackerman (D) - 11918



Coroner



Robert “Skip” Smith (R) - 15632



Surveyor



Kerry Turpin (D) - 14977



Missouri Supreme Court Judge



Shall Judge Patricia Breckenridge of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?



Yes - 12109



No - 3855



Constitutional Amendment No. 1



Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to add a statement that English shall be the language of all governmental meetings at which any public business is discussed, decided or public policy is formulated whether conducted in person or by communication equipment, including conference calls, video conferences or Internet chat or message board?



It is estimated this proposal will have no costs or savings to the state or local governmental entities.



Yes - 16280



No - 1408



Constitutional Amendment No. 4



Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to change the provisions relating to the financing of stormwater control projects by



•limiting availability of grants and loans to public water and sewer districts only;



•removing the cap on available funding and existing restrictions on disbursements;



•requiring loan repayments to be used only for stormwater control projects?



It is estimated the cost to state governmental entities is $0 to $236,000 annually. It is estimated state governmental entities will save approximately $7,500 for each bond issuance. It is estimated local governmental entities participating in this program may experience savings, however the amount is unknown.



Yes - 9516



No - 6602



Proposition A



Shall Missouri law be amended to:



•repeal the current individual maximum loss limit for gambling;



•prohibit any future loss limits;



•require identification to enter the gambling area only if necessary to establish that an individual is at least 21 years old;



•restrict the number of casinos to those already built or being built;



•increase the casino gambling tax from 20 percent to 21 percent;



•create a new specific education fund from gambling tax proceeds generated as a result of this measure called the “Schools First Elementary and Secondary Education Improvement Fund”; and



•require annual audits of this new fund?



State governmental entities will receive an estimated $105.1 to $130.0 million annually for elementary and secondary education, and $5.0 to $7.0 million annually for higher education, early childhood development, veterans, and other programs. Local governmental entities receiving gambling boat tax and fee revenues will receive an estimated $18.1 to $19.0 million annually.



Yes - 10446



No - 7104



Proposition B



Shall Missouri law be amended to enable the elderly and Missourians with disabilities to continue living independently in their homes by creating the Missouri Quality Homecare Council to ensure the availability of quality home care services under the Medicaid program by recruiting, training, and stabilizing the home care workforce?



The exact cost of this proposal to state governmental entities is unknown, but is estimated to exceed $510,560 annually. Additional costs for training are possible. Matching federal funds, if available, could reduce state costs. It is estimated there would be no costs or savings to local governmental entities.



Yes - 13131



No - 4133



Proposition C



Shall Missouri law be amended to require investor-owned electric utilities to generate or purchase electricity from renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, biomass and hydropower with the renewable energy sources equaling at least 2 percent of retail sales by 2011 increasing incrementally to at least 15 percent by 2021, including at least 2 percent from solar energy; and restricting to no more than 1 percent any rate increase to consumers for this renewable energy?



The estimated direct cost to state governmental entities is $395,183. It is estimated there are no direct costs or savings to local governmental entities. However, indirect costs may be incurred by state and local governmental entities if the proposal results in increased electricity retail rates.



Yes - 11281



No - 5632



City of Windsor Question



Shall the city of Windsor issue its sewerage system revenue bonds in the amount of $5 million for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, extending, improving, furnishing and equipping the city’s sewerage system, the cost of operation and maintenance of said system and the principal of and interest on said revenue bonds to be payable solely from the revenues derived by the city from the operation of its sewerage system, including all future extensions and improvements thereto?



Yes - 20



No - 12


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