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2014 Primary Election Results


Percent/Total votes


Democratic Party


U.S. Representative, District 4


-Nate Irvin 100%/602


State Representative, District 51


-Gary Grigsby 100%/61


Associate Circuit Judge, Division 6


-Carmen Smith 100%/607


Presiding Commissioner


-Kenneth F. Schuber 100%/601


Precinct Committeeman, 3rd Ward 3rd Precinct


-Larry Yunt 49%/18


-Michael E. Franklin 51%/19


percent/votes


Republican Party


State Auditor


-Tom Schweich 100%/5,264


U.S. Representative, District 4


-Vicky Hartzler 70%/4,450


-John Webb 30%/1,900


State Senator, District 28


-Mike Parson 100%/5,296


State Representative, District 48


-Dave Muntzel 100%/539


State Representative, District 51


-Dean A. Dohrman 100%/604


State Representative, District 52


-Nathan Beard 100%/3,362


State Representative, District 54


-Denny Hoskins 100%/858


Associate Circuit Judge, Division 5


-Paul Beard 100%/5,437


Associate Circuit Judge, Division 6


-Stanley Cox 41%/2,683


-Jeff Mittelhauser 59%/3,896


Presiding Commissioner


-David Dick 62%/3,897


-Pam Carter 38%/2,359


County Clerk


-Nick La Strada 100%/5,589


Circuit Clerk


-Susan Sadler 100%/5,454


Recorder of Deeds


-Barbara Clevenger 100%/5,348


Prosecuting Attorney


-Phillip Sawyer 35%/2,298


-Kim Tanner 26%/1,694


-Andrew Rehmer 21%/1,381


-Myron McNeal 18%/1,152


County Auditor


-Beverly Dillon 54.67%/3,321


-Jileen Wingerter 30.73%/1,867


-Adam Brooks 14.6%/887


County Collector


-Marsha Boeschen 100%/5,487


Precinct Committeewoman, 2nd Ward 3rd District


-Judy Petrie 78%/61


-Fern Klement 22%/17


percent/votes


Libertarian Party


State Auditor


-Sean O’Toole 100%/23


U.S. Representative, District 4


-Randall (Randy) Langkraehr 67%/16


-Herschel L. Young 33%/8


State Representative, District 51


-Bill Wayne 100%/5


percent/votes


Constitution Party


State Auditor


-Rodney Farthing 100%/9


State Representative, District 54


-Daniel Plemons 0%/0


Proposed Constitutional Amendments


Statewide Totals


Amendment 1


Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to ensure that the right of Missouri citizens to engage in agricultural production and ranching practices shall not be infringed?


The potential costs or savings to governmental entities are unknown, but likely limited unless the resolution leads to increased litigation costs and/or the loss of federal funding.


Yes, 498,751 - 50 percent


No, 496,223 - 50 percent


Amendment 5


Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to include the declaration that the right to keep and bear arms is an unalienable right and that the state government is obligated to uphold that right?


State and local governmental entities should have no direct costs or savings from this proposal. However, the proposal’s passage will likely lead to increased litigation and criminal justice related costs. The total potential costs are unknown, but could be significant.


Yes, 602,076 - 61 percent


No, 385,422 - 39 percent


Amendment 7


Should the Missouri Constitution be changed to enact a temporary sales tax of three-quarters of one percent to be used solely to fund state and local highways, roads, bridges and transportation projects for ten years, with priority given to repairing unsafe roads and bridges?


This change is expected to produce $480 million annually to the state’s Transportation Safety and Job Creation Fund and $54 million for local governments. Increases in the gas tax will be prohibited. This revenue shall only be used for transportation purposes and cannot be diverted for other uses.


Yes, 407,532 - 41 percent


No, 590,963 - 59 percent


Amendment 8


Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to create a “Veterans Lottery Ticket” and to use the revenue from the sale of these tickets for projects and services related to veterans?


The annual cost or savings to state and local governmental entities is unknown, but likely minimal. If sales of a veterans lottery ticket game decrease existing lottery ticket sales, the profits of which fund education, there could be a small annual shift in funding from education to veteran’s programs.


Yes, 440,369 - 45 percent


No, 538,575 - 55 percent


Amendment 9


Shall the Missouri Constitiution be amended so that the people shall be secure in their electronic communications and data from unreasonable searches and seizures as they are now likewise secure in their persons, homes, papers and effects?


State and local government entities expect no significant costs or savings.


Yes, 728,549 - 75 percent


No, 246,020 - 25 percent


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