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Election Results: August 5, 2014 primary

Posted on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at 7:59 pm

Pike County Results

Ralls County Election Results

Montgomery County Results

Audrain County Results

Update: 12:10 a.m.

A final snap shot of the Amendment votes.

Constitutional Amendment 1 3898 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 498,751 50.127%
NO 496,223 49.873%
Total Votes: 994,974
Constitutional Amendment 5 3898 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 602,076 60.97%
NO 385,422 39.03%
Total Votes: 987,498
Constitutional Amendment 7 3898 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 407,532 40.815%
NO 590,963 59.185%
Total Votes: 998,495
Constitutional Amendment 8 3898 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 440,369 44.984%
NO 538,575 55.016%
Total Votes: 978,944
Constitutional Amendment 9 3898 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 728,549 74.756%
NO 246,020 25.244%
Total Votes: 974,569

Update: 12:07 a.m.

Amendment 1 has passed. The last 100 precincts cut the “Yes” vote lead to 2,528 votes, passing the measure at 12:05 am. Vote totals favor “Yes” by a margin of 498,751-496,223.

Update: 11:54 p.m. Final results for some statewide primaries.

U.S. Representative – District 6 511 of 511 Precincts Reported
W. A. (Bill) Hedge Democratic 18,106 51.661%
Edward Dwayne Fields Democratic 9,704 27.688%
Gary Lynn Crose Democratic 7,238 20.652%
Party Total: 35,048
Kyle Reid Republican 4,364 5.881%
Brian L. Tharp Republican 4,244 5.719%
Sam Graves Republican 56,857 76.616%
Christopher Ryan Republican 8,745 11.784%
Party Total: 74,210
Russ Monchil Libertarian 592 100.000%
Party Total: 592
Total Votes: 109,850

 

U.S. Representative – District 4 373 of 373 Precincts Reported
Nate Irvin Democratic 26,823 100.000%
Party Total: 26,823
Vicky Hartzler Republican 65,390 74.718%
John Webb Republican 22,126 25.282%
Party Total: 87,516
Randall (Randy) Langkraehr Libertarian 503 47.053%
Herschel L. Young Libertarian 566 52.947%
Party Total: 1,069
Total Votes: 115,408
State Representative – District 43 29 of 29 Precincts Reported
Ed Lockwood Democratic 1,377 100.000%
Party Total: 1,377
Jay Houghton Republican 2,805 100.000%
Party Total: 2,805
Total Votes: 4,182

Update: 11:52 p.m.

With 3,798 of 3,898 precincts reporting, “Yes” votes for Amendment 1 has lead slip to 487,900-474,133. That’s just 13,767 total votes.

 

Update: 11:16 p.m.
With 3,712 of 3,898 precincts in, Amendment 1 “Yes” votes leads 487,387-463,441.

Update: 11:13 p.m.
Pike County Results are in!!!

W.A. (Bill) Hedge-D won primary votes for U.S. Rep. District 6 race by a 623-336-230 margin.

Rep. Sam Graves-R won his District 6 primary with 645 votes. Christopher Ryan-R was second at 227.

Terry Burris-D won the democratic primary for Presiding Commissioner by a margin of 831-798.

As for the amendments, county voters voted “Yes” for Amendments 1, 5, 7, 8, and 9.

Update: 10:54 p.m.
Statements on Amendment 7 Election Results

JEFFERSON CITY – Stephen Miller, chairman of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, issued the following statement in response to the Constitutional Amendment 7 election results.
“We are very disappointed in the result, but the people have spoken and we respect that.”
“As we have seen for the past several years, I think Missourians have a clear understanding that more resources need to be invested in our transportation infrastructure, but there just isn’t any consensus on how to pay for it. We need to continue working toward that end.”

Dave Nichols, director of the Missouri Department of Transportation, issued the following statement in response to the Amendment 7 election results.
“We will continue our focus on safety, maintaining our roads and bridges, and providing outstanding customer service with the resources we have.”

Update: 10:48 p.m.
With 3,685 of 3,898 precincts reporting, Amendment 1 has 476,939 “Yes” votes to 461,630 “No” votes. It’s getting closer.

Update: 10:44 p.m.
Pike County is only 1 of three counties in the state to not have posted any election results as of 10:44 p.m.

Update: 10:39 p.m.
Amendment 1 is getting extremely shaky with 3,122 of 3,898 precincts reporting. There is a 448,108-414,826 “Yes” to “No” margin now and it keeps shrinking.

Update: 10:15 p.m.
Pike County results not available due to computer issues in Pike County.

Update: 9:15 p.m.
Montgomery County Results are in!!!!

Bart Korman (R) beat John Weber 264-62 for the Bear Creek Committee.

The Rhineland Best Bottom Special Road measure was passed 77-24.

Blaine Luetkemeyer (R) won the county for the U.S. Rep. District 3 primary with 87% of the vote. Meanwhile, Courtney Denton (D) beat Velma Steinman 259-221 for county votes on the democratic side.

County voters voted “Yes” for Amendment 1 (1,882-704), Amendment 5 (1,960-582), Amendment 7 (1,402-1,159), Amendment 8 (1,418-1,099) and Amendment 9 (1,980-532).

They also approved the Consolidated Road District No. 1 measure 1,157-985.

Update: 9:10 p.m.
Ralls County Results are in…

Sandy Lanier (D) won her County Clerk primary race against John Palmer (D) 790-570.

Tom Ruhl (D) won the Clay Committeeman race 141-39 over Forrest “Woody” Holley.

Gene Dryden (D) beat John Stone for Saverton Committeeman 197-61. Meanwhile Marlene Rodenbaugh (D) held off Alvina Dotson 131-127 for Saverton Committeewoman.

Ralls County voters voted “Yes” for Amendment 1 (1,251-895), Amendment 5 (1,651-468), and Amendment 9 (1,687-335).

They voted “No” on Amendment 7 (1,133-1018) and Amendment 8 (1,058-1,001).

The Ralls County Question regarding prosecutors was approved 1,351-671.

Bill Hedge (D) won U.S. Rep. District 6 (526-242) over Edward Fields. Gary Crose had 176 votes.

Rep. Sam Graves (R) won U.S. Rep. District 6 primary with 77% of his party’s vote in the county.
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There were 1,417 democratic ballots, 711 republican ballots, 51 non-partisan, 10 consitution, and 3 libertarian.

Update: 8:58 p.m.
Constitutional Amendment 1 813 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 162,673 60.227%
NO 107,428 39.773%
Total Votes: 270,101

Constitutional Amendment 5 813 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 189,595 70.914%
NO 77,764 29.086%
Total Votes: 267,359

Constitutional Amendment 7 793 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 113,327 42.924%
NO 150,692 57.076%
Total Votes: 264,019

Constitutional Amendment 8 793 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 124,074 47.977%
NO 134,536 52.023%
Total Votes: 258,610

Constitutional Amendment 9 793 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 202,929 78.797%
NO 54,606 21.203%
Total Votes: 257,535

Update: 8:54 p.m.
In Audrain County:
Vicky Hartzler-R defeated John Webb for county votes in U.S. Rep. District 4 (1,199-439).

W.A. (Bill) Hedge won the U.S. Rep. District 6 primary for county votes 118-86 over Dwayne Fields with Gary Crose at 25.

Sam Graves-R won his U.S. Rep. District 6 primary in the county with 283 votes and second place going to Christopher Ryan with 50 votes.

Herschel Young-L beat Randy Langkraehr 16-14 in U.S. Rep. District 4 for the Libertarian Party.

The county gave more Yes votes for Amendment 1 (2,496-1,526), Amendment 5 (2,858-1,108), barely on Amendment 8 (1,979-1,973), and Amendment 9 (2,770-793).

The voted down Amendment 7 (2,215-1,793).

Party distribution ballots showed 2,246 Republican, 1,289 Democrat, 447 Non-Partisan, 47 Libertarian, and 29 Constitution.

Update: 8:49 p.m.
Audrain County Results are in!!!!

Several candidates ran on primary tickets and don’t have competitors in the other party’s primary for the end of the year. This means they are all but set to be sworn into their current positions.

Those include Linda Hamlett-D (Associate Circuit Judge), Shelley Harvey-D (County Clerk), Penny Creed-Craghead-D (Circuit Clerk), Patty Meyers-D (County Treasurer), Jacob Shellabarger-D (Prosecuting Attorney), Steve Hobbs-R (Presiding Commissioner), Janis Deimeke-R (Recorder of Deeds), and Kate Becker-R (County Collector).

Update 8:40 p.m.
U.S. Representative – District 4 104 of 373 Precincts Reported
Nate Irvin Democratic 4,573 100.000%
Party Total: 4,573

Vicky Hartzler Republican 18,491 77.475%
John Webb Republican 5,376 22.525%
Party Total: 23,867

Randall (Randy) Langkraehr Libertarian 40 33.898%
Herschel L. Young Libertarian 78 66.102%
Party Total: 118

Total Votes: 28,558

Update: 8:24 p.m.
Constitutional Amendment 1 199 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 41,491 57.37%
NO 30,831 42.63%
Total Votes: 72,322

Constitutional Amendment 5 199 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 47,061 65.712%
NO 24,556 34.288%
Total Votes: 71,617

Constitutional Amendment 7 199 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 31,815 43.754%
NO 40,899 56.246%
Total Votes: 72,714

Constitutional Amendment 8 199 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 33,764 47.63%
NO 37,124 52.37%
Total Votes: 70,888

Constitutional Amendment 9 199 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 55,055 78.014%
NO 15,516 21.986%
Total Votes: 70,571

Update: 8:21 p.m.
With 32 of 373 precincts in, Rep. Vicky Hartzler has 6,000 vote lead in U.S. Rep. 4 primary race over John Webb.

Update: 8:19 p.m.
With just 35 of 511 precincts in, Democratic primary in U.S. Rep. 6 race is too close to call between W.A. (Bill) Hedge (1,570) and Edward Fields (1,286).

Incumbent Sam Graves (R) is way out in front for his primary early on.

Only a few of the nearly 4,000 precincts statewide in as of now. For the Amendments, the voting looks as follows:

Constitutional Amendment 1 12 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 2,358 60.168%
NO 1,561 39.832%
Total Votes: 3,919

Update: 7:55 p.m. August 5, 2014
Constitutional Amendment 5 10 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 2,486 64.304%
NO 1,380 35.696%
Total Votes: 3,866

Constitutional Amendment 7 10 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 1,957 50.141%
NO 1,946 49.859%
Total Votes: 3,903

Constitutional Amendment 8 10 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 1,673 43.876%
NO 2,140 56.124%
Total Votes: 3,813

Constitutional Amendment 9 10 of 3898 Precincts Reported
YES 2,942 77.319%
NO 863 22.681%
Total Votes: 3,805