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Jefferson County Election Results: Fox C-6 Bond Issue Passes, Reuter Wins Reelection Nomination

Final, unofficial Returns from Tuesday's primary elections

U.S. Rep. Todd Akin carried Jefferson County in Tuesday's Republican primary, garnering 38 percent of the vote in his statewide bid to be the Republican nominee in the U.S. senate race.

Dave Spence finished first in Jefferson County in the four-man race for the Republican nomination for Missouri governor. The GOP nominee will face Gov. Jay Nixon in the November general election.

Constitutional Amendment No. 2, the so-called "right to pray" amendment that was passing statewide, commanded an 85-15 percent margin in Jefferson County.

In other Jefferson County results, the Fox C-6 School District was successful in its bid to pass a bond issue, getting 67.55 percent of the vote to achieve an easy victory.

Republican Jefferson County Council Member Renee Reuter wace Democratic challengeron the opportunity to face off against Chsaryle Hermann, who was unnopposed in the Democratic portion of Tusday's primary.

Complete final, unofficial election results from Jefferson County:

 

Constitutional Amendment No. 2

YES 25,099  (85.07%) 
NO  4,406 (14.93%)

Fox C-6 School District Bond Issue

Shall Consolidated School District No. 6 of Jefferson County, Missouri, incur
indebtedness and issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $18,500,000 for the purpose of acquiring technology including equipment; repairing, renovating and improving existing school facilities and furnishing and equipping the same; purchasing school buses and converting the existing athletic facilities into multipurpose facilities?

If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the District is
estimated to remain unchanged at $0.3300 per one hundred dollars of assessed
valuation of real and personal property.

  • YES  6,240 (67.55%)
  • NO  2,997 (32.45%)

 

U.S. Senator (Democrat)

  • Claire McCaskill  - 9,291

U.S. Senator (Republican)

  • Todd Akin  - 7,110 (38.73%)
  • Jerry Beck  - 223 (1.21%)
  • Sarah Steelman  - 4,470 (24.35%)
  • John G. Brunner - 6,161 (33.56%)
  • Mark Memoly  - 68 (0.37%)
  • Mark Patrick Lodes  - 69 (0.38%)
  • Robert (Bob) Poole  - 128 (0.70%)
  • Hector Maldonado  - 127 (0.67%)

U.S. Senator (Libertarian)

  • Jonathan Dine  - 103


Governor (Democrat)

  • Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon- 9,208 (88.58%)
  • Clay Thunderhawk - 525 (5.05%)
  • William B. Campbell - 662 (6.37%)

Governor (Republican)

  • John D. Weiler - 1,802 (10.50%)
  • David (Dave) Spence - 10,851 (63.02%)
  • Bill Randles - 1,811 (10.55%)
  • Fred Sauer - 2,706 (15.76%)

Governor (Libertarian)

  • Jim Higgins  - 101


Lieutenant Governor (Democrat)

  • Susan Montee- 4,145 (43.67%)
  • Dennis Weisenburger- 645 (6.80%)
  • Fred Kratky - 501 (5.28%)
  • Becky Lee Plattner- 339 (3.57%)
  • Judy Baker - 952 (10.03%)
  • Sara Lampe - 1,010 (10.64%)
  • Jackie Townes McGee - 195 (2.05%)
  • Bill (William) Haas - 1,704 (17.95%)

Lieutenant Governor (Republican)

  • Charles W. Kullmann - 1,277 (7.31%)
  • Brad Lager - 6,236 (35.70%)
  • Peter Kinder - 8,688 (49.73%)
  • Mike Carter - 1,269 (7.26%)

Lieutenant Governor (Libertarian)

  • Matthew Copple  98

Lieutenant Governor (Constitution)

  • Cynthia L. Davis - 38

Secretary of State (Democrat)

  • Jason Kander- 8,636 (90.81%)
  • MD Rabbi Alam- 874 (9.19%)

Secretary of State (Republican)

  • Scott Rupp - 7,121 (43.15%)
  • Shane Schoeller - 6,466 (39.18%)
  • Bill Stouffer 2,917 (17.67%)

Secretary of State (Libertarian)

  • Cisse W. Spragins  96

Secretary of State (Constitution)

  • Justin Harter - 33

State Treasurer (Democrat)

  • Clint Zweifel - 9,211

State Treasurer (Republican)

  • Cole McNary 14,921

State Treasurer (Libertarian)

  • Sean O'Toole  101

Attorney General (Democrat)

  • Chris Koster - 9,361

Attorney General (Republican)

  • Ed Martin  - 14,139 (81.94%)
  • Adam Lee Warren - 3,116 (18.06%)

Attorney General (Libertarian)

  • Dave Browning  - 96

U.S. Representative – District 2 (Democrat)

  • Marshall Works- 289 - (17.17%)
  • George (Boots) Weber- 602 (35.77%)
  • Harold Whitfield - 322 (19.13%)
  • Glenn Koenen - 470 (27.93%)

U.S. Representative – District 2 (Republican)

  • John Morris - 308 (9.50%)
  • Ann Wagner - 2,145 (66.18%)
  • James O. Baker - 188 (5.80%)
  • Randy Jotte - 600 (18.51%)

U.S. Representative – District 2 (Libertarian)

  • Bill Slantz - 26

U.S. Representative – District 2 (Constitution)

  • Anatol Zorikova - 7

State Representative - District 97 (Democrat)

  • Sam Komo - 1,219

State Representative - District 97 (Republican)

  • John C. McCaherty - 2,129

State Representative - District 111 (Republican)

  • Derrick R. Good - 2,154

Circuit Judge -- Circuit 23, Division 1 (Democrat)

  • Robert G. (Bob) Wilkins - 8,918

Circuit Judge -- Circuit 23, Division 1 (Republican)

  • Stan Schnaare - 14,254

Circuit Judge -- Circuit 23, Division 4 (Democrat)

  • Mark T. Stoll - 9,143

 Circuit Judge -- Circuit 23, Division 5 (Democrat)

  • Lisa Page - 8,854

Jefferson County Council - District 2 (Democrat)

  • Cheryl Hermann - 1,079

Jefferson County Council - District 2 (Republican)

  • Renee Reuter  - 1,736 (78.55%)
  • DJ Cully - 474 (21.45%)

Jefferson County Sheriff (Democrat)

  • Oliver "Glenn" Boyer - 9,337

Jefferson County Sheriff (Republican)

  • Jason Jarvis - 3,417 (21.13%)
  • Kirk A. Ainley - 2,779 (17.18%)
  • Dan Stallman - 7,448 (46.05%)
  • Chris "Borgy" Borgerson - 2,529 (15.64%)

Jefferson County Treasurer (Democrat)

  • Linda Nees - 8,916

Jefferson County Treasurer (Republican)

  • Ken Horton - 9,844 (60.99%)
  • Trina Waller - 6,296 (39.01%)

Jefferson County Assessor (Democrat)

  • Stacey Jo Gannon 4,132 (43.02%)
  • Terry Roesch 5,473 (56.98%)

Jefferson County Assessor (Republican)

  • Mark Bindner - 5,064 (31.92%)
  • Rob Vescovo - 4,941 (31.14%)
  • Robert Boyer - 5,862 (36.94%)

Jefferson County Public Administrator (Democrat)

  • Bruce King - 6,337 (66.05%)
  • Nathan "Nate" Myers - 3,254 (33.95%)

Jefferson County Public Administrator (Republican)

  • Steve Farmer - 14,491

Imperial Township Committeeman  (Republican)

  • Dwight Vermette - 450 (24.51%)
  • Mark Paul - 1,369 (74.56%)

Imperial Township Committeewoman (Republican)

  • Sharon Groeteke - 995 (53.35%)
  • Diane Bast Berberich - 860 (46.11%)

Meramec Township Committeeman (Republican)

  • Dennis L. LaForest - 204 (15.45%)
  • Ken Hollenberg - 814 (61.67%)
  • Ralph E. Meuser - 296 (22.42%)

Meramec Township Committeewoman (Republican)

  • Linda VanDeRiet - 627 (48.23%)
  • Nicole Bradley - 665 (51.15%)

Rock Township Committeeman (Republican)

  • Bill Alter - 1,330 (67.27%)
  • Josh Dunn - 636 (32.17%)

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