Missouri Midterm Elections Results 2018 | KCUR

Missouri Midterm Elections Results 2018

Nov 6, 2018

Tuesday's general election in Missouri decided one of the most closely watched U.S. Senate races in the country. Missouri voters also were asked whether they want to raise the minimum wage, pay a higher gas tax, reform redistricting and ethics for state government and legalize medical marijuana.

Below are unofficial results from the races and ballot initiatives that KCUR determined to be competitive. Other, and eventually official, results, are available from the Kansas City Election Board, Jackson County Election BoardClay County Board of Election Commissioners and Platte County Elections Board and the Missouri Secretary of State.

U.S. SENATE
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Josh Hawley (R): 1,245,732
Claire McCaskill (D): 1,101,377
Japheth Campbell (L): 27,413
Jo Crain (G): 13,165
Craig O'Dear (I): 33,142

STATE AUDITOR
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Saundra McDowell (R): 1,060,066
Nicole Galloway (D): 1,197,020
Sean O'Toole (L): 51,468
Don Fitz (G): 18,388
Jacob Luetkemeyer (C): 48,384

U.S. HOUSE, 4th DISTRICT
Precincts reporting: 385 of 385
Vicky Hartzler (R): 185,245
Renee Hoagenson (D): 93,861
Mark Bliss (L): 6,994

U.S. HOUSE, 5th DISTRICT
Precincts reporting: 410 of 410
Jacob Turk (R): 100,695
Emanuel Cleaver II (D): 173,592
Alexander Howell (L): 4,708
Maurice Copeland (G): 2,081
E.C. Fredland (C): 876

U.S. HOUSE, 6th DISTRICT
Precincts reporting: 501 of 501
Sam Graves (R): 199,580
Henry Robert Martin (D): 97,515
Dan Hogan (L): 7,859

Amendment No. 1 (redistricting, ethics, campaign finance)
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Yes: 1,459,576
No: 895,012

Amendment No. 2 (medical marijuana)
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Yes: 1,572,592
No: 826,777

Amendment No. 3 (medical marijuana)
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Yes: 747,977
No: 1,631,228

Amendment No. 4 (bingo)
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Yes: 1,186,642
No: 1,079,356

Proposition B (minimum wage increase)
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Yes: 1,488,368
No: 901,808

Proposition C (medical marijuana)
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Yes: 1,031,371
No: 1,339,299

Proposition D (gas tax increase)
Precincts reporting: 3,256 of 3,256
Yes: 1,101,830
No: 1,274,099

MISSOURI SENATE

District 8
Precincts reporting: 87 of 87
Mike Cierpiot (R): 41,094
Hillary Shields (D): 34,052

District 34
Precincts reporting: 54 of 54
Tony Luetkemeyer (R): 38,648
Martin Rucker (D): 35,015

MISSOURI HOUSE

District 13
Precincts reporting: 12 of 12
Vic Allred (R): 10,574
Mitch Weber (D): 8,856

District 14
Precincts reporting: 15 of 15
Kevin Corlew (R): 8,902
Matt Sain (D): 8,986

District 15
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Steve West (R): 5,398
Jon Carpenter (D): 9,261

District 16
Precincts reporting: 16 of 16
Noel J. Shull (R): 10,761
Tom Gorenc (D): 8,729

District 17
Precincts reporting: 19 of 19
Mary Hill (R): 6,595
Mark Ellebracht (D): 8,625

District 18
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Sarah Mills (R): 6,306
Wes Rogers (D): 8,343

District 20
Precincts reporting: 22 of 22
Bill E. Kidd (R): 8,198
Jessica Merrick (D): 4,846

District 23
Precincts reporting: 15 of 15
David Martin (R): 569
Barbara Anne Washington (D): 6,534
Jeff Francis (I): 299

District 30
Precincts reporting: 22 of 22
Jon Patterson (R): 9,135
Ryana Parks-Shaw (D): 8,040
Brad Eichstadt (L): 493

District 31
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Dan Stacy (R): 8,340
Travis Hagewood (D): 6,589

District 32
Precincts reporting: 17 of 17
Jeff Coleman (R): 9,068
Janice Brill (D): 5,867

District 34
Precincts reporting: 17 of 17
Rebecca Roeber (R): 8,871
James P. (Jim) Ripley (D): 7,791

District 35
Precincts reporting: 20 of 20
Tom Lovell (R): 8,005
Keri Ingle (D): 9,077

District 37
Precincts reporting: 19 of 19
John D. Boyd Jr. (R): 6,226
Joe Runions (D): 8,966

District 38
Precincts reporting: 23 of 23
Doug Richey (R): 9,328
Abby Zavos (D): 6,809

JACKSON COUNTY
Precincts reporting: 100 percent

Charter Changes: Y or N
Question 1:
Yes — 117,016
No — 119,282
Question 2:
Yes — 121,608
No — 117,439
Question 3:
Yes — 149,258
No — 90,653
Queston 4: Yes
Yes — 132,304
No — 105,608
Question 5:
Yes — 125,326
No — 109,382
Question 6:
Yes — 106,885
No — 124,166
Question 7:
Yes — 108,899
No — 126,748

Sheriff
Darryl Forte (D): 161,179
David Bernal (R): 86,351

KANSAS CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY LEVY TAX
Yes: 63,274
No: 12,588