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Aug. 7 Primary Election Results - St. Louis City/County Area



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August 08, 2018
 
Results are unofficial until certified.

U.S. Senator
Republican
Tony Monetti - 64,718 - 10%
Austin Petersen - 54,810 - 8%
Josh Hawley - 389,006 - 59%
Fred Ryman - 8,763 - 1%
Christina Smith - 34,948 - 5%
Kristi Nichols - 49,554 - 7%
Bradley Krembs - 4,885 - <1%
Ken Patterson - 19,537 - 3%
Brian G. Hagg - 6,913 - 1%
Courtland Sykes - 13,862 - 2%
Peter Pfeifer - 16,557 - 3%

Democrat
Carla (Coffee) Wright - 40,971 - 7%
Angelica Earl - 15,453 - 3%
Leonard Joseph Steinman II - 7,634 - 1%
John Hogan - 15,928 - 3%
Travis Gonzalez - 9,453 - 2%
David Faust - 15,902 - 3%
Claire McCaskill - 500,162 - 83%

Libertarian
Japheth Campbell - 5,357 - 100%

Green
Jo Crain - 902 - 57%
Jerome Bauer - 666 - 43%

State Auditor
Republican
Kevin M. Roach - 143,745 - 24%
David Wasinger - 158,071 - 27%
Paul Curtman - 97,055 - 16%
Saundra McDowell - 192,814 - 33%

Democrat
Nicole Galloway - 515,398 - 100%

Libertarian
Sean O'Toole - 5,421 - 100%

Green
Don Fitz - 1,485 - 100%

Constitution
Jacob Luetkemeyer - 1,088 - 100%

U.S. Representative - District 1
Republican
Camille Lombardi-Olive - 4,820 - 32.6%
Robert Vroman - 5,095 - 35%
Edward L Van Deventer Jr. - 4,864 - 32.9%

Democrat
Cori Bush - 53,056 - 37%
DeMarco K. Davidson - 4,229 - 3%
Joshua Shipp - 4,959 - 4%
Lacy Clay - 81,426 - 57%

Libertarian
Robb Cunningham - 478 - 100%

U.S. Representative - District 2
Republican
Ann Wagner - 72,173 - 90%
Noga Sachs - 8,115 - 10%

Democrat
Mark J. Osmack - 27,389 - 25%
(William) Bill Haas - 21,151 - 20%
Cort VanOstran - 45,248 - 42%
John Messmer - 10,503 - 10%
Robert W. Hazel - 4,321 - 4%

Libertarian
Larry A. Kirk - 905 - 100%

Green
David Justus Arnold - 174 - 100%

State Senate - District 4
Republican
Robert J. Crump - 4,731 - 100%

Democrat
Karla May - 20,204 - 57%
Jacob W. Hummel - 15,137 - 43%

State Senate - District 24
Republican
Gregory B. Powers - 11,182 - 100%

Democrat
Jill Schupp - 27,419 - 100%

Libertarian
Jim Higgins - 224 - 100%

State Representative - District 76
Democrat
Cydney E. Johnson - 204 - 3%
Damon Haymer - 213 - 3%
Marissa Brown - 2,530 - 40%
Chris Carter - 3,347 - 53%

State Representative - District 77
Democrat
Steve Roberts - 3,202 - 53%
Kimberly-Ann Collins - 2,840 - 47%

State Representative - District 78
Democrat
Bruce Franks Jr. - 4,730 - 100%

State Representative - District 79
Democrat
LaKeySha Bosley - 3,385 - 50%
J.P. Johnson - 2,043 - 30%
Reign Harris - 440 - 7%
Maxine Johnson - 872 - 13%

Libertarian
Dan Elder - 12 - 100%

State Representative - District 80
Democrat
Peter Merideth - 6,258 - 79%
Mariah Vandiver - 1,629 - 21%

State Representative - District 81
Democrat
Steve Butz - 2,899 - 51%
Travis Estes - 2,809 - 49%

State Representative - District 82
Republican
Erik Shelquist - 1,365 - 100%

Democrat
Donna M.C. Baringer - 6,090 - 74%
Fred Kratky - 2,171 - 26%

State Representative - District 83
Democrat
Gina Mitten - 7,445 - 100%

Libertarian
Andrew Bolin - 57 - 100%

State Representative - District 84
Democrat
Wiley Price IV - 3,710 - 56%
Brad Bakker - 2,903 - 44%

State Representative - District 85
Republican
Steven McKnight - 678 - 100%

Democrat
Kevin L. Windham, Jr. - 3,070 - 44%
Errol S. Bush - 2,535 - 36%
Jacob Walters - 423 - 6%
Eric B. Reese - 997 - 14%

State Representative - District 86
Democrat
Farrakhan Shegog - 2,662 - 31%
Maria N. Chappelle-Nadal - 4,388 - 50%
Gloria (Glo) Nickerson - 1,060 - 12%
Bobby Shields - 599 - 7%

State Representative - District 87
Republican
Steven G. Bailey - 1,386 - 100%

Democrat
Ian Mackey - 3,958 - 51%
Sam K. Gladney - 3,813 - 49%

Green
Robert W. Warbin - 11 - 100%

State Representative - District 88
Republican
Karan Pujji - 883 - 41%
Lloyd Nolan - 1,285 - 59%

Democrat
Tracy McCreery - 6,474 - 100%

Libertarian
Stephen Johnson - 48 - 100%

State Representative - District 89
Republican
Dean Plocher - 3,979 - 100%

Democrat
Kevin FitzGerald - 5,222 - 100%

State Representative - District 90
Democrat
Deb Lavender - 8,189 - 100%

State Representative - District 91
Republican
Jennifer Bird - 2,407 - 100%

Democrat
Sarah Unsicker - 8,476 - 100%

Libertarian
James Scariot - 57 - 100%

State Representative - District 93
Democrat
Bob Burns - 4,116 - 100%

State-Wide Prop. A
Do the people of the state of Missouri want to adopt Senate Bill 19 ("Right-to-Work") as passed by the general assembly in 2017, which prohibits as a condition of employment the forced membership in a labor organization (union) or forced payments of dues in full or pro-rata (fair-share); make any activity which violates employees' rights illegal and ineffective; allow legal remedies for anyone injured as a result of another person violating or threatening to violate employees' rights; and which shall not apply to union agreements entered into before the effective date of Senate Bill 19? State and local government entities expect no costs or savings.
YES - 452,075 - 33%
NO - 937,241 - 68%

City of St. Louis - Proposition 1
Proposition to issue bonds of the City of St. Louis, Missouri in an amount not to exceed $50 million for the purpose of planning, purchasing, replacing, improving and maintaining the buildings, bridges, computer software/ hardware, and equipment of the City of St. Louis, including (1) acquiring fire trucks, ambulances, and other fire-fighting apparatus for the St. Louis Fire Department, (2) acquiring radio equipment for the Police Department, (3) providing match share funds to repair, renovate, and replace bridges, (4) renovating buildings and facilities owned by the City of St. Louis including courthouses, correctional facilities, City Hall and other City buildings; and (5) for expenses associated with the issuance of the bonds. If this proposition is approved, the property tax levy is estimated to remain unchanged.
YES - 49,715 - 76%
NO - 16,058 - 24%

St. Louis - Collector of Revenue
Democrat
Gregory F.X. Daly - 51,476 - 100%

St. Louis - License Collector
Republican
Zachary M. Syberg - 4,477 - 100%

Democrat
Mavis "Tessa" Thompson - 29,992 - 56%
Dana Kelly-Franks - 23,957 - 44%

St. Louis - Recorder of Deeds
Democrat
Michael Butler - 27,799 - 51%
Sharon Quigley Carpenter - 23,008 - 42%
Jimmie Matthews - 3,986 - 7%

St. Louis County Executive
Republican
Paul Berry, III - 31,841 - 57%
Daniel Sampson - 24,533 - 44%

Democrat
Mark Mantovani - 90,330 - 49.7%
Steve Stenger - 91,487 - 50.3%

Libertarian
Nicholas (Nick) Kasoff - 1,103 - 100%

Constitution
Andrew Ostrowski - 178 - 100%

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney
Democrat
Wesley Bell - 103,018 - 57%
Robert P. McCulloch - 78,934 - 43%

St. Louis County Assessor
Republican
Dan Hyatt - 54,027 - 100%

Democrat
Jake Zimmerman - 152,284 - 100%

Libertarian
Jeff Coleman - 752 - 69%
Theo Brown, Sr. - 335 - 31%

St. Louis County Council - 1st District
Democrat
Hazel M. Erby - 23,241 - 100%

St. Louis County Council - 5th District
Democrat
Pat Dolan - 11,196 - 36%
Lisa Clancy - 17,978 - 58%
Michael Burton - 1,949 - 6%


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