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 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 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 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-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%

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 - 3rd District

Democrat

Paul Ward - 20,567 - 100%

Republican

Tim Fitch 12,036 - 100%

St. Louis County Council - 5th District

Democrat

Pat Dolan - 11,196 - 36%

Lisa Clancy - 17,978 - 58%

Michael Burton - 1,949 - 6%

St. Louis County - Charter Amendment 2

Shall the St. Louis County Charter be amended to provide that the council may appoint an attorney, licensed to practice law in Missouri, to its executive staff, and enter into a contract with outside private counsel, who shall be an attorney licensed to practice law in Missouri?

YES - 124,685 - 50%

NO - 124,674 - 50%

St. Louis County - Charter Amendment 3

Shall the St. Louis County Charter be amended to provide that the term employment as used in the County Charter, Section 2.170, shall be strictly interpreted as prescribed in state law, specifically 8 CSR 10-4.150, as that regulation existed on April 12, 2018?

YES - 132,428 - 55%

NO - 109,493 - 45%