FINAL: Live General Election updates for Pettis County


Democrat Staff



The Democrat is at the Pettis County Courthouse watching results come in live for the General Election. Here are the county-wide results with all 18 precincts reporting. With final statewide and presidential results in, it seems Pettis County agreed with the rest of Missouri and the U.S. on almost all candidates and issues:

• U.S. President and Vice President

· Democrat: Hillary Rodham Clinton and Timothy Michael Kaine — 4,322, 23.77 percent

· Republican: Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence — 12,792, 70.36 percent

· Libertarian: Gary Johnson and Bill Weld — 733, 4.03 percent

· Constitution: Darrell L. Castle and Scott N. Bradley — 86, 0.47 percent

· Green Party: Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka — 112, 0.62 percent

• U.S. Senator

· Democrat: Jason Kander — 6,652, 37 percent

· Republican: Roy Blunt (incumbent) — 10,343, 57.54 percent

· Libertarian: Jonathan Dine — 538, 2.99 percent

· Constitution: Fred Ryman — 184, 1.02 percent

· Green Party: Johnathan McFarland — 251, 1.4 percent

• Governor

· Democrat: Chris Koster — 6,272, 34.86 percent

· Republican: Eric Greitens — 11,138, 61.91 percent

· Libertarian: Cisse W. Spragins — 273, 1.52 percent

· Green Party: Don Fitz — 143, 0.79 percent

· Independent: Lester Benton “Les” Turilli Jr. — 148, 0.82 percent

• Lieutenant Governor

· Democrat: Russ Carnahan — 4,938, 27.68 percent

· Republican: Mike Parson — 11,945, 66.95 percent

· Libertarian: Steven R. Hedrick — 537, 3.01 percent

· Green Party: Jennifer Leach — 415, 2.33 percent

• Secretary of State

· Democrat: Robin Smith — 4,684, 26.29 percent

· Republican: John (Jay) Ashcroft — 12,271, 68.88 percent

· Libertarian: Chris Morrill — 853, 4.79 percent

• State Treasurer

· Democrat: Judy Baker — 4,918, 27.9 percent

· Republican: Eric Schmitt — 11,869, 67.33 percent

· Libertarian: Sean O’Toole — 594, 3.37 percent

· Green Party: Carol Hexem — 238, 1.35 percent

• Attorney General

· Democrat: Teresa Hensley — 5,459, 30.79 percent

· Republican: Josh Hawley — 12,262, 69.15 percent

• U.S. Representative, District 4

· Democrat: Gordon Christensen — 4,210, 23.69 percent

· Republican: Vicky Hartzler (incumbent) — 12,617, 71 percent

· Libertarian: Mark Bliss — 936, 5.27 percent

• State Representative, District 48

· Republican: Dave Muntzel (incumbent) — 1,327, 84.68 percent

· Independent: Debra “Debbie” Dilks — 239, 15.25 percent

• State Representative, District 51

· Democrat: John Cozort — 298, 18.12 percent

· Republican: Dean Dohrman (incumbent) — 1,345, 81.76 percent

• State Representative, District 52

· Democrat: Kyle Garner — 3,518, 29.43 percent

· Republican: Nathan Beard (incumbent) — 8,432, 70.54 percent

• State Representative, District 54

· Democrat: Bob Gregory — 547, 21.93 percent

· Republican: Dan Houx — 1,784, 71.53 percent

· Libertarian: Steve Daugherty — 158, 6.34 percent

• Pettis County Eastern Commissioner

· Democrat: Charles McCormack — 2,904, 35 percent

· Republican: Brent Hampy (incumbent) — 5,383, 64.89 percent

• Pettis County Western Commissioner

· Republican: Jim Marcum (incumbent) — 8,481, 99.09 percent

• Pettis County Assessor

· Republican: Christopher C. Woolery — 16,044, 99.43 percent

• Pettis County Coroner

· Republican: Robert “Skip” Smith (incumbent) —16,015, 99.05 percent

• Pettis County Public Administrator

· Democrat: Charli Ackerman (incumbent) — 14,655, 98.56 percent

• Pettis County Sheriff

· Republican: Kevin C. Bond (incumbent) — 16,385, 98.9 percent

• Pettis County Surveyor

· Democrat: Kerry Turpin (incumbent) — 14,649, 98.79 percent

• Pettis County Treasurer

· Republican: Kim Lyne (incumbent) — 15,928, 99.51 percent

• Missouri Supreme Court Judge

· Shall Judge Richard B. Teitelman be retained in office?

Yes: 11,195, 68.03 percent

No: 5,261, 31.97 percent

• Constitutional Amendment No. 1

Yes: 14,404, 81.16 percent

No: 3,344, 18.84 percent

• Constitutional Amendment No. 2

Yes: 12,385, 70.84 percent

No: 5,099, 29.16 percent

• Constitutional Amendment No. 3

Yes: 6,640, 37.24 percent

No: 11,192, 62.76 percent

• Constitutional Amendment No. 4

Yes: 12,176, 69.02 percent

No: 5,465, 30.98 percent

• Constitutional Amendment No. 6

Yes: 12,798, 72.63 percent

No: 4,822, 27.37 percent

• Proposition A

Yes: 7,300, 41.31 percent

No: 10,371, 58.69 percent

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Democrat Staff

Percentages may not add up to 100 percent due to possible write-in votes, which are not included in this list.

Sedalia Democrat

Percentages may not add up to 100 percent due to possible write-in votes, which are not included in this list.

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