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August 7, 2012

ELECTION BALLOTS: Lawrence County

— With 20 of 20 precincts reporting, complete but unofficial returns from Tuesday’s primary election balloting are as follows:

U.S. SENATOR

Republicans

Todd Akin    2,207

Jerry Beck    87

Sarah Steelman    1,802

John G. Brunner    1,348

Mark Memoly    38

Mark Lodes    25

Robert Poole    59

Hector Maldonado    77

GOVERNOR

Republicans

John Weiler    380

David Spence    3,295

Bill Randles    677

Fred Sauer    918

Democrats

Jay Nixon    621

Clay Thunderhawk    47

William Campbell    34

LT. GOVERNOR

Republicans

Charles Kullman    396

Brad Lager    2,526

Peter Kinder    2,086

Mike Carter    453

Democrats

Susan Montee    307

D.Weisenburger    45

Fred Kratky    15

Becky Plattner    21

Judy Baker    41

Sara Lampe    161

Jackie McGee    8

Bill Haas    49

SECRETARY OF STATE

Republicans

Scott Rupp    1,289

Shane Schoeller    2,096

Bill Stouffer    1,945

Democrats

Jason Kander    559

MD Rabbi Alam    68

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Republicans

Ed Martin    3,218

Adam Warren    1,658

U.S. HOUSE

7th District

Republicans

Tom Stilson    968

Billy Long    2,520

Mike Moon    2,128

STATE SENATE

29th District

Republicans

James Strahan    699

Gayle Wridge    404

David Sater    3,402

Jim Strafuss    851

STATE HOUSE

158th District

Republicans

Scott Fitzpatrick    39

Mike Bennett    56

Frank Washburn    58

SHERIFF

Republicans

Brad DeLay    4,465

Rick Abney    689

Stacy Paulsen    412

COUNTY COMMISSION

Western District

Republicans

Derf Eukel    180

Rick Johnson    602

David Botts    996

Johnny Spencer    574

Jason Massie    374

Don Spradling    165

Rick Taylor    186

Eastern District

Joe Ruscha    2,064

Roger Stolting    367

STATE QUESTION

Constitutional Amendment No. 2

“Prayer Amendment”

Yes    5,855

No    536

FLOOD INSURANCE

Steps to comply for eligibility for federal flood insurance program.

Yes    5,045

No    1,197

MARIONVILLE

$1.3 million school bond issue.

Yes    511

No    308

Pierce City

$750,000 in revenue bonds for water and sewer.

Yes    158

No    22

UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES

The following candidates are unopposed and virtuarlly assured of nomination.

DEMOCRATS

U.S. senator — Claire McCaskill.

State treasurer — Clint Zweifel.

Attorney general — Chris Koster.

U.S. House — 7th District, Jim Evans.

County sheriff — Clinton J. Danforth.

REPUBLICANS

State treasurer — Cole McNary.

State House — 157th District, Don Ruzicka.

Circuit judge — Jack Goodman.

Public administrator — Pam Fobair.

County Commission — Western District, William Malan.

County assessor — Doug Bowerman.

Coroner — Scott Lakin.

LIBERTARIANS

U.S. senator — Jonathan Dine.

Governor — Jim Higgins.

Lieutenant governor — Matthew Copple.

Secretary of state — Cisse Spragins.

State treasurer — Sean O’Toole.

Attorney general — Dave Browning.

U.S. House — 7th District, Kevin Craig.

County sheriff — John J. Karriman.

CONSTITUTION

Lieutenant governor — Cynthia L. Davis.

Secretary of state — Justin Harter.

State House — 158th District, Sue Beck.

 

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