The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO

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August 7, 2012

ELECTION BALLOTS: McDonald County

— With 19 of 19 precincts reporting, complete but unofficial returns from Tuesday’s primary election balloting are as follows:

U.S. SENATOR

Republicans

Todd Akin    903

Jerry Beck    78

Sarah Steelman    788

John G. Brunner    512

Mark Memoly    25

Mark Lodes    17

Robert Poole    36

Hector Maldonado    41

GOVERNOR

Republicans

John Weiler    240

David Spence    1,102

Bill Randles    399

Fred Sauer    456

Democrats

Jay Nixon    365

Clay Thunderhawk    36

William Campbell    40

LT. GOVERNOR

Republicans

Charles Kullman    152

Brad Lager    847

Peter Kinder    947

Mike Carter    343

Democrats

Susan Montee    130

D.Weisenburger    41

Fred Kratky    10

Becky Plattner    17

Judy Baker    46

Sara Lampe    39

Jackie McGee    8

Bill Haas    103

SECRETARY OF STATE

Republicans

Scott Rupp    565

Shane Schoeller    665

Bill Stouffer    911

Democrats

Jason Kander    385

MD Rabbi Alam    27

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Republicans

Ed Martin    1,299

Adam Warren    726

U.S. HOUSE

7th District

Republicans

Tom Stilson    331

Billy Long    1,672

Mike Moon    355

STATE SENATE

29th District

Republicans

James Strahan    421

Gayle Wridge    281

David Sater    1,209

Jim Strafuss    309

STATE HaOUSE

160th District

Republicans

Bill Lant    1,405

Freddie Jennings    1,013

Sheriff

Democrats

Robert Evenson    439

D. Richmond    47

COUNTY COMMISSION

Eastern District

Republicans

Joe Stephens    426

John Bunch    509

Sam Gaskill    377

Western District

Ronnie Walker    436

David Holloway    593

Charles Clark    51

Samuel Stokes III    83

Assessor

Republicans

Laura Pope    1,500

Patrick Tinsley    929

STATE QUESTION

Constitutional Amendment No. 2

“Prayer Amendment”

Yes    2,744

No    199

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 Commission — Western District, Nadine Sexson.

REPUBLICANS

State treasurer — Cole McNary.

State House — 161st District, Bill Reiboldt.

Circuit judge — Timothy W. Perigo.

County sheriff — Michael Hall.

Public administrator — Donna Underwood.

Coroner — B.J. Goodwin III.

County surveyor — Travis Green.

LIBERTARIANS

U.S. senator — Jonathan Dine.

Governor — Jim Higgins.

Lieutenant governor — Matthew Copple.

Secretary of state — Cisse W. Spragins.

State treasurer — Sean O’Toole.

Attorney general — Dave Browning.

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

CONSTITUTION

Lieutenant governor — Cynthia L. Davis.

Secretary of state — Justin Harter.

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