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Republican Candidate - REP
Democratic Candidate - DEM
Libertarian Candidate - LIB
Constitution Candidate - CST
  Independent Candidate - IND

Precincts counted (of 48) 48  
Registered Voters 78,743  
Ballots Cast 48,440 61.52%

             
FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA           Back to Top
A vote for candidates for President and Vice President is a vote for their electors



       
VOTES %        
JOHN MCCAIN
SARAH PALIN
REP 31,634 65.67%    
BARACK OBAMA
JOE BIDEN
DEM 15,718 32.63% X      
BOB BARR
WAYNE A. ROOT
LIB 194 .40%        
CHUCK BALDWIN
DARRELL CASTLE
CST 123 .26%        
RALPH NADER
MATT GONZALES
IND 311 .65%        
(Write-In)   194 .40%        
             
FOR GOVERNOR VOTES %       Back to Top
KENNY HULSHOF REP 27,736 58.56% X      
JEREMIAH W. (JAY) NIXON DEM 18,661 39.40%        
ANDREW W. FINKELSTADT LIB 506 1.07%        
GREGORY E. THOMPSON CST 425 .90%        
(Write-In)
33
.07%        
 
       
FOR LIETENANT GOVERNOR VOTES %       Back to Top
PETER KINDER REP 31,354 67.40% X  
SAM PAGE DEM 13,961 30.01%    
TEDDY FLECK LIB 765 1.64%    
JAMES C. RENSING CST 403 .87%    
(Write-In)   33 .07%    
   
       
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE VOTES %       Back to Top
MITCHELL (MITCH) HUBBARD REP
26,313
56.7% X      
ROBIN CARNAHAN DEM
18,586
40.05%        
WES UPCHURCH LIB
713
1.54%        
DENISE C. NEELY CST
771
1.66%        
(Write-In)
27
.06%        
 
       
FOR STATE TREASURER
VOTES
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BRAD LAGER REP
31,291
68.35% X      
CLINT ZWEIFEL DEM
13,386
29.24%        
RODNEY D. FARTHING CST
1,072
2.34%        
(Write-In)
34
.07%        
 
       
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
VOTES
%        
MIKE GIBBONS REP
31,234
68.21% X      
CHRIS KOSTER DEM
14,492
31.65%        
(Write-In)
63
.14%        
 
       
FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
7TH DISTRICT
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VOTES
%
ROY BLUNT REP
34,476
72.96% X      
RICHARD MONROE DEM
11,477
24.29%        
KEVIN CRAIG LIB
790
1.67%        
TRAVIS MADDOX CST
479
1.01%        
(Write-In)
30
.06%        
 
       
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
126TH DISTRICT
       
VOTES
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ED EMERY REP
2,952
72.94% X      
LINDA MARIE CRANE DEM
1,094
27.03%        
(Write-In)
1
.02%        
 
       
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
127TH DISTRICT
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VOTES %
TOM FLANIGAN REP
14,165
98.72%        
(Write-In)
183
1.28%        
 
       
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
128TH DISTRICT
       
VOTES %
BRYAN PRESTON STEVENSON REP
13,607
98.36%        
(Write-In)
227
1.64%        
 
       
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 129TH DISTRICT
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VOTES %
RON RICHARD REP
8,990
97.29%        
(Write-In)  
250
2.71%        
 
       
FOR COMMISSIONER OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION EASTERN DISTRICT
       
VOTES %
JIM HONEY REP
21,562
98.31%        
(Write-In)
370
1.69%        
 
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FOR COMMISSIONER OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION
WESTERN DISTRICT
       
   
VOTES %
DARIEUS K. ADAMS REP
19,014
98.36%        
(Write-In)
318
1.64%        
 
       
FOR SHERIFF VOTES %       Back to Top
W. ARCHIE DUNN REP
38,826
96.61%        
(Write-In)
1,362
3.39%        
 
       
FOR ASSESSOR VOTES %        
CONNIE ALUMBAUGH-HOOVER REP
40,073
98.66%        
(Write-In)
543
1.34%        
 
       
FOR TREASURER VOTES %       Back to Top
WILMA "JEANNIE" WELLS REP
40,244
98.85%        
(Write-In)
470
1.15%        
 
       
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR VOTES %        
ANGIE CASAVECCHIA ASHENS REP
39,610
98.71%        
(Write-In)
517
1.29%        
             
FOR CORONER VOTES %       Back to Top
ROB CHAPPEL REP 25,927 59% X      
J.D. LOVE DEM 19,979 44%        
(Write-In) 75 .16%        
             

 


 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 1
Proposed by the 94th General Assembly
(First Regular Session) HJR 7
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Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to add a statement that English shall be the language of all governmental meetings at which any public business is discussed, decided, or public policy is formulated whether conducted in person or by communication equipment including conference calls, video conferences, or internet chat or message board?

It is estimated this proposal will have no costs or saving to state or local governmental entities.
         
         
         
         
         
         
VOTES %      
YES 40,672 89.53% X    
NO 4,756 10.47%      
 
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 4
Proposed by the 94th General Assembly
(Second Regular Session) SJR 45
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Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to change provisions relating to the financing of stormwater control projects by:          
  •  limiting availability of grants and loans to public water and sewer districts only
  • removing the cap on available funding and existing restrictions on disbursements;
  • requiring loan repayments to be used only for stormwater control projects?

It is estimated the cost to state governmental entities is $0 to $236,000 annually. It is estimated state governmental entities will save approximately $7,500 for each bond issuance. It is estimated  local governmental entities participating in this program may experience savings, however this amount is unknown.

         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
VOTES %      
YES 24,287 57.41% X    
NO 18,020 42.59%      
 
STATUTORY MEASURE PROPOSITION A
Proposed by Initiative Petition
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Shall Missouri law be amended to:          
  • repeal the current individual maximum loss limit for gambling;
  • prohibit any future loss limits;
  • require identification to enter the gambling area only if necessary to establish that an
    individual is 21 years old;
  • restrict the number of casinos to those already built or being built;
  • increase the casino gambling tax from 20% to 21%
  • create a new specific education fund from gambling tax proceeds generated as a result of this measure called the "Schools First Elementary and Secondary Education Improvement Fund"; and
  •  require annual audits of this new fund?

State governmental entities will receive an estimated $105.1 to $130.0 million annually for higher education, early childhood development, veterans, and other programs. Local governmental entities receiving gambling boat tax and fee revenues will receive an estimated $18.1 to $19.0 million annually.

         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
VOTES %      
YES 23,198 49.88%      
NO 23,312 50.12% X    
 
STATUTORY MEASURE PROPOSITION B
Proposed by Initiative Petition
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Shall Missouri law be amended to enable the elderly and Missourians with disabilities to continue living independently in their homes by creating the Missouri Quality Homecare Council to ensure the availability of quality home care services under the Medicaid program by recruiting training, and stabilizing the home care workforce?

The exact cost of this proposal to state governmental entities is unknown, but is estimated to exceed $510,560 annually. Additional costs for training are possible. Matching federal funds, if available, could reduce state costs. It is estimated there would be no costs or savings to local governmental entities.
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
VOTES %      
YES 28,950 63.31% X    
NO 16,779 36.69%      
 
STATUTORY MEASURE PROPOSITION C
Proposed by Initiative Petition
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Shall Missouri law be amended to require investor-owned electric utilities to generate or purchase electricity from renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, biomass and hydropower with the renewable energy sources equaling at least %2 of retail sales by 2011 increasing incrementally to at least 15% by 2021, including at least 2% from solar energy; and restricting to no more than 1% any rate increase to consumers for the renewable energy?

The estimated direct cost to state governmental entities is $395,183. It is estimated there are no direct costs or savings to local governmental entities. However, indirect costs may be incurred by state and local governmental entities if the proposal results in increased electricity retail rates.
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
VOTES %      
YES 27,565 61.70% X    
NO 17,113 38.30%      
 
JUDICIAL BALLOT         Back to Top
Submitting to the voters whether the Judge named below, whose term expires December 31, 2008, shall
be retained in office for a new term.
         
           
MISSOURI SUPREME COURT JUDGE          
Shall PATRICIA BRECKENRIDGE of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?          
VOTES %      
YES 30,809 75.68% X    
NO 9,903 24.32%      
 
Submitting to voters whether the Judges named below, whose terms expire December 31, 2008, shall be retained in office for new terms.         Back to Top
MISSOURI COURT OF APPEALS JUDGES, SOUTHERN DISTRICT          
Shall Judge Gary W. LYNCH of the Southern District Court of Appeals be retained in office?          
VOTES %      
YES 31,103 77.34% X    
NO 9,114 22.66%      
 
Shall Judge DANIEL E. SCOTT of the Southern District Court of Appeals be retained in office?         Back to Top
VOTES %      
YES 30,460 77.79% X    
NO 8,697 22.21%      
           
COUNTY-WIDE QUESTION          
Shall the County of Jasper impose a sales tax upon adult cabarets of ten percent of the gross receipts of any such business for a period not to exceed four years for the purpose of investigating the background of the employees of such business and for the general law enforcement use of the sheriff's office with existing revenues to be used for either purpose?          
         
         
         
VOTES %      
YES 28,019 62.74% X    
NO 10,640 37.26%      
           
JASPER COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES-EASTERN BOARD FOR BOARD MEMBER FOUR YEAR TERM         Back to Top
         
         
(Vote for Two) VOTES %      
LARRY NEWMAN 8,576 23.79% X    
DAN STANLEY 9,926 27.54% X    
GERALD D. GARDNER 3,780 10.49%      
J.D. WHITLEDGE 4,798 13.31%      
RANDY HAYCOCK 3,971 11.02%      
ALAN MARTIN 4,720 13.09%      
(Write-In) 180 .50%      
(Write-In) 97 .27%      
           
JASPER COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES-WESTERN BOARD FOR BOARD MEMBER FOUR YEAR TERM         Back to Top
         
         
(Vote for Two) VOTES %      
CARL R. FRANCIS 9,248 29.40% X    
JEFF MERRIMAN 7,178 22.82% X    
ERVIN L. WILSON 2,890 9.19%      
CHUCK GIBSON 6,925 22.02%      
LEE W. SMITH 4,871 5.49%      
(Write-In) 237 .75      
(Write-In) 106 .34      
           
JASPER COUNTY R-V SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION         Back to Top
Shall Jasper County R-V School District issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $4,744,000 to construct classrooms and a cafeteria with gymnasium, and to improve, repair, upgrade, furnish and equip school facilities including the construction of an enclosed corridor connecting existing facilities for improved student safety and security?

The authorization of the Bonds will authorize the levy and collection of an annual tax in addition to the other taxes provided for by law on all taxable tangible property in the District sufficient to pay the interest and principle of the Bonds as they fall due. the District's debt service tax levy is estimated to increase from $0 to $0.93 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation.
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
VOTES %      
YES 702 53.42% Issue did not receive the required votes to pass
NO 612 46.58%
           
CITY OF CARTHAGE QUESTION         Back to Top
Shall the City Limits of the City of Carthage, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that territory located in the County of Jasper, Missouri, commonly known as the Southwind Acres annexation area and as legally described below?          
         
VOTES %      
YES 2,606 60.18% Issue did not receive the required votes to pass
NO 1,724 39.82%
Beginning at a point 40 feet West and 70 feet South of the Northeast corner of Section 21, Township 28, Range 31 in Jasper County, Missouri, said point being at the point of intersection of the West right of way line of Grand Avenue and the South right of way line of Fir Road; thence South along the west right of way of Grand Avenue to the intersection of said West right of way of Grand Avenue with the North line of Lot 8 of South Wind Acres as recorded in Plat Book 8, Page 6 in the Jasper County Courthouse; thence West, along the North line of Lot 8 extended 660.75 feet to the Northeast corner of Lot 2 of said South Wind Acres; thence South 300 feet tot he Southeast corner of said Lot 2; thence West, 592.58 feet to the Southwest corner of Lot 31 of South Wind Acres; thence North, to the Northwest corner of Lot 22 of South Wind Acres, said point being on the South right of way line of Fir Road; thence East, 360.75 feet to the Northwest corner of Lot 21 of said Addition; thence South, 260.18 feet to the Southwest corner of Lot 20 of said Addition; thence East 300.75 feet to the Southeast corner of said Lot 20; thence North 260.78 feet to the Northeast corner of said Lot 21 and being on the South line of said Fir Road; thence East along said South line of fir Road to the Point of Beginning.

This afore described real estate incorporates the property commonly known as Lots 1, 2 9-19 and 22-31 of the subdivision known as Southwind Acres, and that property lying north and east of said subdivision bounded by Highway HH on the north and Route 571 (Grand Avenue) on the east.
         
           
VILLAGE OF AIRPORT DRIVE QUESTION         Back to Top
Shall the village of Airport Drive, Missouri impose a sales tax of one-half of one percent for transportation purposes?          
         
VOTES %      
YES 163 42.56%      
NO 220 57.44% X    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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