November 3, 2020 - General Election

Below are the official election results for the November 3rd General Election. Click here to download a copy.

For statewide results, please visit the State of Missouri Election Night Reporting site. For other results, please refer to your preferred news outlet.

For President and Vice President

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Donald J. Trump / Michael R. Pence (Rep) 8,106 77.36%
Joseph R. Biden / Kamala D. Harris (Dem) 2,179 20.80%
Jo Jorgensen / Jeremy (Spike) Cohen (Lib) 150 1.43%
Howie Hawkins / Angela Nichole Walker (Grn) 22 0.21%
Don Blankenship / William Mohr (Cst) 12 0.11%
Write In 9 0.09%

For Governor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Mike Parson (Rep) 8,013 76.81%
Nichole Galloway (Dem) 2,178 20.88%
Rik Combs (Lib) 180 1.73%
Jerome Howard Bauer (Grn) 56 0.54%
Write In 5 0.05%

For Lieutenant Governor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Mike Kehoe (Rep) 8,025 78.03%
Alissa Canady (Dem) 2,008 19.53%
Bill Slantz (Lib) 167 1.62%
Kelley Dragoo (Grn) 78 0.76%
Write In 6 0.06%

For Secretary of State

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
John R. (Jay) Ashcroft (Rep) 8,157 78.89%
Yinka Faleti (Dem) 1,877 18.15%
Carl Herman Freese (Lib) 172 1.66%
Paul Lehmann (Grn) 87 0.84%
Paul Venable (Cst) 45 0.44%
Write In 2 0.02%

For State Treasurer

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Scott Fitzpatrick (Rep) 7,950 77.49%
Vicki Lorenz Englund (Dem) 2,046 19.94%
Nicholas (Nick) Kasoff (Lib) 202 1.97%
Joseph Civettini (Grn) 59 0.58%
Write In 3 0.03%

For Attorney General

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Eric Schmitt (Rep) 8,073 78.65%
Rich Finneran (Dem) 1,899 18.50%
Kevin C. Babcock (Lib) 285 2.78%
Write In 7 0.07%

For United States Representative District 4

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Vicky Hartzler (Rep) 7,977 77.24%
Lindsey Simmons (Dem) 2,072 20.06%
Steven K. Koonse (Lib) 272 2.63%
Write In 6 0.06%

For United States Representative District 57

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Rodger L. Reedy (Rep) 4,126 99.25%
Write In 31 0.75%

For State Representative District 125

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Jim Kalberloh (Rep) 5,006 98.16%
Write In 94 1.84%

For North District Commissioner

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Scott Harms (Rep) 4,654 99.02%
Write In 46 0.98%

For South District Commissioner

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Larry G. Berry (Rep) 3.460 66.80%
John Spry (Dem) 1,706 32.93%
Write In 14 0.27%

For Sheriff

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Eric Knox (Rep) 9,257 98.17%
Write In 173 1.83%

For Assessor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Jim Hansen (Rep) 9,111 98.98%
Write In 94 1.02%

Coroner

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
J. Weston Miller (Rep) 9,092 99.14%
Write In 79 0.86%

For Surveyor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Jesse W. Wininger (Rep) 8,946 99.07%
Write In 84 0.93%

For Public Administrator

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Lori Johnson Dunkin (Rep) 8,839 98.51%
Write In 134 1.49%

Official Judge Ballot

Missouri Supreme Court Judge

Shall Judge PATRICIA BRECKENRIDGE of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 7,406 79.09%
No 1,958 20.91%

Missouri Court of Appeals Judge, Western District

Shall Judge TOM CHAPMAN of the Western District Court of Appeals be retained in office?

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 7,418 79.66%
No 1,894 20.34%

Constitutional Amendment No. 1

Proposed by the 100th General Assembly (First Regular Session) (SS SCS SJR 14 & 9)

Do you want to amend the Missouri Constitution to extend the two term restriction that currently applies to the Governor and Treasurer to the Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor and the Attorney General?

State and local government entities estimate no costs or savings from this proposal.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 4,799 47.78%
No 5,245 52,55%

Constitutional Amendment No. 3

Proposed by the 100th General Assembly (Second Regular Session) (SS 3 SJR 38)

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to:

  • Ban gifts from paid lobbyists to legislators and their employees;
  • Reduce legislative campaign contribution limits;
  • Change the redistricting process voters approved in 2018 by: (i) transferring responsibility for drawing state legislative districts from the Nonpartisan State Demographer to Governor-appointed bipartisan commissions; (ii)modifying and reordering the redistricting criteria.

State governmental entities expect no cost or savings. Individual local governmental entities expect significant decreased revenues of a total unknown amount.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 5,889 58.28%
No 4,216 41,72%

Results are for Benton County, Missouri ONLY.
Results as of  11/03/2020, 20:41 (8 of 8 Precincts Reported; 70.85% Voter Turnout)