November 8, 2016
General Election

Below are the official results for the November 8, 2016 General Election. To learn more about state ballot issues, please visit the MO Secretary of State's Office website.

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

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For President and Vice President

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Hillary Rodham Clinton/Timothy Michael Kaine (DEM) 2,025 21.01%
Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence (REP) 7,213 74.85%
Gary Johnson/Bill Weld (LIB) 278 2.89%
Darrell L. Castle/Scott N. Bradley (CST) 32 0.33%
Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka (GRN) 41 0.43%
Write In 47 0.49%

For United States Senator

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Jason Kander (DEM) 3,097 32.50%
Roy Blunt (REP) 5,891 61.82%
Jonathan Dine (LIB) 300 3.15%
Fred Ryman (CST) 131 1.37%
Johnathan McFarland (GRN) 103 1.08%
Write In 8 0.08%

For Governor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Chris Koster (DEM) 3,199 33.53%
Eric Greitens (REP) 6,047 63.39%
Cisse W. Spragins (LIB) 140 1.47%
Don Fitz (GRN) 47 0.49%
Lester Benton (Less) Turilli, Jr. (IND) 103 1.08%
Write In 4 0.04%

For Lieutenant Governor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Russ Carnahan (DEM) 2,390 25.22%
Mike Parson (REP) 6,646 70.14%
Steven R. Hedrick (LIB) 215 2.27%
Jennifer Leach (GRN) 218 2.30%
Write In 7 0.07%

For Secretary of State

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Robin Smith (DEM) 2,185 23.15%
John (Jay) Ashcroft (REP) 6,826 72.31%
Chris Morrill (Lib) 422 4.47%
Write In 7 0.07%

For State Treasurer

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Judy Baker (DEM) 2,321 24.81%
Eric Schmitt (REP) 6,657 71.15%
Sean O'Toole (LIB) 261 2.79%
Carol Hexem (GRN) 111 1.19%
Write in 6 0.06%

For Attorney General

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Teresa Hensley (DEM) 2,689 28.53%
Josh Hawley (REP) 6,724 71.33%
Write In 13 0.14%

For United States Representative District 4

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Gordon Christensen (DEM) 2,056 21.86%
Vicky Hartzler (REP) 6,928 73.66%
Mark Bliss (LIB) 413 4.39%
Write In 9 0.10%

For State Representative District 57

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
William A. Grimes (DEM) 1,101 26.66%
Wanda Brown (REP) 3,026 73.27%
Write In 3 0.07%

For State Representative District 125

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Warren D. Love (REP) 4,539 98.40%
Write In 74 1.60%

For County Commissioner North District

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Jim Hansen (REP) 4,092 98.82%
Write In 49 1.18%

For County Commissioner South District

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Dale "JR" Estes (REP) 4,089 98.44%
Write In 65 1.56%

For Sheriff

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Eric Knox (REP) 6,222 66.19%
Glenn Spencer (IND) 3,153 33.54%
Write In 25 0.27%

For Assessor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Rodger L. Reedy (REP) 8,330 99.27%
Write In 61 0.73%

For Coroner

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
J. Weston Miller (REP) 8,217 99.48%
Write In 43 0.52%

For Surveyor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Jesse W. Wininger (REP) 8,138 99.57%
Write In 35 0.43%

For Public Administrator

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Lori Johnson Dunkin (REP) 8,007 98.94%
Write In 86 1.06%

Missouri Supreme Court Judge

Shall Judge RICHARD B. TEITELMAN of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 5,719 65.69%
No 2,987 34.31%

Constitutional Amendment No. 1

Proposed by Article IV, Section 47(c) Missouri Constitution (SJR 1, 2005)

Shall Missouri continue for 10 years the one-tenth of one percent sales/use tax that is used for soil and water conservation and for state parks and historic sites, and resubmit this tax to the voters for approval in 10 years?

The measure continues and does not increase the existing sales and use tax of one-tenth of one percent for 10 years. The measure would continue to generate approximately $90 million annually for soil and water conservation and operation of the state park system.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 7,188 76.76%
No 2,176 23.24%

Constitutional Amendment No. 2

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to: establish limits on campaign contributions by individuals or entities to political parties, political committees, or committees to elect candidates for state or judicial office; prohibit individuals and entities from intentionally concealing the source of such contributions; require corporations or labor organizations to meet certain requirements in order to make such contributions; and provide a complaint process and penalties for any violations of this amendment?

It is estimated this proposal will increase state government costs by at least $118,000 annually and have an unknown change in costs for local governmental entities. Any potential impact of revenues for state and local governmental entities is unknown.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 6,475 70.25%
No 2,742 29.75%

Constitutional Amendment No. 3

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to: increase taxes on cigarettes each year through 2020, at which point this additional tax will total 60 cents per pack of 20; create a fee paid by cigarette wholesalers of 67 cents per pack of 20 on certain cigarettes, which fee shall increase annually; and deposit funds generated by these taxes and fees into a newly established Early Childhood Health and Education Trust Fund?

When cigarette tax increases are fully implemented, estimated additional revenue to state government is $263 million to $374 million annually, with limited estimated implementation costs. The revenue will fund only programs and services allowed by the proposal. The fiscal impact to local governmental entities is unknown.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 3,145 33.41%
No 6,267 66.59%

Constitutional Amendment No. 4

Proposed By Initiative Petition

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to prohibit a new state or local sales/use tax or other similar tax on any service or transaction that was not subject to a sales/use or similar tax as of January 1, 2015?

Potential costs to state and local governmental entities are unknown, but could be significant. The proposal's passage would impact governmental entity's ability to revise their tax structures. State and local governments expect no savings from this proposal.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 6,511 70.06%
No 2,783 29.94%

Constitutional Amendment No. 6

Proposed by the 98th General Assembly (Second Regular Session) SS HJR 53

Shall the Constitution of Missouri be amended to state that voters may be required by law, which may be subject to exception, to verify one's identity, citizenship, and residence by presenting identification that may include valid government-issued photo identification?

The proposed amendment will result in no costs or savings because any potential costs would be due to the enactment of a general law allowed by this proposal. If such a general law is enacted, the potential costs to state and local governments is unknown, but could exceed $2.1 million annually.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 6,676 72.37%
No 2,549 27.63%

Proposition A

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Shall Missouri law be amended to: increase taxes on cigarettes in 2017, 2019, and 2021, at which point this additional tax will total 23 cents per pack of 20; increase the tax paid by sellers on other tobacco products by 5 percent of manufacturer's invoice price use funds generated by these taxes exclusively to fund transportation infrastructure projects and repeal these taxes if a measure to increase any tax or fee on cigarettes or other tobacco products is certified to appear on any local or statewide ballot?

State government revenue will increase by approximately $95 million to $103 million annually when cigarette and tobacco tax increases are fully implemented, with the new revenue earmarked for transportation infrastructure. Local government revenues could decrease approximately $3 million annually due to decreased cigarette and tobacco sales.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 3,439 36.93%
No 5,874 63.07%

Law Enforcement Sales Tax

Shall the County of Benton, Missouri, impose a county-wide sales tax in the amount of one-eighth of one percent (0.00125%) for the purpose of providing law enforcement services for the county?

Yes/NO Votes % of Votes
Yes 5,446 58.05%
No 3,935 41.95%

Proposition

Shall the Climax Springs R-IV School District borrow money in the amount of Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000), and issue general obligation bonds for the payment thereof, for purposes of purpose of constructing, furnishing and equipping additions to existing school buildings, and improving, furnishing and equipping existing school buildings and related facilities, including but not limited to (1) constructing a classroom addition to the elementary school, intended to also serve as a storm shelter, and (2) making safety and security improvements, including enclosing and securing corridor connecting high school and elementary school, asbestos abatement, securing exterior doors district-wide, installing security cameras and structural repairs to front wall of the old high school building?

If this proposition is approved, the District's debt service levy is estimated to increase by approximately 23 cents, from $0.00 to $0.23, per $100 of assessed caluation of real and personal property.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 25 62.50%
No 15 37.50%

Results are for Benton County, Missouri ONLY.
Results as of  11/08/2016, 20:50 (8 of 8 Precincts Reported)