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Missouri election results: Hawley and others who won key races in the 2018 midterms

Josh Hawley defeats incumbent Claire McCaskill in Missouri Senate race

Republican attorney general Josh Hawley defeated incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill in the Missouri Senate race.
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Republican attorney general Josh Hawley defeated incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill in the Missouri Senate race.

This is a list of the winners only from key Missouri-side races.

U.S. Senator: Josh Hawley, R

State Auditor: Nicole Galloway, D

U.S. Representative 4th District: Vicky Hartzler, R

U.S. Representative 5th District: Emanuel Cleaver II, D

U.S. Representative 6th District: Sam Graves, R

Jackson, Clay, Platte and Cass counties

State Senator 8th District: Mike Cierpiot, R

State Senator 12th District: Dan Hegeman, R

State Senator 34th District: Tony Luetkemeyer, R

State Representative 8th District: James W. (Jim) Neely, R

12th District: Kenneth Wilson, R

13th District: Vic Allred, R

14th District: Matt Sain, D

15th District: Jon Carpenter, D

16th District: Noel J. Shull, R

17th District: Mark Ellebracht, D

18th District: Wes Rogers, D

19th District: Ingrid Burnett, D

20th District: Bill E. Kidd, R

21st District: Robert Sauls, D

22nd District: Brandon Ellington, D

23rd District: Barbara Anne Washington, D

24th District: Judy Morgan, D

25th District: Greg Razer, D

26th District: Ashley Bland Manlove, D

27th District: Richard Brown, D

28th District: Jerome Barnes, D

29th District: Rory Rowland, D

30th District: Jon Patterson: R

31st District: Dan Stacy, R

32nd District: Jeff Coleman, R

33rd District: Donna Pfautsch, R

34th District: Rebecca Roeber, R

35th District: Keri Ingle, D

36th District: DaRon McGee, D

37th District: Joe Runions, D

38th District: Doug Richey, R

53rd District: Glen Kolkmeyer, R

55th District: Mike Haffner, R

56th District: Jack Bondon, R

57th District: Rodger L. Reedy, R

Cass County Prosecuting Attorney: Ben Butler, R

Jackson County Executive: Frank White Jr., D

Jackson County Legislature 1st District - At Large: Jalen Anderson, D

Jackson County Legislature 2nd District - At Large: Crystal J. Williams: D

Jackson County Legislature 3rd District - At Large: Tony Miller, D

Jackson County Legislature 1st District: Scott Burnett, D

Jackson County Legislature 2nd District: Ron Finley, D

Jackson County Legislature 3rd District: Charlie Franklin, D

Jackson County Legislature 4th District: Daniel T. Tarwater III, D

Jackson County Legislature 5th District: Jeanie Lauer, R

Jackson County Legislature 6th District: Theresa Galvin, R

Jackson County Sheriff: Darryl Forte, D

Constitutional Amendment No. 1: (Pertaining, in part, to changing process for redrawing legislative districts, changing limits on campaign contributions, limiting gifts for legislators.). Yes

Constitutional Amendment No. 2: (Pertains to allowing use of medical marijuana, use of funds for state Veterans Commission, program to license/certify facilities. Generate taxes, fees of $18 million. Operating costs $7 million.) Yes

Constitutional Amendment No. 3: (Pertains to allowing use of medical marijuana, use of funds for cancer other medical conditions. Generate taxes, fees of $66 million. Initial implementation costs $186,000, increased annual cost of $500,000.) No

Proposition B: (Pertains to increasing state minimum wage.) Yes

Kansas City Public Library Question: For the purpose of renovating and replacing aging Library facilities, enhancing spaces, safety and programming for children, seniors and families, expanding services, access to computers and collections to serve public demand, and for the general operation of public libraries, shall the Board of Trustees of the Kansas City Public Library District be authorized to levy an (Pertaining to additional eight cent ($.08) tax over the present property tax for improvement of the free public library?) Yes

Proposition C: (Pertains to medical marijuana, using funds from tax for veterans’ services, drug greatment, early childhood education, and for public safety. One-time cost of $2.6 million, annual cost of $10 million, annual revenues of $10 million:

Proposition D: (Pertains to increasing motor fuel tax to generate money for State Road Fund, fund law enforcement.)

Jackson County

Question No. 1: (Pertains to term limits for members of County Legislature, eliminating or limiting some of the County Executive’s power, empower the County Legislature.)

Question No. 2: (Pertaining to term limits, obligations and authority of county executive)

Question No. 3: (Pertaining to term limits, obligations and authority of sheriff)

Question No. 4: (Pertaining to term limits, obligations and authority of prosecuting attorney)

Question No. 5: (Pertaining to granting County Legislature authorities, including removing county counselor):

Question No. 6: Shall Section 7 of Article VII of the Jackson County Charter be amended to modify the qualifications for appointment as Judge of the County Municipal Court?

Question No. 7: Shall Article XIII of the Jackson County Charter be amended to bar a current holder of any other federal, state, or municipal elective office from filing as a candidate for any County elective office?

Kansas City Public Library Question: For the purpose of renovating and replacing aging Library facilities, enhancing spaces, safety and programming for children, seniors and families, expanding services, access to computers and collections to serve public demand, and for the general operation of public libraries, shall the Board of Trustees of the Kansas City Public Library District be authorized to levy an (Pertaining to additional eight cent ($.08) tax over the present property tax for improvement of the free public library?)

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