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Preliminary election results

Wednesday, August 6, 2008 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 12:29 a.m. CDT, Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Here are the breakdowns of the results that have been tallied, according to the Web sites of the Boone County Clerk and Missouri Secretary of State. The names of the winners are highlighted in bold.

Governor

With 3515 of 3515 precincts counted

Scott Long    REP  4.7%     
Sarah Steelman     REP   44.7%     
Kenny Hulshof     REP   49.2%     
Jennie Schwartze Sievers     REP   1.4% 

Jay Nixon    DEM   85.0%     
Daniel Carroll    DEM   15.0%     

Andrew Finkenstadt     LIB   100%   

Lieutenant Governor

With 3515 of 3515 precincts counted

Peter Kinder     REP     78.3%     
Paul Douglas Sims     REP    14.0%     
Arthur Hodge Sr.     REP     7.7%     

Sam Page     DEM   40.2%     
Michael E. Carter     DEM    16.3%     
Richard Charles Tolbert     DEM     10.4%     
Becky L. Plattner     DEM     12.8%     
Mary Williams     DEM     13.7%     
Lillian C. Metzger     DEM     6.5%    

Secretary of State 

With 3515 of 3515 precincts counted

Mitchell Hubbard     REP     100%     

Robin Carnahan     DEM     100%     

Wes Upchurch     LIB     100%

State Treasurer 

With 3515 of 3515 precincts counted

Brad Lager     REP    100%     

Mark Powell     DEM     28.6%     
Clint Zweifel     DEM     31.8%     
Andria Danine Simckes     DEM     21.7%     
Charles B. Wheeler     DEM     18.0%

Attorney General

With 3515 of 3515 precincts counted

Mike Gibbons     REP     100%     

Chris Koster     DEM     34.3%     
Margaret Donnelly     DEM     34.0%     
Jeff Harris     DEM     25.0%     
Molly Williams     DEM     6.7% 

U.S. Representative - Ninth District

With 455 of 455 precincts counted

Bob Onder     REP     29.5%     
Dan Bishir     REP    1.6%     
Danie Moore     REP     19.5%     
Brock Olivo     REP     10.1%     
Blaine Luetkemeyer     REP     39.7%     

Steve Gaw     DEM     31.1%
Judy Baker     DEM     44.1%     
Lyndon Bode     DEM     12.9%     
Ken Jacob     DEM     11.9% 

State Senator - District 19

With 103 of 103 precincts counted

Kurt Schaefer     REP     100%     

Chuck Graham     DEM    100%     

Christopher W. Dwyer     LIB     100%

State Representative - District 23

With 29 of 29 precincts counted

Cande Iveson     DEM     33.85%     
Stephen Webber     DEM     66.2%    

State Representative - District 24

With 30 of 30 precincts counted

Ed Robb     REP     100%     

Chris Kelly     DEM     100%   

State Representative - District 25

With 19 of 19 precincts counted

Ryan Asbridge     REP    100%     

Sean Spence     DEM    30.40%     
Mary Wynne Still     DEM     55.02%     
Bob Pund     DEM     14.6%     

Southern District Commissioner

With 54 Of 54 precincts counted

Karen M. Miller   DEM     70.61%
Sid Sullivan    DEM    29.39%

Northern District Commissioner

With 42 Of 42 precincts counted

Skip Elkin    DEM     100%

Sheriff

With 88 Of 88 precincts counted

Dwayne Carey     DEM   100%

Assessor

With 88 Of 88 precincts counted

Tom Schauwecker     DEM     62.53%
Barbara G. Bishop     DEM     37.47%

Boone County Treasurer

With 88 Of 88 precincts counted

Kay Murray     DEM     100%

Public Administrator

With 88 Of 88 precincts counted

Cathy D. Richards    DEM    79.32%
Dan Dunham    DEM     20.68%

John D. Sullivan    REP   100%


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