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What the November ballot will look like

Wednesday, August 6, 2008 | 12:35 a.m. CDT; updated 9:20 a.m. CDT, Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Now that the primaries are over, it’s time to turn toward the general election on Nov. 4. These are the races that will be on the ballot.

 

President

Republican: John McCain (presumptive nominee)

Democrat: Barack Obama (presumptive nominee)

Libertarian: Bob Barr

Constitution: Chuck Baldwin

Independent: Ralph Nader

 

Governor

Republican: Kenny Hulshof

Democrat: Jay Nixon

Libertarian: Andy Finkenstadt

Constitution: Gregory Thompson

 

Lieutenant governor

Republican: Peter Kinder

Democrat: Sam Page

Libertarian: Teddy Fleck

Constitution: James Rensing

 

Secretary of state

Republican: Mitch Hubbard

Democrat: Robin Carnahan

Libertarian: Wes Upchurch

Constitution: Denise Neely

 

Attorney general

Republican: Michael Gibbons

Democrat: Chris Koster

 

State treasurer

Republican: Brad Lager

Democrat: Clint Zweifel

 

Ninth District U.S. Representative

Republican: Blaine Luetkemeyer

Democrat: Judy Baker

Libertarian: Tamara Millay

 

19th District state senator

Republican: Kurt Schaefer

Democrat: Chuck Graham

Libertarian: Christopher Dwyer

 

21st District state representative

Republican: Steve Hobbs

Democrat: Kelly Schultz

 

23rd District state representative

Democrat: Stephen Webber

 

24th District state representative

Republican: Ed Robb

Democrat: Chris Kelly

 

25th District state representative

Republican: Ryan Asbridge

Democrat: Mary Still

 

Circuit judge, Circuit 13, Division 4

Republican: Jodie Asel

 

Boone County Southern District commissioner

Democrat: Karen Miller

 

Boone County Northern District commissioner

Democrat: Skip Elkin

 

Boone County sheriff

Democrat: Dwayne Carey

 

Boone County treasurer

Democrat: Kay Murray

 

Public administrator

Republican: John Sullivan

Democrat: Cathy Richards

 

Assessor

Democrat: Tom Schauwecker

 

Constitutional Amendment 1

Whether to add a statement to the Missouri Constitution making English the official language for all government meetings where public business is discussed, decided, or public policy is formulated.

 


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John Schultz August 6, 2008 | 1:24 p.m.

Some corrections:

I don't believe Ralph Nader is officially on the ballot yet, but his campaign has submitted petitions to the Secretary of State, which has said "The signatures must be verified by August 12th. If all legal requirements are met, the Secretary of State’s Office would certify Nader for the ballot by August 19th."
Also according to the SoS website, the Constitution Party will have Rodney D. Farthing as their candidate for state treasurer.

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