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Early Prop C, presiding commissioner, associate judge results

Tuesday, August 3, 2010 | 8:56 p.m. CDT; updated 12:53 a.m. CDT, Wednesday, August 4, 2010

COLUMBIA — The following results are from the websites of the Missouri Secretary of State and the Boone County Clerk.

 

Prop C (3,007 precincts of 3,354 reporting)

  • Yes: 614,480 votes; 72.7 percent
  • No: 230,356 votes; 27.3 percent

 

Presiding Commissioner (53 of 53 precincts reporting)

J. Scott Christianson: 6,087 votes; 70.52 percent

John Sam Williamson: 2,545 votes; 29.48 percent

 

Associate Judge, Division 5 (53 of 53 precincts reporting) 

 Larry Bryson: 4,596 votes; 51.36 percent

Kim Shaw: 4,353 votes; 48.64 percent

 

State Representative, District 21 (25 of 27 precincts reporting)

Republican:

  • Mike Becker: 997 votes; 36 percent
  • John W. Cauthorn: 1,776 votes; 64 percent

Democrat:

  • Kelly Schultz: 1,431 votes; 100 percent

 

U.S. Representative, District 9 (363 of 415)

Republican:

  • James O. Baker: 11,821 votes; 17.1 percent
  • Blaine Luetkemeyer: 57,341 votes; 82.9 percent

Libertarian:

  • Steven Wilson: 186 votes; 42.8 percent
  • Christopher W. Dwyer: 249 votes; 57.2 percent

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