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ELECTION 2012: Complete results from Boone County

Tuesday, November 6, 2012 | 8:08 p.m. CST; updated 11:47 p.m. CST, Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Here are the final results from Boone County races.

All precincts reporting.

County Offices

Northern District Commissioner

Janet Thompson (Democrat): 16,770 votes, 54.15%

Don Bormann (Republican): 14,202 votes, 45.85%

Southern District Commissioner

Karen Miller (Democrat): 23,448 votes, 60.85%

James Pounds (Republican): 15,088 votes, 39.15%

Public Administrator

Cathy Richards (Democrat): 37,777 votes, 54.31%

John Sullivan (Republican): 31,787 votes, 45.69%

National Office

President and Vice President

Barack Obama and Joe Biden (Democrat): 39,782 votes, 50.17%

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan (Republican): 37,343 votes, 47.09%

Gary Johnson and James P. Gray (Libertarian): 1,948 votes, 2.46%

Virgil Goode and Jim Clymer (Constitution): 223 votes, 0.28%

State Offices

Governor

Jay Nixon (Democrat): 45,252 votes, 58.38%

Dave Spence (Republican): 29,128 votes, 37.60%

Jim Higgins (Libertarian): 3,116 votes, 4.02%

Lieutenant Governor

Susan Montee (Democrat): 37,026 votes, 49.41%

Peter Kinder (Republican): 33,069 votes, 44.13%

Matthew Copple (Libertarian): 3,303 votes, 4.41%

Cynthia Davis (Constitution): 1,541 votes, 2.06%

Secretary of State

Jason Kander (Democrat): 39,633 votes, 53.49%

Shane Schoeller (Republican): 30,712 votes, 41.45%

Cisse Spragins (Libertarian): 2,958 votes, 4.00%

Justin Harter (Constitution): 793 votes, 1.07%

Treasurer

Clint Zweifel (Democrat): 41,069 votes, 55.96%

Cole McNary (Republican): 28,261 votes, 38.51%

Sean O'Toole (Libertarian): 4,057 votes, 5.53%

Attorney General

Chris Koster (Democrat): 44,427 votes, 59.87%

Ed Martin (Republican): 26,146 votes, 35.24%

Dave Browning (Libertarian): 3,627 votes, 4.89%

U.S. Senate

Claire McCaskill (Democrat): 46,252 votes, 59.41%

Todd Akin (Republican): 25,400 votes, 32.62%

Jonathan Dine (Libertarian): 6,205 votes, 7.97%

U.S. House

Teresa Hensley (Democrat): 35,563 votes, 48.31%

Vicky Hartzler (Republican): 34,120 votes, 46.35%

Thomas Holbrook (Libertarian): 3,233 votes, 4.39%

Greg Cowan (Constitution): 694 votes, 0.94%

Missouri General Assembly

Senate District 19

Mary Still (Democrat): 32,091 votes, 43.53%

Kurt Schaefer (Republican): 41,626 votes, 56.47%

District 44

Ken Jacob (Democrat): 7,550 votes, 49.19%

Caleb Rowden (Republican): 7800 votes, 50.81%

District 46

Stephen Webber (Democrat): 12,188 votes, 65.02%

Fred Berry (Republican): 6,558 votes, 34.98%

District 47

John Wright (Democrat): 6,970 votes, 53.79%

Mitch Richards (Republican): 5,987 votes, 46.21%

Ballot Issues

Proposition 1: Quarter-cent sales tax for children's mental health services

Yes: 41,312 votes, 57.22%

No: 30,881 votes, 42.78%

Amendment 3: Missouri Court of Appeals and Supreme Court judge amendment

Yes: 13,026 votes, 18.50%

No: 57,385 votes, 81.50%

Proposition A: Restoration of local control to the City of St. Louis Police Department

Yes: 49,226 votes, 73.21%

No: 18,011votes, 26.79%

Proposition B: Tobacco excise tax increase

Yes: 45,800 votes, 59.57%

No: 31,084 votes, 40.43%

Proposition E: Creation of state law to prohibit state health insurance exchange

Yes: 40,195 votes, 58.06%

No: 29,033 votes, 41.94%


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