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Primary results

Wednesday, August 4, 2004 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 7:56 a.m. CDT, Friday, July 18, 2008

Statewide election results from 94% of precincts were available at press time. For final numbers, go to www.sos.mo.gov.

Governor

Democrat

Claire McCaskill 51.6%

Bob Holden 45.3%

Jim LePage 2.0%

Jeffery Emrick 1.1%

Republican

Matt Blunt 88.2%

Karen Lee Dee

Skelton-Memhardt 4.4%

Jen Sievers 3.2%

Jeff Killian 1.8%

Roy Lang 1.5%

Martin Lindstedt 1.1%

Libertarian

Randy Langkraehr 46.8%

John Swenson 53.2%

Lieutenant Governor

Democrat

Bekki Cook 64.1%

Ken Jacob 35.9%

Republican

Peter Kinder 56.6%

Pat Secrest 43.4%

State Treasurer

Democrat

Mark Powell 39.3%

Mark Abel 31.0%

Jason Klumb 29.7%

Republican

Sarah Steelman 37.8%

Blaine Luetkemeyer 23.3%

Tom Klein 14.0%

Anita Yeckel 8.8%

Al Hanson 7.3%

Will Pundmann 5.0%

Chet Boeke 3.9%

Attorney General

Democrat

Jay Nixon 100%

Republican

Chris Byrd 83.1%

Dewey Crepeau 16.9%

In Boone County, 54% of active registered voters turned out.

The following numbers reflect all precincts reporting.

19th District State Senator

Democrat

Chuck Graham 51.9%

Tim Harlan 48.1%

Republican

Mike Ditmore 100%

24th District State Rep.

Democrat

Travis Ballenger 54.8%

Greg Casey 45.2%

Republican

Ed Robb 60.8%

Carole Iles 39.3%

25th District State Rep.

Democrat

Judy Baker 40.5%

Mike Blum 20.0%

Lara Underwood 19.1%

Russel Breyfogle Jr. 13.1%

Duane Dimmitt 7.3%

Republican

Joel Jeffries 100%

Boone County Public Administrator

Democratic

Connie Bell Hendren 79.7%

Larry Fowler 20.3%

Republican

John Sullivan 100%

Boone County Sheriff

Democratic

Dwayne Carey 60.9%

O.J. Stone 20.9%

Ken Kreigh 18.2%

Republican

Mick Covington 100%


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