City Clerk Sheela Amin will review the signatures to determine whether the petition to recall First Ward Councilwoman Ginny Chadwick is valid. Readers can review the petition to see who signed it.
Missourians react to the results of the state ballot measures: Amendment 2 and Amendment 10 were approved, and Amendment 3 and Amendment 6 were voted down.
The ballot measure would have raised development fees to help pay for new streets.
Voters in the Southern Boone County Fire Protection District also approved the addition of two members to its board of directors.
Here's a list of some key local and statewide races from Tuesday's midterm election.
Republican Mitch McConnell led the way to a new Senate majority, dispatching Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes in Kentucky after a $78 million campaign of unrelieved negativity.
Republicans will have enough seats to be able to override vetoes by Democratic Gov. Jan Nixon without needing any votes from minority party Democrats.
Voters re-elected Joyce after an unusually costly local judicial campaign by Republican opponent Brian Stumpe.
Proposition 1 would have boosted Columbia's property tax levy to pay for additional police and firefighters.
Voters across Boone County cast ballots for federal, state and county officials, as well as constitutional amendments and tax propositions. Read what they have to say here.
Republican Chuck Basye defeated incumbent John Wright for the 47th District state representative seat.
The Columbia Republican defeated Democrat Tom Pauley of Hallsville, Missouri.
Dietzel, an 18-year veteran of the office, was elected to succeed 35-year incumbent Bettie Johnson.
Pick the race you want to view and roll over the map to explore election return data from the Missouri Secretary of State's Office. The results will update every five minutes. Refresh the page to see the latest numbers.
The veteran public defender defeats Republican Mike Whitworth and will succeed retiring Judge Larry Bryson.
Vicki Hartzler defeated Democrat Nate Irvin and Libertarian Herschel Young in Tuesday's election in the 4th Congressional District, which stretches from Columbia to the Kansas border.
Schweich had no Democratic opponents but faced challengers from both the Libertarian and Constituion parties.
The Democratic incumbent, who was appointed the top county official after the death of Ed Robb in 2011, was elected to a full four-year term for the first time.
Promising economic signs of a drop in the unemployment rate and cheaper gasoline failed to help the president's party, which typically loses seats in midterm elections.
The 13-year veteran of the collector's office will succeed his boss, Pat Lensmeyer.