Republicans of the 9th Congressional District (including Boone and 25 other counties) met Saturday to elect three delegates to the state convention, select a presidential elector, and to review amendments proposed for the party platform.
And they did, but the procedure was not without controversy.
Breaking down election results into precincts provides a more precise look at how voters felt about the candidates and issues on the ballot.
Search our interactive map of election results by voting precinct and census data to find out how your neighbors voted on county and city ballot issues.
Elections took place across Missouri on Tuesday.
The two winners of the Boone County Fire Protection District board of directors are announced.
Here’s a look at the results of election races and issues in Boone County’s smaller towns, cities and school districts.
Incumbent Tom Rose collected the most votes of any other candidate in his victory Tuesday. Rosie Tippin and Ines Segert are the newest additions to the school board.
Superintendent Phyllis Chase says the district will listen to the message sent by voters.
Eighty-four percent of Columbia voters favored the $77 million bond, and almost 80 pecent of county voters favored an additional $21 million in bonds.
Paul Sturtz, co-founder of Ragtag Cinemacafe and the True/False Film Festival, will become the First Ward’s new City Council representative.
Judy Ganey worked nearly 16 hours at the Columbia Public Library polling place on Tuesday but says democracy is worth the sacrifice.
Voters cite myriad issues as important to the city’s most diverse ward.
Factors impacting decisions included trust in the district, the current economy and the welfare of children.
Volunteers waited outside the Activity and Recreation Center to gather signatures on petitions for initiatives they hope will appear on the November ballot during the municipal election on Tuesday.
Find answers to your questions about what's on the ballot, where to vote, what to take to the polls, etc.
KANSAS CITY — Republican presidential candidate John McCain said today that calls from his Democratic rivals to withdraw U.S. forces from Iraq stand as a "failure of leadership" as they are making promises they cannot keep.
The annual Cambio de Colores conference and the conference’s featured speakers explore Hispanic immigration and issues related to the ever increasing diversity of the United States.
The seventh annual Cambio de Colores conference Monday through Wednesday at the Stoney Creek Inn will explore the impact of the exponential growth of the Hispanic population in Missouri and the Midwest.
Paul Sturtz’s commitment makes him the ideal candidate to represent the First Ward.