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Election 2016: Results, numbers
and speeches

Resource for 2016 elections for United States President, Senators, Representatives and Missouri offices


   Results from 2016 elections


Senate & House results and speeches

Office Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
U.S. Senate Jason Kander 46% Roy Blunt 49%
U.S. Representative District 3 Kevin Miller 28% Blaine Luetkemeyer 67%

Missouri state results and speeches

Office Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
Governor Chris Kostner 45% Eric Greitens 52%
Lt. Governor Russ Carnahan 42% Mike Parsons 53%
Secretary of State Robin Smith 38% Jay Ashcroft 58%
State Treasurer Judy Baker 39% Eric Schmitt 57%
Attorney General Teresa Hensley 41% Josh Hawley 59%
State Representative District Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
 District 61 Tom Smith Justin Alferman
District 109 none Paul Curtman
District 110 none Kirk Mathews
District 119 none Nate Tate


Franklin county results

Registered Voters 70,776 

Total Ballots 50,864 : 71.87%

Office Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
Circuit Judge, 20 Div 2 David Hoven Ike Lamke
Commissioner District 1 none Tim Brinker
Commissioner District 2 Jeff Maune Dave Hinson
County Municipal Judge none Craig Hellmann
County Sheriff none Steve Pelson
County Assessor none Tom Copeland
County Treasurer none Debbie Aholt
Public Administrator Mary Jo Straatmann Gary Getman


Missouri ballot measures

MO Constitutional Amendment No. 1 Conservation sales/use tax

"Yes" to extend the conservation sales tax for another 10 years. 

Missouri Constitutional Amendment No. 2 limits on campaign contributions

"Yes", the Missouri Constitution will be amended to establish limits on campaign contributions by individuals or entities to political parties, political committees, or committees to elect candidates for state or judicial office. 

Missouri Constitutional Amendment No. 3 increase in taxes on cigarettes for early childhood education fund

"No" , If passed, Amendment No. 3 would have increased the cigarette tax by an additional 60 cents, raised over 3 years.  And included taxes for wholesellers.

Missouri Constitutional Amendment No. 4 prohibit new sales or use tax

"Yes" to Amendment No. 4, which will prohibit any new state sales or use taxes.

This amendment only applies to any service or transaction that was not subject to a sales/use or similar tax as of January 1, 2015.

Missouri Constitutional Amendment No. 6 voter ID

"Yes" to Amendment No. 6, voters in Missouri will be required to show some form of official identification at the polls

Missouri Proposition A increase on cigarette tax for transportation fund

"No" , If passed, Proposition A would have increased the cigarette tax by 13 cents in January 2017, another 5 cents in January 2019, and a final 5 cents in January 2021.  By 2021, the total tax would increase to 23 cents per pack.  Also included tax to non-cigarette tobacco products.