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Election 2020: Results, numbers
and speeches

Results

   Results from 2020 elections

 

Senate & House results

Links provided are to their political office websites.

Office Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
U.S. Representative District 8 Kathy Ellis  21% Jason Smith 77%
U.S. Representative District 3 Megan Rezabek 28%

Blaine Luetkemeyer 69%

Polls

Missouri state results

Links provided are to their political office websites.

Office Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
Governor Nicole Galloway 41% Mike Parson 57%
Lt. Governor Alissia Canady 39% Mike Kehoe 58%
Secretary of State Yinka Faleit 36% Jay Ashcroft 61%
State Treasurer Vicki Lorenz Englund 38% Scott Fitzgerald 59%
Attorney General Rich Finneran 38% Eric Schmitt 59%
Franklin County
State Representative District
Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
 District 61 none Aaron Griesheimer
District 109 none John Simmons
District 110 John Kiehne 35% Dottie Bailey 65%
District 119 none Nate Tate
Phelps County
State Representative District
Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
 District 62 Nancy J. Ragan 20% Bruce Sassmann 80%
District 120 Theresa Schmitt 23% Jason Chipman 77%
District 121 none Don Mayhew
District 142 none Bennie Cook

US Senate Results

U.S. House of Representative Results

Franklin County results

Registered Voters   74,219

Total Ballots 53,975 : 72.72%

Office Democrat Candidate Republican Candidate
Municipal Judge Bill Stahlhuth 26% Ben Hotz 73%
First District Commissioner none Todd Boland 98%
Second District Commissioner none Dave Hinson 98%
Sheriff none Steven Pelton 98%
Assessor none Dawn Copeland Mentz 99%
Treasurer none Debbie Willming Aholt 99%
Auditor none Angela Gibson 99%
Public Administrator Mary Jo Straatmann 95% none
Supreme Court Judge Breckenridge Yes 74% No 26%
Eastern Dist. Appeals Judge Odenwald Yes 72% No 28%
Eastern Dist. Appeals Judge Ranson Yes 72% No 28%
Pacific FPD Prop. Safety Yes 57% No 43%
New Haven City Prop. Pool Yes 72% No 28%

 

Missouri Ballot Measures Voting Results

Official Ballot Title
Amendment 1

[full textPDF Document

[Proposed by 100th General Assembly (First Regular Session) SS SCS SJR 14 & 9PDF Document

Official Ballot Title:

Do you want to amend the Missouri Constitution to extend the two term restriction that currently applies to the Governor and Treasurer to the Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor and the Attorney General?

State and local governmental entities estimate no costs or savings from this proposal.

 Fair Ballot Language: 

A “yes” vote will amend the Missouri Constitution to impose a two term restriction on all statewide elected officials, which currently only applies to the Governor and Treasurer.

A “no” vote will leave the terms that statewide elected officials may serve unchanged.

If passed, this measure will have no impact on taxes.

Official Ballot Title
Amendment 3

[full textPDF Document

[Proposed by 100th General Assembly (Second Regular Session) SS3 SJR 38PDF Document

Official Ballot Title:

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to:

  • Ban gifts from paid lobbyists to legislators and their employees;
  • Reduce legislative campaign contribution limits;
  • Change the redistricting process voters approved in 2018 by: (i) transferring responsibility for drawing state legislative districts from the Nonpartisan State Demographer to Governor-appointed bipartisan commissions; (ii) modifying and reordering the redistricting criteria.

State governmental entities expect no cost or savings. Individual local governmental entities expect significant decreased revenues of a total unknown amount.

 Fair Ballot Language: 

A “yes” vote will amend the Missouri Constitution to reduce the limits on campaign contributions that candidates for state senator can accept from individuals or entities by $100 per election.  There is no change for candidates for state representative.

The amendment prohibits state legislators and their employees from accepting a gift of any value (which is currently $5) from paid lobbyists or the lobbyists’ clients.   

The amendment modifies the criteria for redrawing legislative districts and changes the process for redrawing state legislative district boundaries during redistricting by giving redistricting responsibility to a bipartisan commission, renames them, and increases membership to 20 by adding four commissioners appointed by the Governor from nominations by the two major political party's state committees.

A “no” vote will not amend the Missouri Constitution regarding campaign contributions, lobbyist gifts, and the process and criteria for redistricting.

If passed, this measure will have no impact on taxes.

Direct copy and quote from: https://www.sos.mo.gov/elections/petitions/2020BallotMeasures