Ray Co. Results – Aug. 2, 2016 Primary

| August 2, 2016
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*All results are unofficial until certified by local/state election officials.

KMZU will have reports throughout the evening from our correspondents at select area courthouses.  So stay tuned to 100.7 or here at our website for the most up-to-date information.

For complete coverage of area county results, click here.

Contested Races

FOR EASTERN COMMISSIONER  DEMOCRATIC PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 ALLEN DALE  1,027  100%
 KEN A. KELLER  177  100%
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 21 REPUBLICAN PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 DENNY HOSKINS  1,098  100%
 MIKE MCGHEE  971  100%
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF DEMOCRATIC PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 GARRY BUSH  1,495  100%
 JARED R. SARTIN  525  100%
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF REPUBLICAN PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 SHANNON GLEN  653  100%
 COLE NOBLE  1,502  100%
FOR RICHMOND TOWNSHIP COMMITTEEMAN REPUBLICAN PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 RICH TEMPLETON  283 100%
 BILL W. WEISZ  309 100%
HARDIN QUESTION: Shall the City of Hardin continue applying and collecting the local sales tax on the titling of motor vehicles, trailers, boats, and outboard motors that were purchased from a source other than a licensed Missouri dealer?  VOTES PRECINCTS
 YES  64  100%
 NO  38  100%
LAWSON QUESTION: Shall the City of  Lawson, Missouri, be authorized to issue its general obligation bonds in the amount not to exceed $4,500,000 00 for the purpose of acquiring easements and rights of way, and constructing, extending, improving, replacing, repairing, and maintaining the streets, roadways and bridges in the City, including without limitation related storm water control, water and sewer improvements.  VOTES PRECINCTS
 YES  342 100%
 NO  92  100%
RICHMOND QUESTION: In attempt to eliminate the un-fair advantage enjoyed by out-of-state vendors over local vendors, shall the City of Richmond, Missouri impose a local use tax at the same rate as the total sales tax rate, currently, two percent (2%), provided that if the local sales tax rate is reduced or raised by voter approval, the local use tax rate shall also be reduced or raised by the same action? Use tax shall not be required to be paid by persons whose purchases from out-of-state vendors do not exceed in total more than two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) in any calendar year.  VOTES PRECINCTS
 YES  550  100%
 NO  458  100%
CAMDEN SPECIAL ROAD QUESTION: Shall the levy passed in 1988 of $0.24 per $”100.00 valuation be continued for the purpose of supplying funds for the operation and maintenance of the Camden Special Road District for a period of 4 years? The continuance of this levy results in no increase in existing taxation.  VOTES PRECINCTS
 YES  102  100%
 NO  33  100%
CRYSTAL LAKES QUESTION: “Shall the County of Ray re-instate the 24 cents per $100 assessed valuation for the purpose of continued funding the operation and maintenance of the Ray
County Common Road District to be approved for two (2) years, 2016, 2017?”
 VOTES PRECINCTS
 YES  39  100%
 NO  12 100%

Uncontested Races

FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 21 DEMOCRATIC PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 EIGENE VER DUGHT  1,450  100%
FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 21 LIBERTARIAN PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 WILLIAM TRUMAN (BILL) WAYNE  12  100%
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 8 PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 JAMES W. (JIM) NEELY  301  100%
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 39 REPUBLICAN PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 JOE DON McGAUGH  1,666  100%
FOR WESTERN COMMISSIONER DEMOCRATIC PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 MIKE TWYMAN  692  100%
FOR WESTERN COMMISSIONER REPUBLICAN PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 JERRY BISHOP  1,131  100%
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR DEMOCRATIC PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 KENT WOLLARD  1,792  100%
FOR COUNTY CORONER DEMOCRATIC PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 BART WILLIM  1,746  100%
FOR COUNTY CORONER REPUBLICAN PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 KYLE D. FOSTER  1,746  100%
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR DEMOCRATIC PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 (RE) GINA SANDS  1,721  100%
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR REPUBLICAN PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 SHANNON D. WOLLARD  1,853  100%
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR DEMOCRATIC PARTY  VOTES PRECINCTS
 TERRY M. McCANLESS  1,741  100%

 

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