*All results are unofficial until certified by local/state election officials.

A full look at district and statewide races can be found at the Secretary of State’s website. 


Constitutional Amendment No. 2

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended so that it will be permissible to allow relevant evidence of prior criminal acts to be admissible in prosecutions for crimes of a sexual nature involving a victim under eighteen years of age?

If more resources are needed to defend increased prosecutions additional costs to governmental entities could be at least $1.4 million annually, otherwise the fiscal impact is expected to be limited.

YES 1,015,899
NO  395,736


Constitutional Amendment No. 3

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to:

*require teachers to be evaluated by a standards based performance evaluation system for which each local school district must receive state approval to continue receiving state and local funding;

*require teachers to be dismissed, retained, demoted, promoted and paid primarily using quantifiable student performance data as part of the evaluation system;

*require teachers to enter into contracts of three years or fewer with public school districts; and

*prohibit teachers from organizing or collectively bargaining regarding the design and implementation of the teacher evaluation system?

Decisions by school districts regarding provisions allowed or required by this proposal and their implementation will influence the potential costs or savings impacting each district.  Significant potential costs may be incurred by the state and /or the districts if new/additional evaluation instruments must be developed to satisfy the proposal’s performance evaluation requirements.

YES 338,216
NO  1,097,807


Constitutional Amendment No. 6

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to permit voting in person or by mail for a period of six business days prior to and including the Wednesday before the election day in general elections, but only if the legislature and the governor appropriate and disburse funds to pay for the increased costs of such voting?

State governmental entities estimated startup costs of about $2 million and costs to reimburse local election authorities of at least $100,000 per election. Local election authorities estimated higher reimbursable costs per election.  Those costs will depend on the compensation , staffing, and planning decisions of election authorities with the total costs being unknown.

YES  414,911
NO  983,504


Constitutional Amendment No. 10

Shall the Missouri Constitution be emended to require the governor to pay the public debt, to prohibit the governor from relying on revenue from legislation not yet passed when proposing a budget, and to provide a legislative check on the governor’s decisions to restrict funding for education and other state services?

State governmental entities expect no direct costs or savings.  Local governmental entities expect an unknown fiscal impact.

YES 788,930
NO  599,929



Shall Judge LAURA DENVIR STITH of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?

YES 787,911
NO  440,421


Shall Judge PAUL CAMPBELL WILSON of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?

YES  766,843
NO  446,521



Shall Judge LISA WHITE HARDWICK of the Western District Court of Appeals be retained in office?

YES 276,018
NO  137,525


Shall Judge ANTHONY REX GABBERT of the Western District Court of Appeals be retained in office?

YES  266,666
143,189  97,856



State Auditor

Tom Schweich (Rep) 935,637
Sean O’Toole (Lib) 251,541
Rodney Farthing (Cst)  88,742


U.S. Representative – District 4

Nate Irvin (Dem) 46,438
Vicky Hartzler (Rep) 119,995
Herschel L. Young (Lib)  9,786


U.S. Representative – District 5

Emanuel Cleaver II (Dem)  78,937
Jacob Turk (Rep)  68,994
Roy Welborn (Lib)  5,302


U.S. Representative – District 6

W. A. (Bill) Hedge (Dem)  55,132
Sam Graves (Rep)  124,547
Russ Monchil (Lib)  7,193


State Representative – District 6

Robert Harrington (Dem) 3,286
Tim Remole (Rep) 7,730


State Representative – District 8

Ted Rights (Dem)  2,796
James W. (Jim) Neely (Rep)  6,728


State Representative – District 33

Syed Asif (Dem)  1,456
Donna Pfautsch (Rep) 6,426
Matthew (Matt) Stephens (Lib)  1,049


State Representative -District 51

Gary Grigsby (Dem)  3,106
Dean A. Dohrman (Rep)  4,727
Bill Wayne (Lib)  431

State Representative – District 53

Henry Grubb (Dem) 3,949
Glen Kolkmeyer (Rep)  6,337


State Representative – District 54

Denny Hoskins (Rep)  6,420
Daniel Plemons (Cst)  1,651