CARROLLTON, Mo – KMZU News has gathered ballots from the listening area as compiled by county officials. Our live coverage on 100.7 FM will begin this evening after 8 o’clock news. We will have correspondents in neighboring counties and will provide live reports as the precincts report in.elections_photo

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Boone Co. – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI QUESTION 2
Shall The School District of Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of Thirty Million Dollars ($30,000,000) for the purpose of paying costs of acquiring, constructing, improving, extending, repairing, remodeling, renovating, furnishing and equipping new and existing school facilities and acquiring land therefor, including, without limitation, acquiring and developing land and preparing plans for a new middle school, constructing additions to two elementary schools, renovating and expanding a cafeteria kitchen, improving outdoor middle school athletic facilities, repairing or replacing roofs, windows, parking lots, and heating and air conditioning, and improving technology? Approval of this question is expected to result in no increase of the District’s current debt service tax levy, which is estimated to remain at $0.9719 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation.
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI ELECTION OF DIRECTORS
To elect two (2) members of the Board of Education each to serve for a term of three (3) years.
Yes 16,037 PAUL K. RAINSBERGER 4,572
No 5,624 JAMES A. WHITT 7,974
SARAH ELIZABETH DUBBERT 6,295
JOSEPH ARTHUR TOEPKE 2,929
JAN MEES 12,505
CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI MUNICIPAL ELECTION COUNCIL MEMBER-AT-LARGE (MAYOR)
3 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 1)
SPECIAL ELECTION THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI QUESTION 1
Shall The School District of Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy by sixty-five cents ($0.65) per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for general school operating purposes, including maintaining current programs, providing support for an increasing student enrollment and assisting in recruiting high-quality faculty? If this proposition is approved, the District’s adjusted operating tax levy ceiling is estimated to be $5.1437 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation.
 HAROLD (SKIP) WALTHER 8,438  Yes 11,394
 BRIAN TREECE 9,211  No 10,282
COLUMBIA, MO. COUNCIL MEMBER, FOURTH WARD
COLUMBIA, MO. COUNCIL MEMBER, THIRD WARD
3 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 1)
 DARYL DUDLEY 1,946  KARL SKALA 1,413
 IAN THOMAS 3,773 TOM LEUTHER 1,082
HALLSVILLE R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION
 3 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 2)
TOWN OF MCBAINE, MISSOURI FOR TRUSTEE
 2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 2)
TERRY MONTAGUE 123  GINNIE COLEMAN 2
REBECCA HOSKINS 329  MARVIN SAPP 2
SUSAN DALY 111 —-
CASEY RILEY 70 —-
BRYAN WILDENHAIN 210 —-
GEORGE MCCORD JR. 159 —-
TOWN OF HARRISBURG GENERAL TOWN ELECTION BOARD OF TRUSTEES
 2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 2)
FAYETTE R-III SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition No.1:To choose by ballot two directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said School District for a term of three years each. (VOTE FOR 2)
 JEFF ARP 53 JESSICA LYNN QUINT 0
 REGGIE WILHITE 56 MICHELLE HOWELL 0
—- ERIC N. MCSWAIN 0
—- FRED C. WEIKER 0
CITY OF STURGEON, MISSOURI MUNICIPAL ELECTION QUESTION NO. 1
Shall the City of Sturgeon, Missouri, be permitted to charge the following for a business license fee in the City of Sturgeon, Missouri for the following businesses (annually unless stated otherwise)? $5 weekly and $25 monthly
CITY OF STURGEON, MISSOURI MUNICIPAL ELECTION QUESTION NO. 2
Shall the City of Sturgeon, Missouri, be permitted to charge the following for a business license fee in the City of Sturgeon, Missouri for the following business (annually)? Beer (5%) Sold By the Drink: $50.00
Yes 85 Yes 80
No 20 No 23
City of Sturgeon QUESTION NO. 3
Shall the City of Sturgeon, Missouri 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? Rejection of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Sturgeon, Missouri, and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non- Missouri dealers of motor
vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers.
City of Sturgeon Alderman Ward II
2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 1)
Yes 71 RONALD G SAGE 36
No 32 KEVIN ABRAHAMSON 37
HALLSVILLE R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION
 3 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 2)
HARRISBURG R-VIII SCHOOL DISTRICT, MISSOURI BOONE AND HOWARD COUNTIES, MISSOURI PROPOSITION 1
 Shall the school board of the Harrisburg R-VIII School District be authorized to increase the operating tax levy for meeting the operating needs of the District by sixty-seven (67) cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation? Funds generated by the increased tax levy will be
used for maintaining high quality instructional programs, materials and equipment; meeting the increased need for technology in classrooms; competitively recruiting and retaining quality teachers and staff; and meeting the increased costs of facilities maintenance, upkeep and improvements. If this proposition is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the school district is estimated to be $ 4.0811 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation.
TERRY MONTAGUE 123 Yes 403
REBECCA HOSKINS 329 No 351
SUSAN DALY 111 —-
CASEY RILEY 70 —-
BRYAN WILDENHAIN 210 —-
GEORGE MCCORD JR. 159 —-
CITY OF CENTRALIA GENERAL ELECTION QUESTION NO. 1
Shall the City of Centralia, Missouri 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? Rejection of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Centralia, Missouri, and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers.
 FOR CENTRALIA ALDERMAN WARD II
2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 1)
Yes 185 DANIEL DE LA ROSA 17
No 74 DON RODGERS 113
FOR CENTRALIA ALDERMAN WARD III
2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 1)
FOR CITY OF HALLSVILLE ALDERMAN WARD II
2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 1)
JESSICA L. ORSINI 17 DARREN D. MAHER 55
LANDON MAGLEY 47 TONY LINDSAY 45
FOR CITY OF HALLSVILLE ALDERMAN WARD I
2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 1)
NEW FRANKLIN R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT OF HOWARD COUNTY, MISSOURI MUNICIPAL ELECTION
3 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 2) *Combine with Howard Co.*
TRYNTON L. ROBERTS 10 TRAVIS HUNDLEY 16
KARI RIPPETO 31 JASON JENNINGS 18
STEPHEN MCLANE 52 JUDITH ENGELBERG 4
SPECIAL SCHOOL BOND ELECTION NEW FRANKLIN R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT, MISSOURI PROPOSITION 2
Shall the Board of Education of the New Franklin R-I School District of Howard County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000.00), for the purpose of providing funds for the construction, equipping and furnishing of a new gymnasium, locker rooms, and main lobby additions; to complete upgrades of the main entrance to comply with the Americans with disabilities Act (ADA) and security requirements; to upgrade parking facilities; and to complete other repairs and renovations to the existing facilities of the District; and issue bonds for the payment thereof? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the School District is estimated to remain unchanged at $0.7002 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property. (Combine with Howard Co.)
VILLAGE OF HUNTSDALE, MISSOURI BOARD OF TRUSTEE
2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 3)
Yes 27 DORTHY EBERHART 5
No 4 ANA LOPEZ 5
—- —- ED MCGEE 5
NORTH CALLAWAY R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION
3 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 2)
SOUTHERN BOONE COUNTY R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION
3 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 2)
PHYLLIS ANN BARKER 0 BARRETT L. GLASCOCK 820
DANIEL MCMURTRY 0 STEVEN GLEN CONDRON JR. 552
JENNIFER CHRISTINE
BONDURANT
0 RUSSELL TRENT HARGIS 520
SPECIAL ELECTION SOUTHERN BOONE COUNTY R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT QUESTION
Shall the Southern Boone County R-I School District issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $7,500,000 for the purpose of constructing, improving, furnishing and equipping school facilities, including constructing additions to the primary school, elementary school and high school? If this question is approved, the District’s debt service tax levy is estimated to increase by $0.15 from $1.28 to $1.43 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.
CITY OF ASHLAND MUNICIPAL ELECTION ALDERMAN WARD ONE
2 YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR 1)
Yes 855 DANNY CLAY 94
No 400 GEORGE ELLIOTT 45

Caldwell Co. – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
BRECKENRIDGE R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR BOARD MEMBER
 THREE YEAR TERM Vote For Two
HAMILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 OF CALDWELL COUNTY PROPOSITION 2
 Shall the Board of Education of the Hamilton R-ll School District of Caldwell County, Missouri, issue Five Million Four Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($5,460,000) of general obligation bonds for the purpose of providing funds to prepay the existing lease financings in order to increase funds available for operating needs resulting in an estimated increase to the debt service property tax levy of $1.3800 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the School District is estimated to increase from $0.0000 to $1.3800 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property. The District intends to reduce the operating levy by $1.3800 from $4.4794 to $3.0994, which will offset the estimated $1.3800 increase to the debt service levy and will result in no increase to the total tax levy.
RACHEL BOEHM 31 Yes 333
MONICA ALLRED 33 No 93
HAMILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 OF CALDWELL COUNTY
To choose by ballot two directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said School District for a term of three years each. Vote For Two
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-Vll OF CALDWELL COUNTY
To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. Vote For Two
JERRY COOK 261 MARK KIPPING 60
BRANDON GROOMS 232 JEFF GENTRY 76
WILL RAILSBACK 263 SHANE RARDON 79
MIRABILE C-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition 2
Shall the Board of Education of the Mirabile C-1 School District of Caldwell County, Missouri, be authorized to adjust the operating tax levy ceiling by $0.55 to $4.2957 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation in order to provide additional funds to retain qualified staff, maintain its facilities and meet the operating expenses of the District? The debt service levy of the District will be reduced by $0.55 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation beginning in Tax Year 2016 which will offset the $0.55 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation adjustment to the operating levy. It is estimated that there will be no increase to the total tax levy if this Proposition is approved.
BRECKENRIDGE TOWNSHIP AND ROAD DISTRICT PROPOSITION
Shall the Breckenridge Township Road District of Caldwell County levy an additional tax rate of .3059 on the hundred dollar valuation for a period of four years? A CONTINUATION OF THE TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT LEVY APPROVED BY THE VOTERS APRIL 4th 1989, FOR AN ADDITIONAL 4 YEARS (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
Yes 56 Yes 30
No 5 No 15
KIDDER TOWNSHIP AND ROAD DISTRICT PROPOSITION
Shall the Kidder Township Road District of Caldwell County levy an additional tax rate of .3177 on the hundred dollar valuation for a period of four years? A CONTINUATION OF THE TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT LEVY APPROVED BY THE VOTERS APRIL 4th 1989, FOR AN ADDITIONAL 4 YEARS (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
NEW YORK TOWNSHIP AND ROAD DISTRICT PROPOSITION
Shall the New York Township Road
District of Caldwell County levy an additional tax rate of .3035 on the hundred dollar valuation for a period of four years? A CONTINUATION OF THE
TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT LEVY APPROVED BY THE VOTERS APRIL 4th 1989, FOR AN ADDITIONAL 4 YEARS (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
Yes 62 Yes 18
No 41 No 2
KINGSTON TOWNSHIP AND ROAD DISTRICT PROPOSITION
Shall the Kingston Township Road District of Caldwell County levy an additional tax rate of .3500 on the hundred dollar valuation for a period of four years? A CONTINUATION OF THE TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT LEVY APPROVED BY THE VOTERS APRIL 4th 1989, FOR AN ADDITIONAL 4 YEARS (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
LINCOLN TOWNSHIP AND ROAD DISTRICT PROPOSITION
Shall the Lincoln Township Road District of Caldwell County levy an additional tax rate of .3300 on the hundred dollar valuation for a period of four years? A CONTINUATION OF THE TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT LEVY APPROVED BY THE VOTERS APRIL 4th 1989, FOR AN ADDITIONAL 4 YEARS (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
Yes 41 Yes 37
No 12 No 25
GRANT TOWNSHIP AND ROAD DISTRICT PROPOSITION
Shall the Grant Township Road District of Caldwell County levy an additional tax rate of .2400 on the hundred dollar valuation for a period of four years? A CONTINUATION OF THE TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT LEVY APPROVED BY THE VOTERS APRIL 4th 1989, FOR AN ADDITIONAL 4 YEARS (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
DAVIS TOWNSHIP AND ROAD DISTRICT PROPOSITION
Shall the Davis Township Road District of Caldwell County levy an additional tax rate of .1700 on the hundred dollar valuation for a period of four years? A
CONTINUATION OF THE TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT LEVY APPROVED BY THE VOTERS APRIL 4th 1989,
FOR AN ADDITIONAL 4 YEARS (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
Yes 68 Yes 68
No 35 No 14
CITY OF BRECKENRIDGE FOR EAST WARD ALDERMAN TWO YEAR TERM
Vote For One
CITY OF HAMILTON PROPOSITION
Shall the municipality of Hamilton,
Missouri extend a sales tax of one-half cent for the purpose of funding capital improvements (for the purpose of constructing, repairing, and maintaining public streets and sidewalks but no part of such funds will be used for street department personnel expenses) which may include the retirement of debt under previously authorized bonded indebtedness? This sales tax shall terminate on March 31, 2027 unless extended by the voters.
WILLIS “BUSTER” McINTIRE 13 Yes 185
BRIAN ALEXANDER 9 No 54
CITY OF HAMILTON FOR ALDERMAN EAST WARD TWO YEAR TERM
Vote For One
CITY OF KIDDER FOR ALDERMAN TWO YEAR TERM

Vote For Two

SHERRIA KAVANAUGH 73 CHRIS BRATCHER 43
JOHN DAWSON 52 DAVID McEWEN 39
—- KENNETH RICHARDSON 34
—- RAYMOND CARLTON 25
CITY OF COWGILL FOR MAYOR TWO YEAR TERM
Vote for one —- —- —-
JEFF MISEL 9 —- —- —-
SAMI McBEE 8 —- —- —-
WRITE-IN MARY WILLIAMS 18

Carroll Co. – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
CARROLLTON R-VII SCHOOL DIST. BOARD
To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. (VOTE FOR TWO)
CARROLLTON MOTOR VEHICLE TAX QUESTION
QUESTION
Shall the Town of Carrollton, Missouri discontinue applying and collecting the local safes tax on the titling of motor vehicles, trailers, boats, and outboard motors that were purchased from a source other than a licensed Missouri dealer?
Approval of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the Town of Carrollton, Missouri and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats and trailers.
SUSAN LOCK 202 Yes 73
CHERYL E. JOHNSON 107 No 177
DIANA SMITH 285 —- —- —-
ERIC ANDERSON WOODWARD 286 —- —- —-
CHERRY VALLEY TOWNSHIP/EGYPT TOWNSHIP QUESTION: TOWNSHIP MERGER
Shall Cherry Valley and Egypt Township merge into one township encompassing the territory of both and combine resources, property and tax revenue’?  (COMBINE RESULTS FROM EACH TOWNSHIP)
BRUNSWICK BR-2 SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. (VOTE FOR TWO)
Yes 14 Approved by both Egypt Yes-59/No-5 MARK BUIE 10
No 0 TIMOTHY RICE 15
—- —- —- SCHUYLER MANSON 17
—- —- —- TOM ZEILSTRA 24
TINA-AVALON R-2 SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. (VOTE FOR TWO)
CITY OF HALE FOR MAYOR ONE YEAR UNEXPIRED TERM (VOTE FOR ONE)
WYATT DAVENPORT 38 ROBERT E. DEATHERAGE 12
GARNI CHURAN 26 LORI PULVER 55
LU CORBIN 15 SHAWN E COWGER 32
TESSICA JOHNSON 9 —-
CITY OF HALE FOR ALDERMAN AT-LARGE TWO YEAR TERM (VOTE FOR TWO)
—- —- —-
JUDY LEFFLER-HARRIS 55 —- —- —-
TAMARA CURRY JOHNSON 68 —- —- —-
ROBERT C MATTOX 57 —- —- —-

Chariton Co. – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
SALISBURY R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR THREE YEAR TERM
Vote For Two – (combine with Howard and Macon Counties)
BROOKFIELD R-III SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR THREE YEAR TERM
Vote For Two
REGINA BOSS 590 JAMES (JIM) McINTYRE 1
CURT RAMSEY 219 WILLIAM BLAKE DeVOY 0
TRACY E. MILLER 158 GALEN (BUBBY) HICKS 1
GENE T. COSTANTINO 26 —- —- —-
CHRIS BROWN 612 —- —- —-
JUSTIN GREEN 34 —- —- —-
NORTHWESTERN R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR THREE                 YEAR TERM
Vote For Two
CHARITON COUNTY E911 FOR DIRECTOR WESTERN  DISTRICT FOUR YEAR TERM
Vote For Two

 

ALLEN HAYES 77 NYLE BOWYER 253
SABRINA BROWN 78 JERALD J. SIMS 292
RYAN POTTER 49 BRENT A. COLLIER 219
BLAINE ADAMS 98 —- —- —-
BRUNSWICK R-II SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR THREE YEAR TERM
Vote For Two
VILLAGE OF DALTON QUESTION
Shall the Village of Dalton, Missouri be authorized to forego annual elections if the number of candidates who have filed for a particular office is equal to the number of positions in the office to be filled by the election?
MARK BUIE 110 Yes 2
TIMOTHY RICE 144 No 1
SCHUYLER MANSON 144 —- —- —-
TOM ZEILSTRA 151 —- —- —-
CITY OF MENDON FOR ALDERMAN 2ND WARD
TWO YEAR TERM
Vote For One
CITY OF SALISBURY QUESTION
Shall the City of Salisbury, Missouri
discontinue 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?Approval of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for City of Salisbury,Missouri and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers.
JUSTIN T. FAINTER 9 Yes 120
RILEY G. YOUNG 4 No 244
CITY OF SALISBURY FOR ALDERMAN FIRST WARD
TWO YEAR TERM
Vote For One
CITY OF SALISBURY FOR ALDERMAN SECOND WARD
FOR ALDERMAN
SECOND WARD
TWO YEAR TERM
Vote For One
BOB BENOIST 51 MICHAEL D. BALES 58
TERRY BURRIS 38 NATHAN CLARK 105
CITY OF TRIPLETT QUESTION
Shall the City of Triplett, Missouri be authorized to forego annual elections if the number of candidates who have filed for a particular office is equal to the number of positions in the office to be filled by the election?
CITY OF SUMNER QUESTION
Shall the City of Sumner impose a tax levy of 25 cents per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for street
maintenance, for a period of three
years?
Yes 3 Yes 21
No 2 No 4

Cooper Co. – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
COUNTY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS SALES TAX ELECTION PROPOSITION NO. 1
Shall the County of Cooper continue a county-wide sales tax at the rate of one-half (1/2) of one (1) percent, for a period of four years, ending December 31, 2020, to be used for the construction of County road system improvements, including new bridges and culverts.
COOPER COUNTY FIRE QUESTION
Shall Cooper County Fire Protection District of Cooper County, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $1,925,000 for the purpose of providing funds to acquire, construct, improve, furnish and equip buildings, facilities and equipment to serve the District, including without limitation, to (1) purchase land for, and construct, furnish and equip, two new fire stations, (2) renovate and improve buildings and facilities of the District, and (3) acquire and improve fire trucks, vehicles, firefighting and emergency apparatus and equipment?
Yes 1,371 Yes 388
No 268 No 99
CITY OF BOONVILLE PROPOSITION 1
PROPOSITION 1: Shall the City of Boonville, Missouri impose a local use tax equal to the total local 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? A use tax return shall not be filed by persons whose purchases from out of state vendors do not, in total, exceed two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) in a calendar year.
CITY OF BOONVILLE PROPOSITION 2
PROPOSITION 2: Shall the City of Boonville discontinue applying and collecting its 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? Approval of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Boonville and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, trailers, boats and outboard motors at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, trailers, boats and outboard motors.
Yes 370 Yes 151
No 226 No 465
CITY OF BUNCETON FOR MAYOR TWO YEAR TERM
(Vote for One)
CITY OF BUNCETON FOR CITY COUNCILMAN WEST WARD TWO YEAR TERM
(Vote for One)
JUSTIN HEIN 72 WENDELL CUNNINGHAM 21
GERALD E. ULRICH 33 KATHRYN A. CUNNINGHAM 34
OTTERVILLE R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(Vote for Two)
CITY OF OTTERVILLE QUESTION
Shall the City of Otterville, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $600,000 for the purpose of extending and improving the streets on the east side and the west side of the City, said bonds to mature in not more than ten years?
HEATHER LYNN 91 Yes 63
MARK D. BLANKENSHIP 145 No 38
TERRI L. OSWALD 75 —- —- —-
CITY OF PILOT GROVE QUESTION 1
QUESTION 1: Shall the City of Pilot Grove, Missouri re-impose a sales tax of one half of one percent for transportation purposes for a five (5) year period set to expire on September 30, 2021? This is a re-imposition of an existing sales tax for transportation purposes set to expire on the 30th day of September, 2016.
CITY OF PILOT GROVE QUESTION 2
QUESTION 2: Shall the City of Pilot Grove, Missouri re-impose a sales tax of one half of one percent for capital improvement purposes for a five year period set to expire on September 30, 2021. This is a re-imposing of an existing capital improvements sales tax set to expire on September 30, 2016.
Yes 57 Yes 58
No 19 No 16
COOPER COUNTY NURSING HOME DISTRICT 4
FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS THREE YEAR TERM (Vote for One)
COOPER COUNTY NURSING HOME DISTRICT 5
FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS THREE YEAR TERM (Vote for One)
JEANETTE (ROTHGEB) HEATON 130 LAURIE BEACH 210
ROBERT LORENZ 272 TRUDY L. TWENTER 186
HARDEMAN R-10 SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition 1
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(Vote for Two)
MONITEAU R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(Vote for Two)
DANN RUSSELL 1 RHONDA (KIRCHOFF) MEYER 0
ISAAC CHRISTY 0 KYLE WIRTS 0
STEPHANIE L. KELLER 1 DEREK A. VAN LOO 0
SMITHTON R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition 1
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(Vote for Two)
SMITHTON R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition K.I.D.S.
PROPOSITION K.I.D.S.
Shall the Board of Education of the
Smithton R-VI School District of Pettis County, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling by $0.2671 to $3/949 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation in order to provide additional funds to retain highly qualified staff, enhance the safety and security of students and staff, increase the availability of relevant technology for student and staff use, and meet the operating expenses of the District? The District will reduce the debt service levy by $0.2671 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation that will offset the estimated $0.2671 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation increase to the operating levy and will result in no increase to the total tax levy if this Proposition is approved by the voters.
JASON BROWN 13 Yes 9
BECKY WILLIAMS 7 No 3
STACEY LUTTRELL 3 —- —- —-
BILL GROSE 0 —- —- —-
TIPTON R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition 1
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(Vote for Two)
STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE-FOR BOARD OF TRUSTEES SIX YEAR TERM

(Vote for Two)

To elect two (2) trustees at large from The Junior College District of Sedalia, Missouri (also known as State Fair Community College), consisting of the Sedalia School District 200; Pettis County R-IV LaMonte; Pettis County R-V Northwest; Pettis County R-VI Smithton; Pettis County R-VIII Green Ridge; Pettis County R-XII; Benton County R-I Cole Camp; Benton County R-ll Lincoln; Benton County R-IX Warsaw; and Cooper County R-VI Otterville in compliance with The Junior College District Law, Sections 178,770 to 178.891 inclusive, Revised Statutes of Missouri.
KARLA PETTIGREW 5 RANDALL D. EATON 74
KENNETH STOVER 9 NICK LA STRADA 98
ROBERT (BO) HELMS 4 JUSTIN HUBBS 36
CHRIS “GOOB” ALLEE 3 MARLIN HAMMOND 81

Daviess Co. – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
WINSTON R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION 2
PROPOSITION 2:
Shall the Board of Education of the Winston R-VI School District, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling by $1.2400 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation through Tax Year 2035 in order to provide funds for the site development, construction, equipping and furnishing of additional elementary and high school classrooms; to complete other remodeling and repair improvements to existing facilities of the District; and to meet the additional operating needs of the District?
If this proposition is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the District is estimated to increase by $1.2400 from $3.0000, currently, to $4.2400 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for the 2016 Tax Year and can be applied to the assessed valuation for each year thereafter through Tax Year 2035.
HAMILTON R-II SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION 2
PROPOSITION 2:
Shall the Board of Education of the Hamilton R-I1 School District of Caldwell County, Missouri, issue Five Million Four Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($5,460,000) of general obligation bonds for the purpose of providing funds to prepay the existing lease financings in order to increase funds available for operating needs resulting in an estimated increase to the debt service property tax levy of $1.3800 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the School District is estimated to increase from $0.0000 to $1.3800 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property. The District intends to reduce the operating levy by $1.3800, from $4.4794 to $3.0994, which will offset the estimated $1.3800 increase to
the debt service levy and will result in no increase to the total tax levy.
Yes 185 Yes 12
No 180 No 14
GILMAN CITY R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR BOARD MEMBER THREE YEAR TERM
Vote For Two
PATTONSBURG R-I1 SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION 2
PROPOSITION 2: Shall the Board of Education of the Pattonsburg R-11 School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars ($1,535,000) for the purpose of providing funds for the site development, construction, equipping and furnishing of a new building addition to include pre-school, art and band classrooms, library/media center, office space, and other classrooms; to install security and safety enhancements to building entrances; to complete HVAC and energy efficiency upgrades; to accomplish renovations to the cafeteria; to the extent funds are available, to complete other renovation, remodeling and repair improvements to the existing facilities of the District; and issue bonds for the payment thereof?
If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the School District is estimated to remain unchanged at $0.5623 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.
MATTHEW CLARK 17 Yes 95
KELLY SPERRY 7 No 35
CATHERINE CHALFANT 12 —- —- —-
DAVIESS COUNTY SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT #1
TAX LEVY: Shall the Daviess County Special Road District #1, of Daviess County continue a tax levy of thirty-five cents on the hundred dollars assessed valuation, for a period of four years?
VILLAGE OF ALTAMONT FOR TRUSTEE TWO YEAR TERM
 

Vote for Three

Yes 64 ROGER PRICE 17
No 29 ROBERT STANLEY 20
—- —- —- TESSA LOLLAR 15
—- —- —- HAROLD ANDERSON 14
VILLAGE OF JAMESON FOR TRUSTEE TWO YEAR TERM
Vote for Three
CITY OF JAMESPORT PROPOSITION 1
PROPOSITION 1:
Shall the city of Jamesport, Missouri, be authorized to forgo annul elections if the number of candidates who have filed for a particular office is equal to the number of positions in the office to be filled by the election?
NATALIE MAY 22 Yes 10
DEEANN FISHER 17 No 5
AMANDA HARTMAN 14
VILLAGE OF WINSTON PROPOSITION 1
PROPOSITION 1:
Shall the Village of Winston, Missouri, be authorized to forgo annual elections if the number of candidates who have filed for a particular office is equal to the number of positions in the office to be filled by the election?
DAVID LAINHART 23 Yes 39
ALETHA TURLEY 21 No 32
MARY PROBERT 14 —- —- —-
COLFAX TOWNSHIP QUESTION
QUESTION:
Shall The Colfax Township, of Daviess County add an additional tax at a rate not exceeding ten cents on the hundred dollars valuation, which amounts to a total of thirty-five cents for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for the year 2016?
Yes 68 —- —- —-
No 73 —- —- —-

Grundy County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.  AWAITING CLERK’S REPORT

Races Votes Races Votes
CITY OF TRENTON OR COUNCILPERSON SECOND WARD TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE)
CITY OF ‘TRENTON FOR COUNCILPERSON THIRD WARD TWO YEAR TERM

(VOTE FOR ONE)

BRAD CHUMBLY JEREMY SOPTIC
JEFF (BUD) WILSON CINDY STEWART
MIKE HARKINS DAVID MILKA
CITY OF TRENTON FOR COUNCILPERSON FOURTH WARD TWO YEAR TERM

(VOTE FOR ONE)

CITY OF TRENTON QUESTION
QUESTION
Shall the municipality of Trenton, Missouri impose a sales tax of 1/4 of’ 1% for the purpose of providing funding for a training area and equipment for the Fire Department
for the City of Trenton?
SCOTT BLAIR Yes
LARRY GRIFFIN No
ROBERT McINTYRE —- —- —-
TRENTON R-IX SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTORS
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(VOTE FOR TWO)
GRUNDY R-V SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTORS
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(VOTE FOR TWO)
DOROTHY JEAN TAUL REGGIE GRINDSTAFF
COREY LEEPER RANDY RADCLIFF
BROOKE McATEE SAVANNAH SUMMERS
BOB GASS DANNY BERRY
PRINCETON R-V SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION 1
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(VOTE FOR TWO)
PRINCETON R-V SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION 2
Proposition 2: Shall the Board of Education of the Princeton R·V School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service
properly tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Nine Hundred seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($975,000) for the purpose. of providing funds for the renovation of the playground; to install heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems at the High School and Elementary School; to complete drainage site improvements; to the extent funds are available, to complete other remodeling and repair improvements to the existing facilities of the District; and issue bonds for the payment thereof?
If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the School District is estimated to remain unchanged at $0.9532
per one hundred dollars of assessed
valuation of real and personal property.
AMBER HENKE Yes
KERRI JINCKS No
RON PARSONS —- —- —-
NATHAN EVANS —- —- —-
MEADVILLE R·IV SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION 1
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
(VOTE FOR TWO)
GRUNDY COUNTY NURSING HOME DISTRICT FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS THREE YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR TWO)
BEN KELLER RICHARD POWERS
SANDRA JOHNSON JAMES COX
JOHN SCHMITZ SHERRY KNAPP

Howard County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk. AWAITING REPORT FROM CLERK

Races Votes Races Votes
SALISBURY R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot
two (2) board members who shall
serve as members of the Board of
Education of said school district for
a term of three years each.
Vote For Two (combine with Chariton Co.)
FAYETTE R-III SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition No. 1: To choose by
ballot two directors who shall serve
as members of the Board of
Education of said School District for
a term of three years each.
Vote For Two
REGINA BOSS 6 JESSICA LYNN QUINT 233
CURT RAMSEY 7 MICHELLE HOWELL 268
TRACY E. MILLER 4 ERIC N. McSWAIN 356
GENE T. COSTANTINO 4 FRED C. WEIKER 243
CHRIS BROWN 6 —- —- —-
JUSTIN GREEN 1 —- —- —-
NEW FRANKLIN  R-I SCHOOL DIST. PROPOSITION 1
Proposition 1. To choose by ballot
Two directors who shall serve as
members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three years each.
Vote For Two (Combine with Boone Co.)
NEW FRANKLIN  R-I SCHOOL DIST. QUESTION
Shall the Board of Education of the New Franklin R-I School District of Howard County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000.00), for the purpose of providing funds for the construction, equipping and furnishing of a new gymnasium, locker rooms, and main lobby additions; to complete upgrades of the main entrance to comply with the Americans with disabilities Act (ADA) and security requirements; to upgrade parking facilities; and to complete other repairs and renovations to the existing facilities of the District; and issue bonds for the payment thereof? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the School District is estimated to remain unchanged at $0.7002 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property. (Combine with Boone Co.)
TRAVIS HUNDLEY 370 Yes 384
JASON JENNINGS 363 No 97
JUDITH ENGELBERG 106 —- —- —-
HIGBEE R-VIII SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTORS
TO CHOOSE BY BALLOT TWO
DIRECTORS WHO SHALL SERVE AS MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SAID DISTRICT FOR
THREE-YEAR TERMS EACH.
Vote For Two
HARRISBURG R-VIII SCHOOL  DISTRICT PROPOSITION 1
PROPOSITION 1: Shall the school board of the Harrisburg R-VIII School District be authorized to
increase the operating tax levy for
meeting the operating needs of the District by sixty-seven (67) cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation? Funds generated by the increased tax levy will be used for maintaining high quality instructional
programs, materials and equipment; meeting the increased need for technology in classrooms; competitively
recruiting and retaining quality teachers and staff; and meeting the increased costs of facilities maintenance, upkeep and improvements. If this proposition is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the school district is estimated to be
$4.0811 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation.
ROBERT E. WHISENAND 19 Yes 22
RENA M. SMITH “SHELLY” 7 No 30
WILLIAM “BJ” WESTFALL II 23
CITY OF FAYETTE FOR ALDERMAN EAST WARD TWO YEAR TERM
Vote For One
MIKE WALTER 21 SHELIA CHAPMAN 52
TOMMY KINDLE 24
CITY OF FAYETTE FOR ALDERMAN SOUTHWEST WARD TWO YEAR TERM
—- —- —-
BRANDY WARSAVAGE 14 —- —- —-
GREG STIDHAM 75 —- —- —-

Johnson County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes  Races  Votes 
CITY OF WARRENSBURG: SE-1, SE-2, SW, NE, NW Wards
Council Member (Vote for Two) (Three Year Term)
CITY OF HOLDEN Ward 1 Council Member
 (Vote for One) (Two Year Term)
Donna DeFrain 409 Doyle E. Weeks 69
Baird Allen Brock 307 Daniel B. Cast 45
Bob Watts 545
CITY HOLDEN Ward II Council Member
(Vote for One) (Two Year Term)
Eddie Osborne 333 Clarence Silvers III 30
Chuck Norton 89 Neil Carter 32
Danielle Johnston 570 —- —- —-
CITY OF HOLDEN Ward III Council Member
(Vote for One) (Two Year Term)
CITY OF HOLDEN Ward IV Council Member
(Vote for One) (Two Year Term)
Dorothy Wakeman 15 Mike Zumwalt 65
Sam W. Raber 51 Jim Gilcrest 50
Robert Talley 37 —- —- —-
CITY OF HOLDEN QUESTION
Question: Shall the City of Holden, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $185,000 for the purpose of refurbishing and equipping the City’s fire truck?
CITY OF KNOB NOSTER Ward I Alderman
(Vote for One) (Two Year Term)
Yes 258 John H. Cohen, Jr 37
No 139 Richard (Rick) Babineaux 37
CITY OF KNOB NOSTER QUESTION
Question: Shall the City of Knob Noster, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $950,000 for the purpose of constructing and equipping a new building to house City Hall and the Police Department?
CITY OF CENTERVIEW QUESTION
Question: Shall the City of Centerview, Missouri, issue its combined waterworks and sewerage system revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $800,000 to acquire, construct, rehabilitate and improve its combined waterworks and sewerage system including, but not limited to, the acquisition of land and the rehabilitation or upgrade of its sewage treatment plant and system to comply with new Missouri Department of Natural Resources rules and regulations, the costs and maintenance of said combined waterworks and sewerage system and the principal of and interest on said revenue bonds to be payable solely from the revenues derived from the operation of its combined waterworks and sewerage system, including all future improvements and extensions thereto?
Yes 133 Yes 14
No 75 No 5
CITY OF LEETON Ward I Alderman
(Vote for One) (Two Year Term)
WARRENSBURG R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT
HAZEL HILL, SIMPSON, MONTSERRAT, POST OAK, CENTERVIEW Board Members (Vote for Two) (Three Year Term)
Don Dodson 24 Rick Miller 880
Loretta Burford 20 Morris L. Collins 1,108
—- —- —- Scott P. Chenault 711
KNOB NOSTER R-VIII SCHOOL DISTRICT
KNOB NOSTER, MONTSERRAT, SIMPSON, LOWLAND, JEFFERSON, PETTIS COUNTY Proposition 1: Director (Vote for Two) (Three Year Term)
LONE JACK C-6 SCHOOL DISTRICT (JACKSON COUNTY): PITTSVILLE
Director (Vote for Two) (Three Year Term)
Tony J. Morris 32 Amber Hanna
Brent Robles 141 Mark Alan Smith
Larry L. Bolton Jr. 248 Kellie Roth
Tom Hughes 215
SHERWOOD CR-8 SCHOOL DISTRICT (CASS COUNTY): CHILHOWEE, ROSE HILL
Proposition 1: Director (Vote for Two) (Three Year Term)
“Billy” William Francis 99 Ben Jones
Morgan Ferrell Hildebrand 28 Robert T. Schumacher
Sue Zacarias 64 Kendal R. Kimbrough
OAK GROVE JR-6 SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTOR
(Vote for One) (One Year Unexpired Term) Daniel Turner
Darryl Hale 0 Bill Harbstreet
Keith Moyer 3 David Larcom
SHERWOOD CR-8 SCHOOL DISTRICT
Shall the Sherwood Cass R-VIII School District issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $3,500,000 for the purpose of constructing, improving, furnishing and equipping school facilities, including

  • constructing a new Vocational-Agriculture (Vo-Ag) building
  • renovating the current Vo-Ag space for an art classroom and weight room
  • security improvements to the high school and elementary school entryways
  • technology resources for science classrooms
  • playground equipment improvements
  • lighting improvements?

If this question is approved, the District’s debt service tax levy is estimated to remain unchanged at $1.00 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.

Oak Grove R-VI School District of Jackson Co. Proposition Panthers:
Shall the Board of Education of the Oak Grove R-VI School District of Jackson County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,900,000) for the purpose of providing funds to complete roof repairs; to add an air conditioning system to the elementary gym; to complete technology upgrades; to complete asphalt improvements; to improve primary and elementary playgrounds; and to the extent funds are available, to acquire facilities under the 2012 lease agreement and to complete additional repairs and renovations to the existing facilities of the District; and issue bonds for the payment thereof? If this position is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the School District is estimated to remain unchanged at $1.3210 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.
Yes 3 Yes 3
No 0 No 0
ODESSA LR-7 SCHOOL DISTRICT (LAFAYETTE COUNTY) DIRECTOR
 (Vote for Two) (Three Year Term)
SWEET SPRINGS SR-7 SCHOOL DISTRICT (SALINE COUNTY): DIRECTOR
Director (Vote for Two) (Three Year Term)
Kent Shutt 7 Marc W. Johnson 1
Brian Madsen 16 Paula Staples 1
Chad Hubbard 15 Thomas Trautman
—- —- —- Bruce Justin Hoyes 1
—- —- —- Eric Paul Giffen 1
JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT OF SEDALIA, MISSOURI (PCJC): TRUSTEE
(Vote for Two) (Six Year Term
WESTERN MISSOURI MEDICAL CENTER TRUSTEE
Trustee (Vote for One) (One Year Unexpired Term)
Randall D. Eaton Liz Fatka 1,595
Nick La Strada David Colwell 923
Justin Hubbs —- —- —-
Marlin Hammond —- —- —-
JOHNSON COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICE BOARD QUESTION
Question: Shall the Johnson County Emergency Services Board 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? Disapproval of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide vital services for Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats and trailers. —- —- —-
Yes 2,277 —- —- —-
No 453 —- —- —-

Lafayette County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
OAK GROVE R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT OF JACKSON COUNTY PROPOSITION 1
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot one (1) director who shall serve as a member of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of one (1) year.
OAK GROVE R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT
PROPOSITION PANTHERS: Shall the Board of Education of the Oak Grove R-VI School District of Jackson County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,900,000) for the purpose of providing funds to complete roof repairs; to add an air conditioning system to the elementary gym; to complete technology upgrades; to complete asphalt improvements; to improve primary and elementary playgrounds; and to the extent funds are available, to acquire facilities under the 2012 lease agreement and to complete additional repairs and renovations to the existing facilities of the District; and issue bonds for the payment thereof? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the School District is estimated to remain unchanged at $1.3210 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.
DARRYL HALE 28 Yes 58
KEITH MOYER 40 No 20
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-VII OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY DIRECTOR
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-X OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
KENT SHUTT 380 RHEANNA TODD 135
BRIAN MADSEN 592 BETH GRAY 67
CHAD HUBBARD 553 ANTHONEY MITCHELL 97
CITY OF OAK GROVE PROPOSITION
PROPOSITION: Shall the City of Oak Grove, Missouri impose a City sales tax of one-half of one percent the proceeds of which shall be used for public purposes including providing funding for renovation expenses associated with the relocation of the Police Station and City Hall to the Civic Center and acquisition of the former Bent Oak golf course property for construction of a pool/aquatics center and community center for the City on the property?
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-VII OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
Yes 11 KENT SHUTT
No 9 BRIAN MADSEN
CHAD HUBBARD
CITY OF ODESSA QUESTION
QUESTION: Shall the City of Odessa, Missouri discontinue 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.
Approval of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Odessa and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers.
I-E COMMON ROAD DISTRICT QUESTION
QUESTION: Do you favor the Renewal of the thirty five cent levy on the one hundred dollars of Assessed valuation of all taxable real and tangible personal property within said I-E Common Road District for a period of (4) years?
Yes 133 Yes 25
No 387 No 17
HIGGINSVILLE SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT
QUESTION: Do you favor a renewal levy of thirty seven cents on the one hundred dollars assessed valuation on all taxable real and tangible
personal property within the Higginsville Special Road District for a period of four (4) years?
DOVER SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT QUESTION
QUESTION: Do you favor renewing the existing levy of thirty-five cents on the one hundred dollars assessed valuation of all taxable real and tangible personal property within said Special Road District for a period of (4) years?
Yes 179 Yes 33
No 50 No 4
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-10 OF LAFAYETTE AND SALINE COUNTIES PROPOSITION 1
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. *Combine with Saline co.*
VILLAGE OF AULLVILLE FOR BOARD OF TRUSTEES TWO YEAR TERM
 (VOTE FOR TWO)
RANDY SLEEPER 106 WILLIAM ROBERT SIEGFRIED 14
JUSTIN SCHUSTER 97 TROY PELLY 13
MATT HOSTETTER 70 GARY HOLMAN 10
—- —- —- JOHN R. BROOKS 9
CITY OF LEXINGTON FOR COUNCILPERSON FIRST WARD TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE)
CITY OF LEXINGTON PROPOSITION A
PROPOSITION A: Shall the City of Lexington continue applying and collecting 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? This measure will not result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Lexington and it will not place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers.
HAROLD BONANOMI 54 Yes 294
JAY D. WHITNEY 41 No 141
CITY OF LEXINGTON PROPOSITION B
PROPOSITION B: Shall the City of Lexington, Missouri, impose a motor vehicle fuel tax including both gasoline and diesel fuel, at a rate of ($0.01) per gallon to be used to fund the construction, reconstruction, maintenance, repair, policing, signing, lighting, and cleaning of roads and/or streets; and for the payment of principal and interest on bonded indebtedness incurred for road and street purposes, the use thereof being subject to such other provision and restrictions as provided by law?
CITY OF LEXINGTON FOR COUNCILPERSON SECOND WARD TWO YEAR TERM
 (VOTE FOR ONE)
Yes 255 CAROLYN HOUSEWORTH 105
No 179 JEFF SIMPSON 46
CITY OF LEXINGTON FOR COUNCILPERSON FOURTH WARD TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE) —- —- —-
SCOTT LYNN 65 —- —- —-
DANIEL L. KING 36 —- —- —-

Linn County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
BROOKFIELD R-III SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTOR
To choose by ballot TWO DIRECTORS who shall serve as members of the BOARD OF EDUCATION of said district for a term of three years. (Vote for Two)
MEADVILLE R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION THREE YEAR TERM
(Vote for Two)
JAMES (JIM) McINTYRE 595 BEN KELLER 85
WILLIAM BLAKE DeVOY 495 SANDRA JOHNSON 46
GALEN (BUBBY) HICKS 514 JASON SCHMITZ 83
LACLEDE COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT FOR BOARD MEMBER SIX
(6) YEAR TERM (Vote for One)
LACLEDE QUESTION
Shall the office of City Tax Collector for the City of Laclede be changed from an Elected office to an appointed office?
LARRY SMITH 90 Yes
COREY LUDINGTON 58 No
CITY OF BROOKFIELD FOR CITY COUNCIL MEMBER THREE YEAR TERM
(Vote for Two)
CITY OF BUCKLIN FOR ALDERMAN TWO (2) YEAR TERM
(Vote for Two)
LONNIE TRENTHAM 352 FRANCES JENKINS 50
TODD BOURCARD 52 LARRY MILLS 46
PAUL W. FREY 115 HARVEY RILEY 43
JACK FORBES 204 DON FOSSE 8
RICHARD TECHAU 175 —- —- —-
PAUL BARGER 210 —- —- —-
CITY OF LACLEDE FOR ALDERMAN AT LARGE TWO YEAR TERM
(Vote for Two)
CITY OF MARCELINE SPECIAL BOND ELECTION
PROPOSITION MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL FACILITY:Shall the City of Marceline, Missouri borrow money in the amount of One Million Dollars for the purpose of providing funds for the construction, equipping and furnishing of a new municipal swimming pool facility on land already owned by the City; and issue bonds for the payment thereof resulting in an estimated increase to the debt service property tax levy of $0.49, per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation?

If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the City is estimated to increase from $0.00 to $0.49 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.

The general obligation bond issue is to augment the financing to be secured from the ½ Cent Local Parks Sales Tax approved at the November 3, 2015 election. No sales tax revenues can be collected until the general obligation bond issue received voter approval as well.

RUSSEL HOBBS Yes 339
LARRY PEEK No 153
DOUGLAS PEKELDER —- —- —-
CITY OF MEADVILLE FOR ALDERMAN TWO YEAR TERM
(Vote for Two)
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP PROPOSITION 1
PROPOSITION 1: Shall the current general road tax levy be appealed and a new tax levy be adopted of 35 cents per one hundred dollars valuation for general road purposes for a period of three (3) years in Jefferson Township, Linn County, Missouri?
RUTH MUNSTERMAN 9 Yes 109
BRAD COIN 49 No 41
MARC ZELL 36

Livingston County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
CHILLICOTHE R-II SCHOOL DISTRICT QUESTION
Shall the Chillicothe R-II School District, Livingston County, Missouri borrow $14,550,000 and issue general obligation bonds for the payment thereof, for purposes of constructing, improving, furnishing and equipping new and existing school buildings and related facilities, including but not limited to constructing a new building needed for preschool through first grades, demolishing the existing preschool buildings, replacing the failing roof on the High School, improving heating and air conditioning at Dewey and Field Elementary Schools and at Grand River Technical School, and making improvements for safety and security, including entry improvements at Grand River Technica School and construction of an enclosed corridor connecting the Middle School main building to the field house? Approval of this proposition is estimated to result in a tax increase of 37 cents over the existing debt service levy of $0.5960 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.
TINA-AVALON R-2 SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
Yes 1,258 WYATT DAVENPORT 26
No 742 GARNI CHURAN 14
CITY OF CHULA FOR MAYOR TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE) LU CORBIN 5
LARRY WARD 11 TESSICA JOHNSON 5
JOHN GRAVES 20
CALDWELL COUNTY R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
REORGANIZED SCHOOL DISTRICT GRUNDY R-IX
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. RACHEL BOEHM
DOROTHY JEAN TAUL  No Votes Cast MONICA ALLRED
COREY LEEPER  No Votes Cast
BROOKE McATEE  No Votes Cast
BOB GASS  No Votes Cast

Macon County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.

Races Votes Races Votes
HUDSON TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT COMMISSION
Three Year Term
Vote for One
MACON COUNTY E911 BOARD MEMBER AT LARGE
Four Year Term
Vote for One
NATHAN BINDER DAVID L. MORTON
ROBERT (BOB) LEWIS JAMES WILSON
SPECIAL ELECTION MACON COUNTY COMMISSION MACON COUNTY, MISSOURI CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT COUNTY SALES TAX
Shall the County of Macon continue a
countywide sales tax at the rate of one
half cent for a period of five years for
the purpose construction of County
bridges, road improvements and
purchase of equipment such as
motorgrader, etc.? (This is a
continuation of the present rate and
must be reapproved by the voters every
five years, and is not a tax increase.)
CITY OF MACON SALES TAX
Shall the City of Macon, Missouri
impose a sales tax of one-half of
one-percent(1/2¢) for a ten-year period for transportation purposes?
Yes Yes
No No
SPECIAL LEVY ELECTION MACON R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition KIDS – Safe Learning Environment at Macon R-I:

Shall the Board of Education of the
Macon County R-I School District,
Missouri, be authorized to increase the
operating tax levy ceiling for the purpose of providing funds for constructing, equipping, and furnishing of (1) an elementary classroom addition of approximately 14 new classrooms;
(2) a reinforced multi-purpose safe
space, for weather related emergencies,
with classrooms and a new elementary
library; (3) new entrances for enhanced
security; (4) a parking lot expansion;
(5) classroom additions to the Career
Center; and (6) to the extent funds are available, campus-wide facility and security improvements to existing buildings? If this proposition is approved, the operating tax levy ceiling of the School District is estimated to increase $0.89 from $3.1014 to $3.9914 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.

E911 BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT 1
Four Year Term
Vote for One
Yes JEFF BIXENMAN
No RANDALL WATSON
SHELBY COUNTY R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD DIRECTOR (Vote for Two)
To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of The Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
LA PLATA R-II SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER
To choose by ballot two (2) Board
Members who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
MATT ZACHARIAH CORY WAYNE CRAIG
NATHAN HILLARD STEVEN D. McHENRY
JIM FOSTER AMY B. CRAWFORD
DAVID FARRELL RICHARD D. BURNS
GARY WEAR —- —- —-
CITY OF ELMER ALDERMAN
Two Year Term
Vote for Two
NORTH SHELBY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER
To choose by ballot two (2) Board
Members who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
LANA ALLEN CLINT PRANGE
ALLEN RHOADES SCOT SHIVELY
COREY SMOTHERS MICHAEL RICH
CALLAO C-8 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MACON COUNTY, MISSOURI PROPOSITION NO.1
Shall the Board of Education of the
Callao C-8 School District be authorized to eliminate the rollback in its operating levy required under section 164.013? Approval of this proposition would permit the district to receive the full benefit of the state’s one-cent sales tax for education without reducing its operating
levy.
VILLAGE OF SOUTH GIFFORD COUNCILMAN
Two Year Term
Vote for Two
Yes JUDY C. COOK
No DEAN AHOLT
—- —- —- CYNTHIA DRAKEN
CALLAO C-8 SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER
Vote for Two
To choose by ballot two (2) Board
Members who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school
district for a term of three (3) years each.
CITY OF LA PLATA MAYOR
Two Year Term
Vote for One
JESSE L. PANTALEO LOIS BRAGG
DENATA SPARKS CHARLIE THOMPSON
DALE WRIEDT —- —- —-
AMY SCHAEFER —- —- —-
BEVIER C-4 SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER
Vote for Two
To choose by ballot two (2) Board
Members who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school
district for a term of three (3) years each.
SALISBURY R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER
Vote for Two
To choose by ballot two (2) Board
Members who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
BRENDA JENNINGS REGINA BOSS
LISA HARRINGTON CURT RAMSEY
TRACY E. MILLER
GENE T. COSTANTINO
CHRIS BROWN
JUSTIN GREEN

Pettis County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk. AWAITING RESULTS FROM CLERK

Races Votes Races Votes
ELECTION OF TRUSTEES OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT OF SEDALIA, MISSOURI FOR TRUSTEE SIX YEAR TERM
To elect two (2) trustees at large from The Junior College District of Sedalia, Missouri (also known as State Fair Community College), consisting of the
Sedalia School District 200; Pettis County R-IV LaMonte; Pettis County R-V Northwest; Pettis County R-VI Smithton; Pettis County R-VIII Green
Ridge; Pettis County R-XII; Benton County R-I Cole Camp; Benton County R-II Lincoln; Benton County R-IX Warsaw; and Cooper County R-VI Otterville in compliance with The Junior College District Law, Sections 178.770 to 178.891 inclusive, Revised
Statues of Missouri.
GREEN RIDGE R-VIII SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR THREE YEAR TERM
Vote for TWO
RANDALL D. EATON EDWARD R. HOPKINS JR.
NICK LA STRADA MARK HAVERLY
JUSTIN HUBBS KENNETH OLLISON
MARLIN HAMMOND BETHANY MOOTZ
THOMAS JAMES (T.J.) BRIDGES
BEN E BANNER
SMITHTON R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION No. 1
TO ELECT BY BALLOT TWO DIRECTORS WHO SHALL SERVE AS MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF
EDUCATION FOR SAID SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR A TERM OF THREE YEARS EACH. Vote for Two
SMITHTON R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION K.I.D.S
Shall the Board of Education of the Smithton R-VI School District of Pettis County, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling
by $0.2671 to $3.7949 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation in order to provide additional funds to retain highly qualified staff, enhance the safety and security of students and staff, increase the availability of relevant technology for student and staff use, and meet the operating expenses of the District? The District will reduce the debt service levy by $0.2671 per one hundred dollars of
assessed valuation that will offset the estimated $0.2671 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation increase to the operating levy and will result in no increase to the total tax levy if this
Proposition is approved by the voters.
JASON BROWN Yes
BECKY WILLIAMS No
STACEY LUTTRELL
BILL GROSE
PETTIS CO. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-V FOR DIRECTOR THREE YEAR TERM
PROPOSITION 2.
TO CHOOSE BY BALLOT TWO DIRECTORS WHO SHALL SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SAID SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR A TERM OF THREE YEARS EACH. Vote for TWO
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO R-VIII OF JOHNSON COUNTY FOR DIRECTOR
THREE YEAR TERM
PROPOSITION 1.
TO CHOOSE BY BALLOT TWO DIRECTORS WHO SHALL SERVE AS MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SAID SCHOOL
DISTRICT FOR A TERM OF THREE YEARS EACH. Vote for TWO
 AARON McMAINS TONY J. MORRIS
MATT R. POWELL BRENT ROBLES
JANICE KLEKE LARRY L. BOLTON JR
SWEET SPRINGS R-VII SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR THREE YEAR TERM
TO CHOOSE BY BALLOT TWO DIRECTORS WHO SHALL SERVE AS MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SAID SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR A TERM OF THREE YEARS. Vote for TWO TOM HUGHES
MARC W JOHNSON “BILLY” WILLIAM FRANCIS
PAULA STAPLES MORGAN FERRELL HILDEBRAND
THOMAS TRAUTMAN SUE ZACARIAS
BRUCE JUSTIN HOYES
ERIC PAUL GIFFEN
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. ONE OF PETTIS COUNTY FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS SIX YEAR TERM
Vote for ONE
PETTIS COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR DISTRICT 1
Vote for One
HAROLD REAM DAVID CLIPPERT
TIM PADGETT  TIM PADGETT
PETTIS COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR DISTRICT 4
Vote for One
PETTIS COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT SALES TAX
Shall the Pettis County Ambulance District continue applying and collecting its local sales taxes on the
titling of motor vehicles, trailers, boats, and outboard motors that were purchased from a source other
than a licensed Missouri dealer? Continuation of this measure will not result in a reduction of local
revenue to provide for vital services for the Pettis County Ambulance District and it will not place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard
motors, boats, and trailers.
LES HARRELL, JR. Yes
BILL J GRIFFITH No
VILLAGE OF HUGHESVILLE
FOR TRUSTEE
TWO YEAR TERM
Vote for TWO
VILLAGE OF HUGHESVILLE TAX LEVY
Shall the Thirty cent ($.30) tax levy on One Hundred Dollar ($100.00) Valuation for general municipal
purposes for four (4) years in the Village of Hughesville, Missouri be approved.
FRANK LINDSEY Yes
JENNIFER RAINES No
DAN WUEBKER
LISA MUELLER
CITY OF LA MONTE FOR ALDERMAN WARD I TWO YEAR TERM
Vote for ONE
CITY OF LA MONTE FOR COUNCILMAN FIRST WARD
Vote for ONE
SHAWN R BEDELL CHUCK LEFTWICH
PAUL DAVES SR JEFF LEEMAN
FRED ARMSTRONG
CITY OF LA MONTE FOR COUNCILMAN THIRD WARD
Vote for ONE
CITY OF LA MONTE FOR COUNCILMAN FOURTH WARD
Vote for ONE
DONALD MEIER TOLBERT (TOLLIE) L. ROWE
W.T. (TOM) CUNNINGHAM JR. JOHN FRITZ
CITY OF SMITHTON FOR ALDERMAN WEST WARD TWO YEAR TERM
Vote for ONE
CITY OF SMITHTON QUESTION
Shall the City of Smithton discontinue 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?
Approval of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Smithton and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles,
outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers. Write-in
JOHN HOLLOMON Yes
JEREMY ROBERTS No
CITY OF WINDSOR QUESTION #1
Shall the City of Windsor 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? Approval of this measure will not result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Windsor and it will not place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers.
CITY OF WINDSOR QUESTION #2
Shall the City of Windsor Board of Alderman be authorized to vote on an ordinance which would allow for the position of City Collector to be appointed in place of an election?
Yes Yes
No No

Randolph County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk. Awaiting results from Clerk

Races Votes Races Votes
COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT OF THE MOBERLY AREA FOR TRUSTEE FOUR YEAR TERM
Vote For On
HIGBEE R-VIII SCHOOL DISTRICT TO CHOOSE BY BALLOT TWO DIRECTORS  WHO SHALL SERVE AS MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SAID DISTRICT FOR THREE-YEAR TERMS EACH.
Vote for Two
DAVID WEIS 1,251 ROBERT E. WHISENAND 118
ROY MORALES-KUHN 312 RENA M. SMITH “SHELLY” 22
WILLIAM “BJ” WESTFALL II 115
MIKE WALTER 55
MOBERLY NO. 81 SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTORS
To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of Moberly School District #81 for a term of three (3) years each. (Vote for Two)
MOBERLY NO. 81 SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPOSITION S
Shall the Board of Education of the Moberly School District No. 81 of Randolph County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Nine Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($9,500,000) for the purpose providing funds to renovate/relocate the main offices at each building for security purposes; renovate the performing arts center and fine arts wing in the high school; construct additional classrooms at the North Park and South Park Elementary Schools; replace deteriorated exterior brick; renovate and construct secure entrances and card readers; complete roof repairs and replacement; upgrade HVAC systems and electrical systems; and to the extent funds are available, completing other repairs and
improvements to the existing facilities of the District; and issue bonds for payment thereof as outlined in the District Long Range Facility Plan. If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy for the School District is estimated to remain unchanged at $1.4423 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation of real and personal
property.
JEFF LAWRENCE 833 Yes 1,366
BOBBY RILEY 949 No 330
MARY LEE NOEL 1,165
SALISBURY SCHOOL DISTRICT R-IV BOARD OF EDUCATION
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) board members who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three years each. Vote For Two
MACON COUNTY R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition KIDS Safe Learning Environment at Macon R-1
Shall the Board of Education of the Macon County R-I School District, Missouri, be authorized to increase the
operating tax levy ceiling for the purpose of providing funds for construction, equipping, and furnishing of (1) an elementary classroom addition of approximately 14 new classrooms; (2) a reinforced multi-purpose safe space, for weather related emergencies, with classrooms and a new elementary library; (3) new entrances for enhanced security; (4) a parking lot expansion; (5) classroom additions to the Career Center; and (6) to the extent funds are available, campus-wide facility and security improvements to existing buildings? If this proposition is
approved, the operating tax levy ceiling of the School District is estimated to increase $0.89 from $3.1014 to $3.9914 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.
REGINA BOSS 8 Yes 0
CURT RAMSEY 16 No 0
TRACY E. MILLER 11
GENE T. COSTANTINO 2
CHRIS BROWN 9
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-IV OF RANDOLPH COUNTY FOR BOARD DIRECTOR THREE YEAR TERM
Vote For Two
JUSTIN GREEN 2 T.J. ADAMS 48
BRIDGET N. RYAN 22
AMBULANCE DISTRICT OF RANDOLPH COUNTY FOR DIRECTOR DISTRICT 4 THREE YEAR TERM
Vote For One TERRY L. THRASHER 47
THERESA ULRICH 75 BRANDON BAILEY 85
JOHNNY MILNES 89 HENRY WESTHUES 139
MOBERLY SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT PROPOSITION
Shall the Moberly Special Road District of Randolph County continue to levy an additional tax rate of nine cents ($0.09) on the hundred dollars valuation for a
period of four (4) years.
WESTON S. GAUGHAN 43
Yes 1,159 DONNA FARRIS DAVID 84
No 523 GREGG JAECQUES 218
CITY OF CLARK FOR COLLECTOR TWO YEAR TERM
Vote for One
CITY OF CLIFTON HILL FOR ALDERMAN FOUR YEAR TERM
Vote for Two
BETTY J. COLLEY 19 RUBY CARLENE RUDKIN 16
PEGGY ASHBAUGH 15 JAMES A DESKIN 15
CITY OF HUNTSVILLE FOR COUNCILPERSON WARD 4 TWO YEAR TERM
Vote for One
CITY OF HUNTSVILLE  FOR COUNCILPERSON WARD 4 ONE YEAR UNEXPIRED TERM
Vote for One
WM NEIL BLOCK 16 WILLIAM ECKENROD 21
JON GORDY 29 DOUG HELMICH 22
CITY OF HIGBEE QUESTION
Shall the City of Higbee, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $435,000 for the purpose of extending and improving the streets and roads of the City?
CITY OF MOBERLY FOR COUNCILMAN THREE YEAR TERM
Vote for Two
Yes 75 DAVID LYNN 493
No 36 GARY BOWMAN 425
SHANE ADRIAN 659
HERB LAWRENCE, JR. 628
Ray County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.
Races Votes Races Votes
RAY COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR BOARD MEMBER 4 YEAR TERM
Vote for One
CAMDEN SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT FOR COMMISSIONER (DIRECTOR) THREE (3) YEAR TERM
Vote For One
JOHN E. SCOWLEY 1,164 JOHN R. LONG 92
BRUCE TAYLOR 1,112 JANET A. STEPHENS 64
CAMDEN SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT QUESTION
SHALL THE SPECIAL TAX OF
TWENTY FOUR (24) CENTS PER ONE
HUNDRED ($100.00) DOLLARS
VALUATION BE CONTINUED FOR A
PERIOD OF FOUR (4) YEARS?
CITY OF CAMDEN FOR MAYOR TWO YEAR TERM EXPIRES APRIL 2018
Yes 74 TONY L. BARCHERS 7
No 80 ANGELIQUE RITCHIE 4
KAREN K. BAKER 33
CITY OF CAMDEN QUESTION 1
Shall the City of Camden, Missouri, adopt the provisions of Section 115.124.1 RSMo., which in part, provides that if the number of candidates who have filed for a particular office is equal to the number of positions in that office to be filled, no election shall be held for such office, and the candidates shall assume the responsibilities of their offices at the same time and in the same manner as if they had been elected? (If this question is approved by a majority of the qualified voters in the City of Camden, it remains in effect for six calendar years. Should the City wish to continue holding elections in this manner, such question
must again be adopted by a majority of the voters of the City.)
CITY OF CAMDEN QUESTION  2
Shall the City of Camden 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? Approval of this measure will not result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Camden and it will not place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats and trailers.
Yes 30 Yes 34
No 25 No 19
CITY OF FLEMING QUESTION 1
Shall the City of Fleming, Missouri, adopt the provisions of Section 115.124.1 RSMo., which in part, provides that if the number of candidates who have filed for a particular office is equal to the number of positions in that office to be filled, no election shall be held for such office, and the candidates shall assume the responsibilities of their offices at the same time and in the same manner as if they had been elected? (If this question is approved by a majority of the qualified voters in the City of Fleming, it remains I in effect for six calendar years. Should the City wish to continue holding elections in this manner, such question must again be adopted by a majority of the voters of the City)
HARDIN SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT FOR BOARD MEMBER THREE YEAR TERM
Yes 11 KIRK ELLIS 29
No 3 STEPHEN SHIRLEY 58
CITY OF HENRIETTA QUESTION 1
Shall the City of Henrietta, Missouri, adopt the provisions of Section 115.124.1 RSMo., which in part, provides that if the number of candidates who have filed for a particular office is equal to the number of positions in that office to be filled, no election shall be held for such office, and the candidates shall assume the responsibilities of their offices at the same time and in the same manner as if they had been elected? (If this question is approved by a majority of the qualified voters in the City of Henrietta, it remains in effect for six calendar years. Should the City wish to continue holding elections in this manner, such question must again be adopted by a majority of ‘ the voters of the City)
CITY OF HENRIETTA QUESTION 2
Shall the City of Henrietta 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? Approval of this measure will not result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Henrietta and it will not place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats and trailers.
Yes 12 Yes 11
No 11 No 10
CITY OF CRYSTAL LAKES FOR ALDERMAN TWO (2) YEAR TERM
Vote for Two
CITY OF CRYSTAL LAKES QUESTION
Shall the City of Crystal Lakes 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? Approval of this measure will let the money collected to be sent to the City of Crystal Lakes, instead of the state in which the item was purchased. Approval of this measure will not result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Crystal Lakes and it will not place Missouri delaers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers. The taxes will remain the same whether approved or not.
PAUL BUTLER 11 Yes 24
KEITH HUDSON 22 No 8
GREGORY KRUEGER 18
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-VII OF CALDWELL COUNTY DIRECTORS
To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. (Vote for Two)
LAWSON R-XIV SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR BOARD OF EDUCATION ONE YEAR TERM
To choose by ballot one director who shall serve as members of the Board of Directors of said School District for a term specified. (Vote for One)
MARK KIPPING 8 MATT BRIEGEL 277
JEFF GENTRY 12 REASON SWAFFORD 313
SHANE RARDON 17
LAWSON SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT QUESTION
Shall the continuation of the $0.30 levy per $100.00 valuation for the purpose of supplying funds for operation and II maintenance of the Lawson Special Road District be approved for four (4) years 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019?
CITY OF LAWSON FOR MAYOR TWO YEAR TERM
Vote for One
Yes 396 MARTIN HUMMEL 133
No 118 GREGORY WAYNE TAYLOR 301
CITY OF LAWSON FOR ALDERMAN WARD ONE TWO YEAR TERM
Vote For One
CITY OF LAWSON QUESTION
Shall the City of Lawson continue applying and collecting 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? Approval of this measure will not result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Lawson and it will not place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers
JIM WILLIS 82 Yes 264
JAMES M, NOLKER (MATT) 142 No 165
CITY OF ORRICK FOR ALDERMEN AT LARGE TWO YEAR TERM
Vote For Two
CITY OF RICHMOND QUESTION
Shall the City of Richmond, Missouri continue applying and collecting its local sales taxes on the titling of motor vehicles, trailers, boats, and outboard motors that were purchased from a source other than a licensed Missouri
dealer? Continuation of this measure will not result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Richmond and it will not place Missouri
dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers.
SHIRLEY TAYLOR 69 Yes 416
TODD WYSE 78 No 229
JEANETTE HENSLEY 45
CITY OF WOOD HEIGHTS PROPOSITION NUMBER ONE
Shall the City of Wood Heights, Missouri, be authorized to impose a Sales Tax of one percent (1 %) for street repairs, street maintenance and street improvements?
CITY OF WOOD HEIGHTS PROPOSITION NUMBER TWO
Shall the City of Wood Heights, Missouri, 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? Rejection of this measure will result in a reduction of local revenue to provide for vital services for the City of Wood Heights, Missouri, and it will place Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers at a competitive disadvantage to non-Missouri dealers of motor vehicles, outboard motors, boats, and trailers?
Yes 70 Yes 73
No 31 No 29

Saline County – Final results are unofficial until certified by county clerk.  AWAITING RESULTS FROM CO. CLERK

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HARDEMAN R-10 SCHOOL DISTRICT
Propositioit 1: To chdose by ballot two (2) directors who shall. serve as-members of the. Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each…..  (VOTE FOR TWO)
SANTA. FE R-X.SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: – To choose- by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as, members of the Board of Education;: of: said school district for
a term of three-(3) years each.
DANN RUSSELL 61 RANDY SLEEPER 43
ISAAC CHRISTY 71 JUSTIN SCHUSTER 42
STEPHANIE L. KELLER 30 MATT HOSTETTER 12
VILLAGE OF GRAND PASS FOR BOARD MEMBER TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR THREE)
MALTA BEND R-V SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proposition 1: To chobse by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each.
JOYCE A. DAMBACHER 11 WALDEN E. CHEVALIER JR. 67
BRETT SULLIVAN 5 LARRY W. SURBER 45
HERBERT H. RICHTERMEYER 11 SCOTT MOORE 27
BEVERLY S. RICHTERMEYER 12
MARSHALL SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTORS
(VOTE FOR TWO)
MARSHALL SCHOOL DISTRICT QUESTIONS
Shall Marshall Public Schools, Saline County, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy of the District to $3.12 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for constructing improvements to existing facilities including safety and energy as well as general operating purposes, such increase to expire .with the-:end of the tax year ending December 31, 2026?
If this proposition is approved, the operating levy of the District will increase by $0.37 from $2.75 currently to $3.12 per one hundred
dollars of assessed valuation.
PAUL EDWARD HARPER JR. 1,195 Yes 1,268
KATHRYN GREEN 1,052 No 1,048
MICHAEL R. MILLS 1,656
CITY OF MARSHALL FOR COUNCIL MEMBER WARD I TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE)
CITY OF MARSHALL FOR COUNCIL MEMBER WARD 2 TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE)
SHEILA COOK 212 VINCENT LUTTERBIE 92
RON OTT 561 KIRK ARENDS 455
CITY OF MARSHALL FOR COUNCIL MEMBER WARD 4 TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE)
MIAMI R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTORS
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. (VOTE FOR TWO)
RONALD DUVALL 90 MICHAEL MULLINS 34
RUDY REYES 231 KELSEY ARNOLD 25
LYLE WILLIAMS 48
DWIGHT MIKELS 39
CITY OF MIAMI FOR BOARD MEMBER TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR THREE)
SWEET SPRINGS R-VII SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD DIRECTORS
Proposition 1: To choose by ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. (VOTE FOR TWO)
JOHN CASE 20 MARC W. JOHNSON 46
CHRISTINA A. TAYLOR 10 PAULA STAPLES 209
BILLY JOE NARRON 11 THOMAS TRAUTMAN 168
DERRICK ARNOLD 22 BRUCE JUSTIN HOYES 102
CITY OF SWEET SPRINGS FOR ALDERMAN WARD 1 TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE) ERIC PAUL GIFFEN 182
BILL HARDING 25
ERIC RADER 13
CITY OF SWEET SPRINGS QUESTION
Shall Sweet Springs, Missouri issue its
general obligation bonds in the amount of $395,000 for the purpose of making
modifications to and improving the City’s swimming pool?
CITY OF SWEET SPRINGS PROPOSITION NO. 2
Shall the Board of Aldermen of the City of Sweet Springs, Missouri, provide by ordinance for the appointment of a Collector as provided for by the Statutes of the State of Missouri?
Yes 154 Yes 154
No 69 No 69
SLATER. SCHOOL DISTRICT DIRECTORS
Proposition 1: To choose ballot two (2) directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Education of said school district for a term of three (3) years each. (VOTE FOR TWO)
CITY OF SLATER FOR COUNCILMAN WARD I TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE)
RITA (MEYER) WOLFE 156 HARRY LIGHTFOOT 28
JOEY GOCHENOUR 180 WAYNE F. HEUMAN 65
CALEB JORDAN 114
CITY OF SLATER FOR COUNCILMAN WARD II TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE)
CITY OF SLATER FOR COUNCILMAN WARD III TWO YEAR TERM
(VOTE FOR ONE)
GLENN RAY THOMAS 16 FRED W. WEST 23
JAKE BRUMIT 18 BRETT HEMEYER 62
PETTIS CO. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. R-V FOR DIRECTOR THREE YEAR TERM
PROPOSITION 2.
TO CHOOSE BY BALLOT TWO DIRECTORS WHO SHALL SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SAID SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR A TERM OF THREE YEARS EACH. Vote for TWO
AARON McMAINS 0
MATT R. POWELL 0
JANICE KLENKE 0