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PERRY COUNTY
NOVEMBER GENERAL ELECTION 

NOVEMBER 8, 2016
 

STATEWIDE

 
President and Vice President

Hillary Clinton  Timothy Kane (Dem)
Donald Trump  Michael Pence (Rep)
Gary Johnson  Bill Weld (Lib)
Darrell Castle  Scott Bradley (Cst)
Jill Stein  Ajamu Baraka (Grn)

Votes: 1520
Votes: 6907
Votes: 231
Votes: 35
Votes: 39

U.S. Senator

Jason Kander (Dem)
Roy Blunt (Rep)
Jonathan Dine (Lib)
Fred Ryman (Cst)
Johnathan McFarland (Grn)

Votes: 2636
Votes: 5599
Votes: 194
Votes: 70
Votes: 92

Governor 

Chris Koster (Dem)
Eric Greitens (Rep)
Cisse Spragins (Lib)
Don Fitz (Grn)
Lester Turilli, Jr. (Ind)

Votes: 2664
Votes: 5724
Votes: 83
Votes: 44
Votes: 102


Lieutenant Governor 

Russ Carnahan (Dem)
Mike Parson (Rep)
Steven Hedrick (Lib)
Jennifer Leach (Grn)

Votes: 2179
Votes: 5838
Votes: 165
Votes: 196


Secretary of State 

Robin Smith (Dem)
John (Jay) Ashcroft (Rep)
Chris Morrill (Lib)

Votes: 1881
Votes: 6290
Votes: 254


State Treasurer 

Judy Baker (Dem)
Eric Schmitt (Rep)
Sean O'Tooler (Lib)
Carol Hexem (Grn)

Votes: 1734
Votes: 6250
Votes: 184
Votes: 91

Attorney General

Teresa Hensley (Dem)
Josh Hawley (Rep)

Votes: 1945
Votes: 6381

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

US REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 8

Dave Cowell (Dem)
Jason Smith (Rep)
Jonathan Shell (Lib)

Votes: 1468
Votes: 6615
Votes: 224

STATE SENATE
STATE SENATOR
DISTRICT 27

Donnie Owens (Dem)
Wayne Wallingford (Rep)

Votes: 1791
Votes: 6232

STATE REPRESENTATIVE

DISTRICT 116

Kevin Engler (Rep)

Votes: 2329

DISTRICT 145

Ronald Pember (Dem)
Rick Francis (Rep)
Victoria (Tori) Proffer (Cst)

Votes: 869
Votes: 4508
Votes: 199

CIRCUIT JUDGE

Circuit Judge, Circuit 32, Division 2

Ben Lewis

Votes:

PERRYVILLE
ASSOCIATE COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 1

Marion Brown (Dem)
Jay Wengert (Rep)

Votes: 875
Votes: 3311

ASSOCIATE COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 2

James Sutterer (Rep)

Votes: 3889

SHERIFF

Gary Schaaf (Rep)

Votes: 7531

ASSESSOR

Charles Triller (Rep)

Votes: 7425

CORONER

Jim Martin (Dem)
William "Bill" Bohnert (Rep)

Votes: 2465
Votes: 5911

SURVEYOR

Timothy Baer (REP)

Votes: 7359

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR

Tammy Tarrillion (Rep)

Votes: 7291

JUDICIAL BALLOT
 

Shall Judge Richard Teitelman of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?

Yes: 4984
No: 2158

 

Shall Judge Philip Hess of the Eastern District Court of Appeals be retained in office?

Yes: 4949
No: 2092

 

Shall Judge James Dowd of the Eastern District Court of Appeals be retained in office?

Yes: 4937
No: 2103

AMENDMENTS
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 1
Shall Missouri continue for 10 years the one-tenth of one percent sales/use tax that is used for soil and water conservation and for state parks and historic sites, and resubmit this tax to the voters for approval in 10 years?

The measure continues and does not increase the existing sales and use tax of one-tenth of one percent for 10 years. The measure would continue to generate approximately $90 million annually for soil and water conservation and operation of the state park system.
 

                          Yes: 7200

No: 1253

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 2

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to:

  • establish limits on campaign contributions by individuals or entities to political parties, political committees, or committees to elect candidates for state or judicial office;
  • prohibit individuals and entities from intentionally concealing the source of such contributions;
  • require corporations or labor organizations to meet certain requirements in order to make such contributions; and
  • provide a complaint process and penalties for any violations of this amendment?

It is estimated this proposal will increase state government costs by at least $118,000 annually and have an unknown change in costs for local governmental entities. Any potential impact to revenues for state and local governmental entities is unknown.

                          Yes: 5846

No: 2292

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 3

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to:

  • increase taxes on cigarettes each year through 2020, at which point this additional tax will total 60 cents per pack of 20;
  • create a fee paid by cigarette wholesalers of 67 cents per pack of 20 on certain cigarettes, which fee shall increase annually; and
  • deposit funds generated by these taxes and fees into a newly established Early Childhood Health and Education Trust Fund?

When cigarette tax increases are fully implemented, estimated additional revenue to state government is $263 million to $374 million annually, with limited estimated implementation costs. The revenue will fund only programs and services allowed by the proposal. The fiscal impact to local governmental entities is unknown.

                          Yes: 3369

No: 5070

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 4

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to prohibit a new state or local sales/use or other similar tax on any service or transaction that was not subject to a sales/use or similar tax as of January 1, 2015?

Potential costs to state and local governmental entities are unknown, but could be significant. The proposal's passage would impact governmental entity's ability to revise their tax structures. State and local governments expect no savings from this proposal.

                          Yes: 5958

No: 2388

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 6

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to state that voters may be required by law, which may be subject to exemption, to verify one's identity, citizenship, and residence by presenting identification that may include valid government-issued photo identification?

The proposed amendment will result in not costs or savings because any potential costs would be due to the enactment of a general law allowed by this proposal. If such a general law is enacted, the potential costs to state and local governments is unknown, but could exceed $2.1 million annually.

                          Yes: 5918

No: 2268

STATORY MEASURES
PROPOSITION A

Shall Missouri law be amended to:
  • Increase taxes on cigarettes in 2017, 2019, and 2021, at which point this additional tax will total 23 cents per pack of 20;
  • increase the tax paid by sellers on other tobacco products by 5 percent of manufacturer's invoice price;
  • use funds generated by these taxes exclusively to fund transportation infrastructure projects; and
  • repeal these taxes if a measure to increase any tax or fee on cigarettes or other tobacco products is certified to appear on any local or statewide ballot?

State government revenue will increase by approximately $95 million to $103 million annually when cigarette and tobacco tax increases are fully implemented, with the new revenue earmarked for transportation infrastructure. Local government revenues could decrease approximately $3 million annually due to decreased cigarette and tobacco sales.

                         Yes: 3783

No: 4516