Camden County voters have decided the question of whether or not to allow the public water system district three to issue $7.9 million dollars in bonds and the answer is no. Only two precincts were voting on the issue which was defeated 134 to 106. Several county candidates ran unopposed and are now officially elected. They include Greg Hasty for Presiding Commissioner, Rowland Todd for County Clerk, Michael Gilley for Prosecuting Attorney, Vicky Burns for County Collector and Ronnie Capps for County Auditor.
In Morgan County there were a few contests including the Presiding Commissioner, with all precincts reporting, Republican James Bryant won over Democrat James Vaughan 3391 to 1846 votes. County Clerk Democrat Cathy Daniels retains her position against Republican Juila Crabtree 3015 to 2296 votes. Circuit Clerk Republican Lori Moon won over Democrat Bill Arment 4040 to 1243 votes and County Treasurer Republican Kim Gunn Ingersoll won over Democrat Megan Vansell 3827 to 1440 votes. Uncontested candidates who are now officially elected include Republican Nancy Boles for Recorder of Deeds, Democrat Dustin Dunklee for Prosecuting Attorney and Democrat Kathy Francis for Collector.
There were several uncontested races in Miller County and the candidates are now officially elected after the winning primary back in august. Tom Wright for Presiding Commissioner, Clinton Jenkins for County Clerk, Genise Buechter for Circuit Clerk, Debbie Wiles for Recorder of Deeds, Phil Lawson for County Treasurer, Benjamin Winfrey for Prosecuting Attorney, and William Harvey for Collector.
Several candidates in Benton County ran unopposed and are now officially elected to their positions. They include Michelle McLerran Morgan for Presiding Commissioner, Susan Porterfield for County Clerk, Cheryl Lutjen Schultz for Circuit Court Clerk, Beverly Burnett for Recorder of Deeds, Rick Renno for County Treasurer, Karen Coffey Woodley for Prosecuting Attorney and Donna Hart for County Collector.
In Maries County. For Presiding Commissioner Republican Ray Schwartze defeated Democrat Larry Kleffner but the big race was for Prosecuting Attorney where Democrat Terry Daley Schwartze defeated Republican Tony Skouby 1,402 votes to 1,302 votes. Additionally Circuit Clerk Democrat Mark Buschmann, County Clerk Democrat Rhonda Brewer, Collector of Revenue Democrat Wayne Williams and Treasure Democrat Rhonda Stone won uncontested.
In Hickory County no races were contested for election night, however, the following individuals are now officially elected. Republican Robert Sawyer was elected Presiding Commissioner. Republican Jeanne Lindsey was elected County Clerk, Republican Cee Cee Smith was elected Circuit Clerk, Republican Pamela Hutton was elected Recorder of Deeds, Republican Kenny Ratliff elected County Treasurer and Republican Michael Brown was elected Prosecuting attorney.
In Laclede County, Official results, when released, will be available here: http://lacledecountymissouri.org/clerk/electresults/files/November%202014%20Election%20Results.html
In the statewide elections, the full election results are available here: http://enr.sos.mo.gov/EnrNet/Default.aspx