The new 124th Missouri House seat unoffically has two Republican candidates.
Northern Camden County and southern Miller County will have Rocky Miller and Carolyn Loraine on their ballot in the August primary.
Miller is an engineer, surveyor, and former director of the Missouri School Board Association from Tuscumbia. Loraine is the former Presiding Commissioner for Camden County. She says she expects more names.
Camden County’s southern half, including Camdenton, is now in the 123rd district with the eastern part of Laclede County and part of Lebanon. The representative for the former 155th District, Diane Franklin, is expected to run for the 123rd seat.
Loraine says the redistricting works for her.
Northern Miller County is cut in three by the 58th, 59th, and 62nd Missouri House districts. The 58th district covers all of Morgan, part of Miller, and part of Moniteau County.
First day of official candidate filing for state seats is February 28th.