In Morgan County Republican Jay Fisher will take the presiding commissioner seat defeating the Democrat candidate John Boone. Republican Louella Pryor takes the county treasurer seat defeating LK Cable. The recorder of deeds will be Republican Nancy Boles, defeating Democrat James Fowler. And Democrat Dustin Dunklee is the prosecuting attorney, defeating Republican Howard Shrout.
For state district representative 115 shared by Miller and Morgan counties, Rodney Schad retains his seat. For the 155th state rep seat shared by Miller Morgan and Camden, Diane Franklin defeats John Page.
For the Lake Ozark $6 million dollar bond issue that touches Camden and Miller, it passes by a wide margin with roughly 70% in favor.
For Camden County Kris Franken will be the new Republican commissioner, defeating his opponent Eric Mayer. Associate Circuit Judge in Division 3 will be Aaron Koeppen, defeating the incumbent Richelle Christensen. County Clerk Rowland Todd retains his seat defeating Democrat James Hodshon. Collector of Revenue in Camden County will be Vicky North Burns. And for Linn Creek the transportation and law enforcement ballot initiatives fail, the capital improvement bond issue passes.
Vicky Hartzler is leading in the 4th Congressional District as of 11 p.m. We will have that race and all of the statewide ballot initiatives starting at 6 o’clock Wednesday morning.