BENTON COUNTY - Election Results

August 7, 2018
Primary Election - Unofficial Results

Below are the unofficial results for the August 7th Primary Election. For statewide results, please visit the State of Missouri Election Night Reporting site. For other results, please refer to your preferred news outlet.

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Republican Party

For United States Senator

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Tony Monetti 460 14.89%`
Austin Petersen 172 5.57%
Josh Hawley 1,752 56.72%
Fred Ryman 39 1.26%
Christina Smith 164 5.31%
Kristi Nichols 252 8.16%
Bradley Krembs 18 0.58%
Ken Patterson 103 3.33%
Brian G. Hagg 31 1.00%
Courtland Skyes 32 1.04%
Peter Pfeifer 66 2.14%

For State Auditor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Kevin M. Roach 629 22.86%
David Wasinger 856 31.10%
Paul Curtman 340 12.35%
Saundra McDowell 927 33.68%

For United States Representative, District 4

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
John Webb 885 27.76%
Vicky Hartzler 2,303 72.24%

For State Senator, District 28

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Sandy Crawford 2,600 100.00%

For State Representative, District 57

Candidate NAME Votes % of Votes
Rodger L. Reedy 1,325 100.00%

For State Representative, District 125

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Warren D. Love 1,456 100.00%

For Circuit Judge, Circuit 30

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Michael O. Hendrickson 2,541 100.00%

For Associate Circuit Judge

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Mark B. Pilley 2,603 100.00%

For Presiding Commissioner

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Rodney T. Johnson 952 30.08%
Bob Meuschke 336 10.62%
Steve Daleske 1,275 40.28%
Jim Hayes 602 19.02%

For County Clerk

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Susan Porterfield 2,697 100.00%

For Circuit Clerk

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Cheryl Schultz 2,683 100.00%

For Recorder

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Carla J. Brown 2,661 100.00%

For Treasurer

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Rick Renno 2,742 100.00%

For Prosecuting Attorney

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Karen Coffey Woodley 2,525 100.00%

For Collector

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
David Brodersen 2,687 100.00%

For Cole Township Committeewoman

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Beverly Burnett 146 55.30%
Donna Hart-Nolte 118 44.70%

Democratic Party

For United States Senator

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Carla (Coffee) Wright 84 7.16%
Angelica Earl 40 3.41%
Lenoard Joseph Steinman II 20 1.71%
John Hogan 46 3.92%
Travis Gonzalez 8 0.68%
David Faust 26 2.22%
Claire McCaskill 949 80.90%

For State Auditor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Nichole Galloway 986 100.00%

For United States Representative, District 4

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Renee Hoagenson 570 51.87%
Hallie J. Thompson 529 48.13%

For State Senator, District 28

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Joe Poor 1,024 100.00%

For State Representative, District 57

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Joan Shores 331 100.00%

For State Representative, District 125

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Chase Crawford 732 100.00%

Libertarian Party

For United States Senator

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Japheth Campbell 11 100.00%


For State Auditor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Sean O'Toole 11 100.00%


For United States Representative, District 4

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Steven Koonse 1 12.50%
Mark Bliss 7 87.50%


Green Party

For United States Senator

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Jo Crain 1 25.00%
Jerome Bauer 3 75.00%


For State Auditor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Don Fitz 4 100.00%


Constitution Party

For State Auditor

Candidate Name Votes % of Votes
Jacob Luetkemeyer 4 100.00%


Non-Partisan

Statutory Measure Proposition A

Referendum ordered by Petition
Do the people of the state of Missouri want to adopt Senate Bill 19 ("Right-to-Work") as passed by the general assembly in 2017, which prohibits as a condition of employment the forced membership in a labor organization (union) or forced payments of dues in full or pro-rata (fair-share); make any activity which violates employees' rights illegal and ineffective; allow legal remedies for anyone injured as a result of another person violating or threatening to violate employees' rights; and which shall not apply to union agreements entered into before the effective date of Senate Bill 19? State and local government entities expect no costs or savings.

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 1,614 35.24%
No 2,966 64.76%


Lincoln Community Nursing Home District

In order to maintain high quality, long-term care services for our community senior citizens, shall the Lincoln Community Nursing Home District be authorized to increase the annual rate of property tax from twenty cents to thirty-five cents on the hundred dollars assessed valuation?

Yes/No Votes % of Votes
Yes 511 49.28%
No 526 50.72%

Results are for Benton County, Missouri ONLY.
Results as of  08/08/2018, 06:25 (8 of 8 Precincts Reported; 32.13% Voter Turnout)