Franklin County Election Results

The results for Presidential/Vice Presidential election for Franklin County were as follows: Obama/Biden received 16,294 which is 34.86%, Romney/Ryan received 29,271 votes which is 62.62%, and Johnson/Gary received 833 votes which is 1.78%.

In the U.S. Senator election, Franklin County’s voters voted 21,746 or 47.08% for Claire McCaskill, 21.194 votes or 45.88% for Todd Akin, and 3,163 votes or 6.85% for Jonathan Dine.

In the race for Missouri Governor, Jeremiah W Nixon received 22,782 votes which is 49.21%, David Spence received 22,247 votes which is 48.05%, and Jim Higgins received 1,249 votes, which is 2.07%.

In the election for Lieutenant Governor, Susan Montee received 16,165 votes which comes to 35.57%, Peter Kinder received 26,106 votes which comes to 57.45%, Matthew Copple received 1,483 votes which comes to 3.26%, and Cynthia L Davis received 1,666 votes which comes to 3.67%.

The results for Secretary of State were as follows: Jason Kander received 18,838 votes which is 41.92%, Shane Schoeller received 24,240 votes which is 53.94%, Cisse W Spragins received 1,268 votes which is 2.82%, and Justin Harter received 571 votes which is 1.27%.

In the running for State Treasurer, Franklin County’s votes went 21,001 or 46.75% to Clint Zweifel, 21,865 votes or 48.67% to Cole McNary, and 2,032 votes or 4.52% to Sean O’Toole.

In the race for Attorney General, Chris Koster received 22,268 votes which comes to 49.20%, Ed Martin received 21,129 votes which comes to 46.69%, and Dave Browning received 1,840 votes which comes to 4.07%

In the running for U.S Representative for district 3, Eric C. Mayer received 13,776 votes which comes out to 30.53%, Blaine Luetkemeyer received 26,650 votes which comes out to 65.70%, and Steven Wilson received 1679 votes which comes out to 3.72%.

For State Representative for District 61, Franklin County’s votes went 3,203 or 27.54% to Michael Sage and 8,420 or 72.40% to David Schatz.

In the race for District 109 State Representative, Franklin County’s voting results went 7,148 votes or 42.29% to Ann Schroeder and 9,741 votes or 57.63% to Paul Curtman.

The Commissioner Second District results were as follows, 7,942 votes or 38.57% To Teresa Connelly and 12,596 votes or 61.32% to Michael A. Schatz.

In the race for Assessor in Franklin County, Angela J. Beckett received 15,954 votes which comes out to 35.53%, Tom Copeland received 27,264 votes which comes out to 60.71%, and Robert Trokey received 1,664 votes which comes out to 3.71%.

In the race for Public Administrator, Mary Jo Straatmann received 22,651 votes which comes out to 50.35% and Julie Bowen received 22,288 votes which comes out to 49.54%.

In making a decision over Constitutional Amendment 3, Franklin County votes went 9,081 votes or 20.86% yes and 34,444 votes or 79.14% no.

Proposition A received 27,460 or 63.095 yes votes and 16,066 votes or 36.91% no.

In deciding upon Proposition E, Franklin County votes went 28,706 votes (65.32%) yes and 15,242 votes (34.68%).

In voting for County of Franklin Question, 20,666 votes (45.93%) were yes and 24,325 votes (54.07%) were no.

The City of Gerald Proposition votes went 318 votes(62.60%) yes and 190 votes (37.40%) no.

The Strain-Japan R-XVI School question votes went 258 votes or 55.66% yes and 210 or 44.34% no.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

2 days 7 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Washington Softball Player Megan Micke. The Junior Shortstop had a terrific start to the season helping the Jays to a second place finish in the Union Tournament Saturday. In three games, Megan had 11 plate appearances, eight official at-bats, four hits, including a double, an rbi, a stolen base with six runs scored, three walks and two strike outs.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

3 weeks 1 hour ago

I have been behind the microphone for 10 years now. In the course of time, I have covered many elections and have seen first-hand how bruising and hurtful campaigns can be to people. None have been as difficult to watch, however, as the annexation battle in Washington--which pitted good people who care about their community against good people who care about their community.

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SPORTS CORNER

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Coming up today in local high school softball...
Borgia at Pacific in the KLPW-AM 1220 broadcast game. It's a 4:30 game time at the Reservation. Tape delayed broadcast 7:00 on KLPW-AM 1220.

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Union at Borgia
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Warrenton vs. Crossroads College Prep at 5:15

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