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United States – President

Missouri – Federal Offices – US Senator

U.S. Representative – District 1 (St. Louis City)

District 2 (St. Louis County, Part of St. Charles County, Part of Jefferson County)

District 3 (Central MO, including Franklin, Warren, Lincoln, Part of St. Charles & Jefferson Counties)

District 8 (SE MO, including Part of Jefferson County, all of Washington, Crawford, Ste. Genevieve, St. Francois, Crawford counties)

Statewide offices – Governor

Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State

State Treasurer

Attorney General

State Senator

District 1

District 3

District 5

District 7

District 13

District 15

District 23

District 27

State House of Representatives

District 40

  • Pat Quinn – Dem
  • Jim Hansen – Rep.

District 41

District 42

  • Bart Korman – Rep.

District 61

  • Michael Sage – Dem
  • Dave Schatz – Rep

District 62

  • Greg Stratman – Dem.
  • Tom Hurst – Rep.

District 63

  • Bill Stinson – Dem.
  • Bryan Spencer – Rep.

District 64

  • Wayne J. Henke – Dem.
  • Robert Cornejo – Rep.

District 65

  • Anne Zerr – Rep.
  • John R. Alsup – Lib.

District 66

District 67

  • Steve Webb – Dem

District 68

District 69

District 70

District 71

District 72

District 73

  • Courtney Curtis – Dem

District 74

  • Sharon L. Pace – Dem.

District 75

  • Rochelle Walton Gray – Dem

District 76

  • Chris Carter – Dem.

District 77

District 78
Penny V. Hubbard – Dem.

District 79

District 80

District 81

  • Jacob W. Hummel – Dem

District 82

  • Michele Kratky – Dem
  • Edward Harlow – Rep.

District 83

District 84

District 85

District 86

  • Roy Ellinger – Dem

District 87 – In court
*Democrat

District 88

District 89

District 90

District 91

District 92

District 93

District 94

District 95

District 96

  • Mike Leara – Dem.

District 97

  • Sam Komo – Dem.
  • John C. McCaherty – Rep

District 98

  • Dwight Scharnhorst – Rep.

District 99

  • William H. (Bill) Pinkston – Dem.
  • Andrew Koenig – Rep.

District 100

District 101

District 102

District 103

  • Douglas Funderburk

District 104

  • Terry Lesinski – Dem.
  • Kathie Conway – Rep.

District 105

  • Debbie Bixler – Dem.
  • Mark A. Parkinson – Rep.

District 106

  • Chrissy Sommer – Rep.

District 107

District 108

District 109

District 110
Timothy W. Jones – Rep.

District 111

District 112

District 113

District 114

District 115

District 116

District 117

  • Linda Black – Dem

District 118

  • Ben Harris – Dem

District 119

  • Dave Hinson – Rep.

District 120

  • Jason T. Smith – Rep.

District 121

  • Keith Frederick – Rep.

District 144

District 145

Circuit Judge – Circuit 23, Div, 1

  • Robert (Bob) Wilkins – Dem
  • Stan Schnaare – Rep

Circuit Judge – Circuit 25, Division 1

  • Colin Long – Dem
  • Bill Hickle – Rep

Circuit Judge – Circuit 45

Ballot Issues

Constitutional Amendment 3

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to change the current nonpartisan selection of Supreme Court and court of appeals judges to a process that gives the governor increased authority to:

Appoint a majority of the commission that selects these court nominees; and
Appoint all lawyers to the commission by removing the requirement that the governor’s appointees be non-lawyers?

Proposition A: Local Control

Shall Missouri law be amended to:

Allow any city not within a county (the City of St. Louis) the option of transferring certain obligations and control of the city’s police force from the board of police commissioners currently appointed by the governor to the city and establishing a municipal police force; establish certain procedures and requirements for governing such a municipal police force including residency, rank, salary, benefits, insurance, and pension; and prohibit retaliation against any employee of such municipal police force who reports conduct believed to be illegal to a superior, government agency, or the press?

Proposition B – Tobacco Tax

Shall Missouri law be amended to:

create the Health and Education Trust Fund with proceeds of a tax of $0.0365 per cigarette and 25% of the manufacturer’s invoice price for roll-your-own tobacco and 15% for other tobacco products; increase the amount that certain tobacco product manufacturers must maintain in their escrow accounts, to pay judgments or settlements, before any funds in escrow can be refunded to the tobacco product manufacturer and create bonding requirements for these manufacturers?

Proposition E – State Health Exchanges

Shall Missouri Law be amended to prohibit the Governor or any state agency, from establishing or operating state-based health insurance exchanges unless authorized by a vote of the people or by the legislature?

St. Louis County

County Council – 2nd District

  • Kathleen Kelly Burkett – Dem
  • Oren Walton – Rep

County Council – 4th District

  • Mike O’Mara – Dem
  • Jeff Coleman – Lib

County Council – 6th District

  • Steve Stenger – Dem
  • Anthony (Tony) Pousosa – Rep

Proposition P – City of St. Ann (simple majority)

Shall the City of St. Ann be authorized to levy for a period of six years an additional real property tax not to exceed twenty eight cents on the hundred dollars assessed valuation to provide funds to maintain and operate the Senior Program and Van Service, the Jack Rehagen Pool Complex, and the Summer Daycamp Program in the City of St. Ann?

Proposition 1 – City of St. John – Planning & Zoning Changes (simple majority)

Amending Section 6.02(A) of the City of St. John Charter by making the Director of Public Works position a non-voting member of the Planning and Zoning Board and by increasing the size of the Planning and Zoning Board to nine (9) members by adding one (1) more citizen member.

Proposition 2 – City of St. John – City Clerk Residency  (simple majority)

Amending Section 2.08 of the City of St. John Charter by eliminating the residency requirement for the City Clerk.

Proposition 3 – City of St. John – Filing Fee (simple majority)

Amending Section 7.02(B) of the City of St. John Charter by increasing the filing fee for a nomination petition for elected offices from ten dollars ($10.00) to one hundred dollars ($100.00).

Proposition 4 – City of St. John – Meeting Attendance (simple majority)

Amending Section 2.03 of the City of St. John Charter by amending the requirement for the Mayor and City Council to attend at least one (1) regularly scheduled meeting per month to receive a monthly salary unless they have been excused by the Mayor.

Propositon 5 – City of St. John – Term Limits (simple majority)

Amending Section 2.05(D) of the City of St. John Charter by eliminating term lmits for the offices of Mayor and Councilman.

Proposition S – Special School District of St. Louis County (simple majority)

Shall the Board of Education of the Special School District of St. Louis County be authorized to increase the operating tax levy to fund education for children with disabilities, expand job training and placement, improve safety, and repair, expand, furnish and equip schools, and rebuild one school, which funds shall be audited annually, by $0.19 per $100.00 assessed valuation?  If this proposition is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the District is estimated to be $1.19 per $100.00 assessed valuation.

Proposition P – Black Jack Fire Protection District – Pensions – tax increase (simple majority)

Shall the Board of Directors of the Black Jack Fire Protection District be authorized to increase the annual tax rate from ten (10) cents to twenty-five (25) cents per one hundred (100) dollars valuation, the revenues from which shall be deposited in a special fund used only for the pension program of the District?

Proposition A – Community Fire Protection District – bond election (4/7ths)

Shall the Community Fire Protection District of St. Louis County Missouri, incur an indebtedness of the District in the amount of Five Million Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($5,750,000) and issue the bonds of said District in evidence thereof for the purpose of purchasing real property, constructing, equipping and maintaining fire stations and purchasing and equipping ambulances, and fire protecting and firefighting apparatus and auxiliary equipment therefor?

Proposition P – Mid-County Fire Protection District – tax increase (simple majority)

Shall the Board of Directors of the Mid County Fire Protection District be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than forty cents per one hundred dollars assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of a partial or complete ambulance service, an emergency medical technician defibrillator program and an emergency medical technician paramedic first responder program?

Proposition T – Metro-North Fire Protection District – bond election (4/7ths)

Shall the Metro North Fire Protection District of St. Louis County, Missouri, incur an indebtedness of the District in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand dollars (1,575,000) and issue the bonds of said District in evidence thereof for the purpose of purchasing real property, constructing, equipping and maintaining fire stations and purchasing fire protection and firefighting apparatus and auxiliary equipment therefor?

Proposition L – St. Louis County Library District – tax increase (simple majority)

For the purpose of renovating and replacing aging facilities, enhancing childrens spaces and youth, adult and senior programs, constructing, improving, operating and maintaining facilities of St. Louis County Library District, and acquiring necessary property, shall the $0.20 per hundred dollars assessed valuation tax for the Library District be increased to $0.26 per hundred dollars assessed valuation?

St. Louis City

Proposition R – Board of Aldermen Change (60% required)

Shall the Charter of the City of St. Louis be amended in accordance with the Board of Aldermen Amendment Ordinance?  This amendment restructures the Board of Aldermen of the City of St. Louis as a body of fourteen Aldermen representing fourteen wards, provides for a transition schedule to implement the restructuring, and other relalted matters, all as set forth in the “Board of Aldermen Amendment Ordinance,” a copy of which is available at all polling places.

Jefferson County

  • County Council – District 2
  • Cheryl Hermann – Dem.
  • Renee Reuter – Rep.
  • County Council – District 4
  • Timothy G. (Tim) Meadows – Dem
  • George R. Engelback – Rep

County Council – District 6

  • Cliff Lane – Dem
  • Kevin Harned – Rep

Sheriff

  • Oliver “Glenn” Boyer – Dem.
  • Dan Stallman – Rep.

Treasurer

  • Linda Nees – Dem
  • Ken Horton – Rep

Assessor
Terry Roesch – Dem
Robert Boyer – Rep

Public Administrator
Bruce King – Dem
Steve Farmer – Rep

General Election Proposition – Hillsboro Area Jefferson County Library
Shall there be a tax of ($0.20) on each one hundred dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation for a branch library in the Hillsboro Area Subdistrict of the Jefferson County Library District consisting of the Hillsboro Reorganized School District No. 3 of Jefferson County, Missouri, less and excepting any part thereof located within the Cities of DeSoto, Festus and Herculaneum?

Proposition S – Special School District of St. Louis County
(simple majority)
(combine with St. Louis County)
Shall the Board of Education of the Special School District of St. Louis County be authorized to increase the operating tax levy to fund education for children with disabilities, expand job training and placement, improve safety, and repair, expand, furnish and equip schools, and rebuild one school, which funds shall be audited annually, by $0.19 per $100.00 assessed valuation?  If this proposition is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the District is estimated to be $1.19 per $100.00 assessed valuation.

St. Charles County
County Council – 2nd District
Joe Brazil – Rep

County Council – 4th District
Michael Boyd – Dem
David Hammond – Rep

County Council – 6th District
Jerry Daugherty – Dem
Michael Klinghammer – Rep

Question 1
Shall the Charter of St. Charles County be amended as follows: that the county shall give written notice of the master plan to all other Governmental entities within the County and include that entity in that plan only if the entity decides to participate; To require that ordinances containing a penalty for violation shall be placed in full on the County’s web site, posted in six (6) public places and the title published along with a description of where the ordinance may be viewed in its entirety; to make a technical amendment to the bill’s provisions so the language in all sections of the charter are identical in presenting bills to the County Executive and providing that a veto override vote shall be taken within 30 days of the veto; and to require that the County Executive will submit to the County Council a proposed budget and budget message for the following fiscal year by the fifth (5th) day of November, or the first working day after the fifth (5th).

Question 2
Shall the Charter of St. Charles County be amended by providing that a vacancy on the County Council shall be filled by the County Executive subject to approval by the Council, that the person selected shall be a member of the same political party as the pervious occupant (If so affiliated) and shall hold office until January 1st following the next general election at which a successor shall be elected for the remainder of the term?  [This is an amendment of the current charter provision which calls for the County to pay for a special election if the vacancy occurs more than 180 days before the end of the term or for the other council members to name the replacement if the vacancy is within 180 days.]

Question 3
Shall the Charter of St. Charles County be amended as follows: to provide the County Executive oversight of the working conditions of all employees of the county, including the authority to investigate and take action to prevent the harassment of, gross mismanagement of, or discrimination against employees?

Question 4
Shall the Charter of St. Charles County be amended to prohibit an officer or employee of the county from knowingly accepting any service, thing of value, or other compensation directly or indirectly from any person, firm or corporation having dealings with the county?

County Proposition A
Shall the St. Charles County Charter section 1.2002 be amended by adding subsection 4 as follows: A Council member shall forfeit his office if he is physically absent from twelve consecutive regular meetings of the Council, unless excused by resolution of the Council.  This will apply to all Council members elected on or after November 1, 2012?

County Charter Question
Law Enforcement
Shall the St. Charles County Charter be amended by providing for the establishment of a County Police Department and transferring the duties for the Patrol Division, Detective Bureau and other direct police duties and their support functions to a County Police Department and providing for the Sheriff’s Department to be in charge of Court Services and Security including prisoner transport, service of process and bailiff and other court security duties?

St. Charles City
Proposition 1
(4/7ths required)
Shall the City of Saint Charles, Missouri issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of Eight Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($8,300,000) for the purpose of constructing, furnishing and equipping a public works facility?

St. Charles City
Proposition 2
(4/7ths required)
Shall the City of Saint Charles, Missouri issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of Three Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,300,000) for the purpose of repairing and renovating the City Hall parking garage?

St. Charles City
Proposition 3
(4/7ths required)
Shall the City of Saint Charles, Missouri issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of Four Million One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,100,000) for the purpose of Constructing, furnishing and equipping a new fire station and public safety facility?

St. Charles City
Proposition W
For the purpose of repair or replacement of water lines extending from the water meter to a residential dwelling due to failure of the line, shall the City of St. Charles be authorized to impose a fee not to exceed one dollar per month or twelve dollars annually on residential property for each water service line providing water service within the City of St. Charles to residential property having four or fewer dwelling u nits for the purpose of paying for the costs of necessary water service line repairs or replacements?

Cottleville Community Fire Protection District
Proposition Cares
In order to prevent the closure of fire stations, the layoffs of fire fighter/EMT’s and to provide necessary fire, rescue and EMS training, replace out of date equipment, and to meet national minimum staffing and safety standards in this Fire Protection District, which service the cities of Weldon Spring and Cottlevillle as well as portions  of St. Peters, O’Fallon, Dardenne Prairie and unincorporated St. Charles County, in the State of Missouri, shall the Board of Directors of the Cottleville Fire Protection District be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than twenty seven (27) cents per one hundred (100) dollars assessed valuation, the revenues from which shall be deposited in the general fund and sued for the support of the district?

Lincoln County
Associate Commissioner – District 1
Eugene Galloway – Dem
John Scheper – Rep

Associate Commissioner – District 2
Lisa F. Seely – Dem
Matt Bass – Rep.

Sheriff
Mike Krigbaum – Dem
John W. Cottle – Rep

Treasurer
Kristen Burkemper – Rep

County Clerk
Democrat
Crystal M. Hall – Dem
Vanessa J. Guyot – Rep.

Public Administrator
Betty J. Cox – Dem
Carol Wessell Boyer – Rep

Coroner
Kelly Arcand – Dem
Lisa Sitler – Rep

Proposition Life Matters
Lincoln County Ambulance District
Shall the Board of Directors of Lincoln County Ambulance District be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than thirty (30) cents per one hundred (100) dollars assessed valuation, the revenues from which shall be deposited in the general fund and used for the operation of District?

Franklin County
Commissioner – 1st District
Tim Brinker – Rep.

Commissioner – 2nd District
Teresa Connelly – Dem
Michael Schatz – Rep

Sheriff
Gary F. Toelke – Rep

Assessor
Angela J. Beckett – Dem
Tom Copeland – Rep

Treasuer
Debbie Aholt – Rep

Public Administrator
Mary Jo Straatmann – Dem
Julie Bowen – Rep

Washington County
Commissioner – 1st District
Mike Riddle – Dem
Mick Schlosser – Rep.

Commissioner – 2nd District
Randy Mosier O’Neail – Dem
Cody Brinley – Rep
Assessor
Tina Litton – Dem
Sarah (Ringo) Jolly – Rep

Public Administrator
Kathy Thornton – Dem
Brenda Tamashiro – Rep

Coroner
Brian DeClue – Dem
William “Mal” Gum – Rep

St. Francois County
Commissioner – 1st District
Gay Wilkinson – Rep

Commissioner – 2nd District
Patrick Mullins – Dem

Sheriff
Dan Bullock – Dem

Treasurer
Kerry Glore – Dem

Assessor
Dan Ward – Dem

Coroner
James W. Coplin – Dem
William (Bill) Montgomery – Rep

Public Administrator
Democrat
Kenneth Rohrer

Ste. Genevieve County
County Commissioner – District #1
Randy J. Bahr – Dem

County Commissioner – District #2
Joe Gettinger – Dem
Kenny Williams – Rep

Phelps County
Sheriff
Richard Lisenbe – Dem
Ron Dishman – Rep

County Commission – 2nd District
Charles “Bud” Dean – Dem
Gary Hicks – Rep

Warren County
Prop K for Kids
Shall the County of Warren, Missouri solely for the purpose of establishing a community children’s services fund, and for the purpose of providing services to promote the well-being and safety of children and youth 19 years of age or less and to strengthen families, be authorized to levy a sales tax of one-quarter of a cent in the County of Warren, Missouri?

Illinois
US Representative
District 12
William Enyart – Dem
Jason Plummer – Rep
Paula Bradshaw – Green

District 13
David Gill – Dem
Rodney Davis – Rep
John Hartman – Ind.

District 15
Angela Michael – Dem
John Shimkus – Rep

State Senate
District 48
Andy Manar – Dem
Mike McElroy – Rep
Michael Oberline – Const.

District 50
William “Sam” McCann – Rep
Bob Gray – Indep.

District 54
Danny Stover – Dem
Kyle McCarter – Rep

District 56
William “Bill” Haine – Dem
Mike Babcock – Rep

District 57
James Clayborn, Jr., II – Dem
Dave Barnes – Rep

District 58
Michael Bigler – Dem
David Luechtefeld – Rep

State House of Representatives
District 95
Brad Gillespie – Dem
Wayne Arthur Rosenthal – Rep

District 100
Jim Watson – Rep

District 107
John Cavaletto – Rep

District 108
Daniel Polites – Dem
Charles Meier – Rep

District 111
Daniel Beiser – Dem
Kathy Smith – Rep

District 112
Marleen Suarez – Dem
Dwight Kay – Rep

District 113
Jay Hoffman – Dem
Melinda Hult – Rep

District 114
Eddie Lee Jackson – Dem
Ryan Stockey – Rep

District 115
Mike Bost – Rep
District 116
Jerry Costello II – Dem
Julie Eggers – Rep

Judicial Elections
5TH Appellate – Donovan Vacancy
Judy Cates – Dem
Stephen McGlynn – Rep

3rd Circuit – Romani, Jr. Vacancy
Kyle Anne Napp – Dem
Thomas Burkart – Rep

4th Circuit – Kiley Vacancy
Allen Bennett – Rep
Stephen Friedel – Better Option

7th Circuit – Appleton Vacancy
Timothy Londrigan – Dem
John Schmidt – Rep

7th Circuit – Bell Vacancy
John Coonrod – Dem
David Cherry – Rep

20th Circuit – O’Malley Vacancy
Vincent Lopinot – Dem
Ronald Duebbert – Rep

20th Circuit – Wharton Vacancy
Zina Cruse – Dem
Laninya Cason – Rep

20th Circuit – Hatch Vacancy
Brian Trentman – Dem
Daniel Emge – Rep

Supreme Retention
4TH Supreme – Retain Garman
Yes
No

Appellate Retention
4TH Appellate – Retain Turner
Yes
No

5th Appellate – Retain Chapman
Yes
No

3rd Circuit – Retain Callis
Yes
No

3rd Circuit – Retain Knight
Yes
No

3rd Circuit – Retain Crowder
Yes
No

3rd Circuit – Retain Hylla
Yes
No

4th Circuit – Retain Spears
Yes
No

4th Circuit – Retain Tungate
Yes
No

4th Circuit – Retain Hartigan
Yes
No

4th Circuit – Retain Koester
Yes
No

7th Circuit – Retain Kelley
Yes
No

7th Circuit – Retain Graves
Yes
No

7th Circuit – Retain Belz
Yes
No

7th Circuit – Retain Pistorius
Yes
No

7th Circuit – Retain Deihl
Yes
No

8th Circuit – Retain Mays, Jr.
Yes
No

20th Circuit – Retain Fiss
Yes
No

Constitutional Amendment – Pensions
Requires a 3/5 majority vote of each chamber of the General Assembly, or the governing body of a unit of local government, school district, or pension or retirement system, in order to increase a benefit under any public pension or retirement system.

Madison County
Circuit Clerk
Mark Von Nida – Dem
John Barberis, Jr – Rep

State’s Attorney
Tom Gibbons – Dem
Amy Sholar – Rep

Auditor
Rick Faccin – Dem
Jeremy Plank – Rep

Recorder
Amy Meyer – Dem
Matt Rice – Rep.

Coroner
Steve Nonn – Dem
Kathy Paletta Vest – Rep

Madison County Board Chairman
Alan Dunstan – Dem
Chris Slusser – Rep

County Board Member District 1
Judy Kuhn – Rep

County Board Member District 2
Roger Alons – Rep

County Board Member District 3
William Meyer – Rep

County Board Member District 4
Kelly Tracy – Dem
Judy Davenport – Rep
Robert Townsend – Indp

County Board Member District 5
Dan Collman – Dem
Michael (Mick) Madison – Rep
County Board Member District 6
Stephen Adler – Rep

County Board Member District 7
Michael Walters

County Board Member District 8
Michael Holliday – Dem

County Board Member District 9
James “Jim” Dodd – Dem
Don Metzler – Rep

County Board Member District 10
Bruce Malone – Dem

County Board Member District 11
Jean Meyers – Rep

County Board Member District 12
Mark Burris – Dem

County Board Member District 13
Steve Brazier – Dem
Justin Sandbach – Rep

County Board Member District 14
Kraig Hinson – Dem
Tom McRae – Rep

County Board Member District 15
William “Bill” Robertson – Dem
Chrissy Allen – Rep

County Board Member District 16
Helen Hawkins – Dem

County Board Member District 17
Ann Gorman – Dem
Bob Hulme – Rep

County Board Member District 18
Jack Minner – Dem
Brandyn Rust – Rep

County Board Member District 19
Terry Davis – Dem
Marc Voegele – Rep

County Board Member District 20
Kristen Novacich – Rep

County Board Member District 21
Arthur Asadorian – Dem
Donald Sawicki – Rep

County Board Member District 22
Nick Petrillo – Dem

County Board Member District 23
Gussie Glasper – Dem

County Board Member District 24
Andrew Schwartzkopf – Dem
Hal Patton – Rep

County Board Member District 25
Blake Fuhler – Dem
Lisa Ciampoli – Rep

County Board Member District 26
Brenda Roosevelt – Dem
Jason Going – Rep

County Board Member District 27
M. Joe Semanisin – Dem
Clint Jones – Rep.

County Board Member District 28
Elizabeth “Liz” Dalton – Dem
Dennis Craft – Rep

County Board Member District 29
Larry Trucano – Dem
Jeanne Lomas – Rep

St. Clair County
County Board Chairman
Mark Kern – Dem
Jon McLean – Rep

State’s Attorney
Brendan Kelly – Dem

County Coroner
Rick Stone – Dem
Andrew Colon – Rep

Circuit Clerk
Kahalah Dixon – Dem

County Auditor
Patty Sprague – Dem
Caroline Stark – Rep.

County Recorder
Michael Costello – Dem
Greg Bridgman – Rep

County Board of Review
Michael Crockett, Jr. – Dem
Whitney Wisnasky-Bettorf – Rep

County Board #1
Carl Gomez – Dem

County Board #2
Willie “Big Mac” McIntosh – Dem

County Board #3
Oliver Hamilton – Dem

County Board #4
Ronald Hasemann – Dem
Nick Miller – Rep.

County Board #5
Lonnie Mosley – Dem

County Board #6
Roy Mosley, Jr.

County Board #7
Ed Cockrell – Rep

County Board #8
Ken Easterley – Dem

County Board #9
C. Richard Vernier – Dem
Catherine Kreher – Rep

County Board #10
Dixie Seibert – Dem

County Board #11
Jerry Dinges – Dem
Joe Swierczek – Rep

County Board #12
Patricia Keeley – Dem
Richard Davis – Rep

County Board #13
Steve Reeb – Rep

County Board #14
Bob Trentman – Dem
Alexa Edwards – Rep

County Board #15
John West – Rep

County Board #16
June Chartrand – Dem
David Langford – Rep

County Board #17
Curtis Jones – Dem
Roy Mueller – Rep

County Board #18
Craig Hubbard – Rep

County Board #19
C. David Tiedemann – Rep

County Board #20
Mike Baker – Dem
Scott Hassebrock – Rep

County Board #21
Frank “F.X.” Heiligenstein

County Board #22
Thomas “Wally” Baltz – Dem
Michael O’Donnell – Rep

County Board #23
Dennis Renner – Dem
William Blair, II – Rep

County Board #24
Marty Crawford – Dem

County Board #25
Joe Morgan – Dem
Curtis McCall – Good Gov

County Board #26
Larry Stammer, Jr. – Dem
James Foote – Rep

County Board #27
Kenneth Sharkey – Dem
Matthew Stirrup – Rep

County Board #28
Joseph Kassly, Jr. – Dem

County Board #29
Carol Clark – Dem
Laurence Cole – Rep

City of Collinsville
Video Gaming
Should video gaming be prohibited in the City of Collinsville?

City of Collinsville
Electricity Question
Shall the City of Collinsville have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

City of Edwardsville
Electricity Question
Shall the City of Edwardsville have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

City of Edwardsville
Home Rule
Shall the City of Edwardsville remain a home rule municipality pursuant to Article VII, Section 6 of the Illinois Constitutiion?

Village of Glen Carbon
Video Gaming
Should video gaming be permitted in the Village of Glen Carbon?
City of Granite City
Electricity Question
Shall the City of Granite City have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of Hartford
Electricity Question
Shall the Village of Hartford have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

City of Madison
Electricity Question
Shall the City of Madison have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of South Roxana
Electricity Question
Shall the Village of South Roxana have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

City of Troy
Electricity Question
Shall the City of Troy have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

City of Wood River
Electricity Question
Shall the City of Wood River have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of East Alton
Electricity Question
Shall the Village of East Alton have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of Hamel
Electricity Question
Shall the Village of Hamel have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Madison County
Electricity Question
Shall Madison County have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of Maryville
Electricity Question
Shall the Village of Maryville have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of Pontoon Beach
Electricity Question
Shall the Village of Pontoon Beach have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of Roxana
Electricity Question
Shall the Village of Roxana have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

City of Venice
Electricity Question
Shall the City of Venice, Madison County, Illinois, have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of Livingston
Electricity Question
Shall LIVINGSTON have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Village of St. Jacob
Electricity Question
Shall the Village of St. Jacob, Illinois have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?

Highland School District
Bond Proposition
Shall the Board of Education of Highland Community Unit School District Number 5, Madison, Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois, be authorized to issue $5,000,000 bonds for a working cash fund as provided for by Article 20 of the School Code?

Monroe County
Circuit Clerk
Sandra Sauget – Dem
Jeffrey Hejna – Rep

Coroner
Vicki Koerber – Rep

State’s Attorney
Kris Reitz – Dem

County Commissioner
Delbert Wittenauer – Dem
Frank Kohler – Rep

Calhoun County
County Commissioner
(vote for 3)
Gregory Rose – Dem
Patrick Droege – Dem
Chris Behrens – Dem
Henry Joe Kinder – Rep
Robert Breden – Rep
Phil Robeen – Rep

State’s Attorney
Richard Ringhausen – Dem

Circuit Clerk
Yvonne Macauley – Dem

Supervisor of Assessments
S. Brandi Kieffer – Dem

Advisory Proposition – Biking/Hiking Trails
Do you support the biking/hiking trail currently being proposed by the Calhoun Trails Partnership?

Proposition – Public Safety Tax
Shall Calhoun County be authorized to impose a public safety tax at the rate of 0.75% percent upon all persons engaged in the business of selling tangible personal property at retail in the county on gross receipts from the sales made in the course of their business to be used for the support and maintenance of public safety services?

Jersey County
State’s Attorney
Benjamin Goatten – Dem

Circuit Clerk
Charles Huebener – Dem

County Board – District 1
(vote for 3)
Donna Moore – Dem
J. Larry Keller – Dem
Mary Kirbach – Dem
Roger Newberry – Rep
Abigail Mellenthin – Rep

County Board – District 2
(vote for 3)
Pam Heitzig – Dem
Fredricka “Freddy” Hatfill – Dem
Jerry Wittman – Dem
Dr. John Houseman – Rep
Cathy Barlow – Rep
Stan Kary – Rep

County Board – District 3
(vote for 3)
Anthony (Tony) Carey – Dem
Mike Wendle – Dem
Gary Hayes – Dem
Rhonda Linders – Rep
Ron Henerfouth – Rep
J.T. “Terry” Day – Rep

County Board – District 4
(vote for 3)
Gary Koenig – Dem
Donald Little – Dem
Sherry Droste – Dem
Jeffrey Ferguson – Rep
William “Ed” Koenig – Rep

Coroner
Larry Alexander – Rep

Randolph County
Circuit Clerk
Sherry Johnson – Dem
Kevin Wilson – Rep.

States Attorney
Jeremy Walker – Dem
David Friess – Rep

County Commission
Michael Armstrong – Dem
Marc Kiehna

County Coroner
Randy Dudenbostel – Dem
Tonia Heinemeyer – Rep

Bond County
Circuit Clerk
Stacey Sidwell – Dem
Rex Catron – Rep

State’s Attorney
Chris Bauer – Dem

Coroner
Anthony Brooks – Dem
John Donnell – Rep

County Board District #1
Frank Lucco

County Board District #2
Gerald McCray, Sr. – Dem
Barb Smith – Rep

County Board District #3
Eldon Young – Dem
Tom DeVore – Rep

County Board District #4
Wes Pourchot – Dem
Jack Langel – Rep

County Board District #5
Howard Elmore – Dem
Brock Willeford – Rep

Proposition – Concealed Firearm Carry
Should the State Legislature and Governor enact Legislation to provide concealed carry of firearms for trained and certified law abiding citizens for all lawful purposes?

Proposition – Property Owner Coal Rights
Should the Bond County Board take action to allow surface property owners the opportunity to obtain an interest in the coal rights underneath their property, with Bond County only retaining the royalties of the current coal lease until such time as it may expire on its own terms?
Clinton County
Circuit Clerk
Terry Mensing _ Dem
Rod Kloeckner – Rep

State’s Attorney
John Hudspeth – Dem
Henry Bergmann – Rep

Coroner
Phillip Moss – Dem
Michael Lampe – Rep

County Board District 1
Lyle Michael
Charles Simpson
Jeffrey Adams
Brad “BJ” Robert
Matt Cain

County Board District 2
David Laws
Duane Nordike
Steve Heiligenstein
Bryan Wessel