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  • For President and Vice President
    Barack Obama and Joe Biden (DEM)
    Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan (REP)
    Gary Johnson and James P. Gray (LIB)
    Virgil Goode and Jim Clymer (CST)
    For U.S. Senator
    Claire McCaskill (DEM)
    Todd Akin (REP)
    Jonathan Dine (LIB)
    For Governor
    Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon (DEM)
    David (Dave) Spence (REP)
    Jim Higgins (LIB)
    For Lieutenant Governor
    Susan Montee (DEM)
    Peter Kinder (REP)
    Matthew Copple (LIB)
    Cynthia L. Davis (CST)
    For Secretary of State
    Jason Kander (DEM)
    Shane Schoeller (REP)
    Cisse W. Spragins (LIB)
    Justin Harter (CST)
    For State Treasurer
    Clint Zweifel (DEM)
    Cole McNary (REP)
    Sean O'Toole (LIB)
    For Attorney General
    Chris Koster (DEM)
    Ed Martin (REP)
    Dave Browning (LIB)
    For U.S. Representative District 4
    Teresa Hensley (DEM)
    Vicky Hartzler (REP)
    Thomas Holbrook (LIB)
    Greg Cowan (CST)
    For U.S. Representative District 3
    Eric Mayer (DEM)
    Blaine Luetkemeyer (REP)
    Steve Wilson (LIB)
    For State Representative District 123
    Diane Franklin (REP)
    For State Representative District 124
    Rocky Miller (REP)
    For Associate Commissioner District 1
    Beverly Thomas (REP)
    Tom Pedrola (IND)
    For Associate Commissioner District 2
    Cliff Luber (REP)
    For Sheriff
    Constance Lowtharp (DEM)
    Dwight Franklin (REP)
    John Page (IND)
    For Assessor
    Eddie Whitworth (DEM)
    For Treasurer
    Elaine Gilley (REP)
    For Public Administrator
    Nancy Douglas (REP)
    Shall Judge GEORGE W. DRAPER III of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?
    Yes
    No
    Shall Judge WILLIAM FRANCIS of the Southern District Court of Appeals be retained in office?
    Yes
    No
    For Circuit Judge, District 26, Division 1
    Stan Moore (REP)
    Constitutional Amendment 3
    Yes
    No
    Proposition A
    Yes
    No
    Proposition B
    Yes
    No
    Proposition E
    Yes
    No
    City of Lake Ozark question
    Shall the City of Lake Ozark, Missouri impose a sales tax of one-quarter of one percent (1/4 of 1%) for the purpose of funding capital improvements, including the operation and maintenance of said capital improvements, which may include the retirement of debt under previously authorized
    Page 2 of 2 - bonded indebtedness?
    Yes
    No

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