City of Camdenton
Ward 1:
√ Gerry Rector (incumbent) - 85
Ward 2:
√ Sandy Gentry (incumbent) - 104
Ward 3:
√ Gary Shepherd (incumbent) - 69

City of Eldon
Marshall:
√ Rodney Fair (incumbent) - 369
Kevin Virgin - 156
Ward 1:
√ Jack Owen (write-in) - 9
Ward 2:
√ Sharon Cole-Harms (incumbent) - 182
Ward 3:
Timothy Bradley - 48
√ Kim Knopf (incumbent) - 49
Derek Nelson - 34

City of Lake Ozark
Ward 1:
Don Langley (incumbent) - 28
√ Pat Thompson - 72
Ward 2:
√ Larry Buschjost (incumbent) - 49
Ward 3:
√ Gerry Murawski - 43
Jeff Van Donsel (incumbent) - 34

City of Laurie
Mayor:
√ Scott Fahrer - 98
Herb Keck (incumbent) - 89
Ward 1:
√ Greg Lux (incumbent) - 71
Ward 2:
Bradley Davis - 42
√ Allen Kimberling (incumbent) - 62

City of Linn Creek
Mayor:
√ Ginny Mueller (incumbent) - 32
Joyce M. Thompson - 15
Ward 1 (one-year term):
√ Brian Vinson (incumbent) -
Ward 1: (two-year term):
√ Rich Janes (incumbent)
Ward 2 (one-year term):
√ Brian Johnson (incumbent)
Ward 2 (two-year term):
√ Bill Mundhausen (incumbent)

City of Osage Beach
Mayor:
√ Penny Lyons (incumbent) - 290
W.W. Bill Stone - 131
Collector:
√ John Berry (incumbent) - 350
Ward 1:
√ Kevin Rucker (incumbent) - 104
Ward 2:
√ Phyllis Marose - 86
Bob Matula - 29
Michelle Myler (incumbent) - 48
Ward 3:
Fred Catcott (incumbent) - 59
√ Thomas Walker - 79

City of Versailles
North Ward:
√ Donny Hibdon (incumbent) - 144
Lorren Pinzke - 111
South Ward:
Charla Gross-Hook - 88
√ Joann Mayor (incumbent) - 154

Village of Climax Springs
Board of Trustees (two open seats):
√ Shawna Scrivener(incumbent) -8
√ Wanda Wilson (incumbent) - 8

Village of Four Seasons
Board of Trustees (three open seats):
√ Gordon Ellison (incumbent) - 97
√ Ranita Jones (incumbent) - 99
√ Arnold Sandbothe (incumbent) - 107

Village of Gravois Mills
Board of Trustees (four open seats):
√ Jack Feller (incumbent) -  9
√ Bob Swengrosh (incumbent) - 8
√ Bob Forbes (write-in) - 1

Village of Sunrise Beach
Board of Trustees (two open seats):
√ Charlie Bott (incumbent) - 32
√ Ray Kline (incumbent) - 31

Camdenton R-III School District
Board of Education (three open seats):
√ Selynn Barbour (incumbent) - 1,722
√ Courtney Hulett - 2,173
Joe Ridgeway - 830
Mindi Sales - 1,146
√ Jackie Schulte (incumbent) - 1,686

Climax Springs R-IV School District
Board of Education (three open seats):
Carl Clark - 64
√ Bonnie Danner - 128
Brett Davis - 96
Larry Gregory (incumbent) - 103
√ Cindy Jungles - 147
√ Josh Wolfe (incumbent) - 166

Eldon R-I School District
Board of Education (three open seats):
√ Chris Hart (incumbent) - 826
√ Jim Herriman - 933
Jill Kliethermes (incumbent) - 777
√ Dennis Schad (incumbent) - 787
Proposition K.I.D.S
Shall the Board of Education, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax leby, borrow money in the of five million six hundred thousand for the purpose of providing funds to combine with FEMA for the site development and construction of a tornado safe room/early childhood learning center and other projects?
√ Yes - 1,029
No - 379

Macks Creek R-V School District
Board of Education (three open seats for a three-year term):
√ Joshua Kingston - 102
Josh Lane - 92
√ Michael Parrack (incumbent) - 128
Seth Rahmoeller - 98
√ Connie Russell (incumbent) - 101
Tieha Willis - 74
Board of Education (one open seat for a two-year term):
Stacey Green-Leach - 58
√ Cherie Nations (incumbent) - 159

Morgan County R-II School District
Question:
Shall the Board of Education be authorized to increase the District’s operating tax levy ceiling to $2.90 per $100 of assessed valuation to provide funds for ongoing operating expenses and costs of constructing and equipping an auditorium that will also serve as a tornado safe room?
√ Yes - 1,087
No - 877

School of the Osage
Board of Education (three open seats):
√ Steven Hermann (incumbent) - 581
√ Todd Miller (incumbent) - 576
Michael Ruck - 367
√ Mary Whitman (incumbent) - 595

Mid County Fire Protection District
Board of Directors (two open seats):
√ Charles McElyea (incumbent) - 861
John W. Page - 767
√ Jeremy Rugen - 829
Question:
Shall the Board of Directors of the Mid County Fire Protection District be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than twelve cents on the $100 assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of the district?
√ For the proposition - 860
Against the proposition - 799

*Editor’s Note: Some, but not all, uncontested races (for example the Morgan County R-II School District Board of Education) were removed from the ballot to save the entities money. All persons filing for those positions won their races.