Carol A Bennett
Phelps County Clerk
November 5th 2002 General Election

Tuesday's Election Results

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Judges - US Senators - US Representatives
State Auditor - State Senators - State Representatives
Associate Circuit and Probate Judges
County Presiding Commissioner - Clerk of the Circuit Clerk - County Clerk
County Recorder of Deeds - County Prosecuting Attorney
County Collector of Revenue - County Treasurer
Amendments and Propositions



Submitting to the voters whether the Judges named below, whose terms 
expire December 31,2002, shall be retained in office for new terms.

VOTE ON EACH JUDGE 


MISSOURI SUPREME COURT JUDGE

Shall Judge LAURA D. STITH of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?

MISSOURI COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE SOUTHERN DISTRICT

Shall Judge NANCY S. RAHMEYE of the Southern District Court of Appeals be retained in office?

FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR:

(VOTE FOR ONE) JEAN CARNAHAN DEM JIM TALENT REP TAMARA A MILLAY LIB DANIEL (DIGGER) ROMANO GRN

FOR STATE AUDITOR:

(VOTE FOR ONE) CLAIRE MCCASKILL DEM AL HANSON REP ARNOLD J TREMBLEY LIB FRED KENNELL GRN

FOR US REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 8TH DISTRICT:

(VOTE FOR ONE) GENE CURTIS DEM JO ANN EMERSON REP ERIC VAN OOSTROM LIB

FOR STATE SENATOR 16TH DISTRICT:

(VOTE FOR ONE) CLARA ICHORD DEM SARAH STEELMAN REP

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 147TH DISTRICT:

(VOTE FOR ONE) MARK HAMPTON DEM JOHN W WILLAMS LIB

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 149TH DISTRICT:

(VOTE FOR ONE) CAROL GADDY DEM BOB MAY REP

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 150TH DISTRICT:

(VOTE FOR ONE) FRANK A BARNITZ DEM GARY M LEONARD REP

FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGE DIV 1 & PROBATE:

(VOTE FOR ONE) MARY W SHEFFIELD DEM

FOR ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT JUDGE DIVISION 2:

(VOTE FOR ONE) RALPH J HASLAG REP

FOR PRESIDING COMMISSIONER OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION:

(VOTE FOR ONE) RANDY VERKAMP DEM

FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT:

(VOTE FOR ONE) JOYCE (HUDGENS) WILLIAMS DEM SUE BROWN REP

FOR CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION:

(VOTE FOR ONE) CAROL BENNETT DEM

FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS:

(VOTE FOR ONE) MARGO MARSHALL DEM ROBIN KORDES REP

FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY:

(VOTE FOR ONE) KENNETH G CLAYTON DEM

FOR COLLECTOR OF REVENUE:

(VOTE FOR ONE) DAVIS R HAAS DEM

FOR COUNTY TREASURER:

(VOTE FOR ONE) CAROL GREEN REP

STATE OF MISSOURI

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO.2

PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION Shall Article XIII of the Missouri Constitution be amended to permit specified firefighters and ambulance personnel, and dispatchers of fire departments, fire districts, ambulance districts and ambulance departments and fire and emergency medical services dispatchers of dispatch agencies, to organize and bargain collectively in good faith with their employers through representatives of their own choosing and to enter into enforceable collective bargaining contracts with their employers concerning wages, hours, binding arbitration and all other terms and conditions of employment, except that nothing in this amendment shall grant to the aforementioned employees the right to strike? The annual costs to paid fire departments and districts, ambulance departments and districts, and dispatch agencies to enter into collective bargaining contracts are approximately $251,600 to $3,145,000, depending upon the number of entities entering into such contracts.

PROPOSITION A

PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION Shall Missouri law be amended to impose an additional tax of 2.75 cents per cigarette (fifty-five cents per pack) and 20 percent on other tobacco products, with the new revenues placed into a Healthy Families Trust Fund to be used for the following purposes: hospital trauma care and emergency preparedness; health care treatment and access, including prescription drug assistance for seniors and health care initiatives for low income citizens, women, minorities and children; life sciences research, including medical research and the proper administration of funds for such research; smoking prevention; and grants for early childhood care and education? An additional tax of two and three-quarters cents per cigarette and an additional tax of twenty percent of the manufacturer's invoice price for tobacco products other than cigarettes would generate net annual state revenues of approximately $342,636,000; local fiscal impact, if any, is unknown.

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO.1

Proposed by the 91st General Assembly (First Regular Session) HS HJR 11 Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended so that the citizens of the City of St. Louis may amend or revise their present charter to provide for and reorganize their county functions and offices, as provided in the constitution and laws of the state? The estimated fiscal impact of this proposed measure to state and local governments is $0.

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO.3

Proposed by the 91st General Assembly (First Regular Session) HCS SJR 24 Shall Article III, Section 8 of the Missouri Constitution be amended to exclude, from the calculations of term limits for members of the General assembly, service of less than one-half of a legislative term resulting from a special election held after December 5, 2002? The estimated fiscal impact of this proposed measure to state and local governments is $0.

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO.4

Proposed by the 91st General Assembly (Second Regular Session) SS SCS HCS HJR 47 Shall joint boards or commissions, established by contract between political subdivisions, be authorized to own joint projects, to issue bonds in compliance with then applicable requirements of law, the bonds not being indebtedness of the state or political subdivisions, and such activities not to be regulated by the Public Service Commission? This measure provides potential savings of state revenue and imposes no new costs.

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION

Submitted by Matt Blunt Secretary of State, State of Missouri Mo. Const. Art. XII, Sec. 3(a) QUESTION: Shall there be a convention to revise and amend the Constitution? Main Menu