2012 General Election Results for Pettis County, Missouri
KSIS Radio will be updating the 2012 General Election results for Pettis County throughout the evening of November 6, 2012. Results are reported from Secretary of State Robin Carnahan and Nick LaStrada, Pettis County Clerk.
Pettis County had great turnout at the polls on November 6, as Pettis County Clerk Nick Lastrada predicted. There were 66.23% turnout at the polls, with 17,329 votes that were tallied as of 9:57 p.m.
Interview with Pettis County Clerk Nick Lastrada
The Western Commissioner race had the largest margin with Republican Jim Marcum winning over Democrat Randy Dillon 64.45% to 35.5 %. Jim Marcum will take over for Larry Wilson, who announced he would not seek reelection.
Interview with Western Commisioner Jim Marcum (R)
The Eastern Commissioner was close throughout the evening, until Republican Brent Hampy pulled away from Democrat Earl Luebbering and Independent Gregg Foster. Brent Hampy won with 48.82% to Luebbering’s 30.96% and Foster had 20.15%. Hampy will replace Rod Lindemann, who announced he would not seek reelection.
The Pettis County Treasurer race had Kim Lyne leading throughout the night with 61.07% of the vote to Sheryl Von Holten’s 38.87%. Kim Lyne will take over for Treasurer Jane Kelley, who announced she would not seek reelection.
Interview with Pettis County Treasurer Kim Lyne (R)
Interview with Defeated Candidate for Treasurer Sheryl Von Holten (D)
Pettis County had several State Representative races. For District 48, Republican Dave Muntzel won with 76.77% of the vote and Democrat Ron Monnig had 23.16%. For District 51, Republican and Pettis County Assessor, Dean Dohrman had 74.19% of the vote to Democrat Gary Grigsby’s 22.44 and Libertarian Bill Wayne had 3.3%. For District 52, Republican and Current State Representative Stanley Cox won with 61.69% of the vote to Democrat Phyllis Domann’s 38.20%.
Interview with 52nd District House Representative Stanley Cox (R)
Interview with Defeated House Candidate Phylis Dohman (D)
Pettis County followed with the state in a lot of the state issues. In the President’s race, 62.89% voted for Governor Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan; 34.24% voted for President Barack Obama/Joe Biden; 2.12% voted for Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson/Judge Jim Gray and Constitution Candidate Virgil Goode with .37%.
Pettis County also followed as the Senate went with Claire McCaskill with 48.61%, Todd Akin with 42.42% and Libertarian Jonathan Dine pulled in 8.84%.
Pettis County voted for Governor and Democrat Jay Nixon with 49.75%, Republican David Spence had 47.3% and Libertarian Jim Higgins had 2.91%.
Pettis County voted for Lt. Governor and Republican Peter Kinder with 58.21%, Democrat Susan Montee had 36.05%, Libertarian Matthew Copple had 3.43% and Constitution Candidate Cynthia Davis had 2.28%.
Pettis County voted for Secretary of State as Republican Shane Schoeller had 54%, Democrat Jason Kander had 41.11%, Libertarian Cisse Spraggins had 3.12% and Constitution Party Candidate Justin Harter had 1.72%.
Pettis County voted for State Treasurer with Republican Cole McNary getting 53.55%, Democrat Clint Zweifel had 41.53%, and Libertarian Sean O’Toole had 4.87%.
Pettis County voted for Attorney General, picking incumbant and Democrat Chris Koster with 49.26% to Republican’s Ed Martin 46.41% and Libertarian Dave Browning had 4.3%.
Vicky Hartzler won handily in Pettis County for reelection for U.S. Representative District 4 with 64.26% of the vote, Democrat Teresa Hensley had 31.53%, Libertarian Candidate Thomas Holbrook had 3.2% and Constitution Party Candidate Greg Cowan had .98%.
When it came to the issues, Pettis County voted against Constitutional Amendment 3 and Proposition B and voted for Proposition A and E.
24 OUT OF 24 PRECINCTS REPORTING
|President/Vice President||Barack Obama, Joe Biden||DEM||5902||34.24%|
|Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan||REP||10840||62.89%||X|
|Gary Johnson, James P. Gray||LIB||366||2.12%|
|Virgil Goode, Jim Clymer||CST||63||0.37%|
|U.S. Senator||Claire McCaskill||DEM||8244||48.61%||X|
|Governor||Jeremiah (Jay) Nixon||DEM||8488||49.75%||X|
|Lieutenant Governor||Susan Montee||DEM||6034||36.05%|
|Cynthia L. Davis||CST||381||2.28%|
|Secretary of State||Jason Kander||DEM||6803||41.11%|
|Cisse W. Spragins||LIB||517||3.12%|
|State Treasurer||Clint Zweifel||DEM||6827||41.53%|
|Attorney General||Chris Koster||DEM||8210||49.26%||X|
|U.S. Representative District 4||Teresa Hensley||DEM||5288||31.53%|
|State Representative District 48||Ron Monnig||DEM||350||23.16%|
|State Representative District 51||Gary L. Grigsby||DEM||360||22.44%|
|Dean A. Dohrman||REP||1190||74.19%||X|
|State Representative District 52||Phyllis Sue Domann||DEM||4341||38.20%|
|State Representative District 54||Nancy Maxwell||DEM||626||27.37%|
|Circuit Judge Circuit 18||Robert L. Koffman||REP||13883||99.16%||X|
|County Commissioner Western District||Randy Dillon||DEM||3211||35.50%|
|County Commissioner Eastern District||Earl Luebbering||DEM||2366||30.96%|
|Sheriff||Kevin C. Bond||REP||15149||98.80%||X|
|Treasurer||Sheryl Von Holten||DEM||6423||38.87%|
|Public Administrator||Charli Ackerman||DEM||13934||98.92%||X|
|Coroner||Robert "Skip" Smith||REP||15031||99.58%||X|
|Retaining Missouri Supreme Court Judge||George W. Draper III||YES||10586||70.81%||X|
|Retaining Court of Appeals Judges, Western District||Judge Cynthia Lynette Martin||YES||10820||70.81%||X|
|Judge Thomas H. Newton||YES||10602||72.04%||X|
|Judge Gary D. Witt||YES||10646||72.27%||X|
|Constitutional Amendments||Constitutional Amendment No. 3||YES||4288||26.92%|
|Statutory Measures||Proposition A||YES||10946||69.29%||X|