Below are the latest results from some of the key issues/races Newstalk KZRG is following in the November 8 midterms.
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Missouri U.S. Senate
|Eric Schmitt (R)||1,129,392|
|Trudy Busch-Valentine (D)||864,003|
Missouri 7th District Congressional Seat
|Eric Burlison (R)||161,077|
|Kristen Radaker-Sheafer (D)||59,635|
Missouri Amendment 1A "yes" vote will amend the Missouri Constitution to grant the General Assembly statutory authority to invest state funds and also expand the state treasurer's investment options. Currently the Constitution grants the General Assembly no statutory investment authority and limits the treasurer's investment options. This amendment will allow the General Assembly by statute to determine investment avenues for the state treasurer to invest state funds, as well as allow the state treasurer to invest in municipal securities.
Missouri Amendment 3A “yes” vote will amend the Missouri Constitution to remove state prohibitions on the purchase, possession, consumption, use, delivery, manufacture, and sale of marijuana for personal use for adults over the age of twenty-one.
Missouri Amendment 4A “yes” vote will amend the Missouri Constitution to allow the general assembly by law to increase the minimum funding for a police force established by the state board of police commissioners to ensure such police force has additional resources to serve its communities. Currently the only police force established by the state board of police commissioners is found in Kansas City, Missouri.
Missouri Amendment 5A “yes” vote will amend the Missouri Constitution to create the Missouri Department of the National Guard as a new state agency, headed by an adjutant general appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the governor by and with the advice and consent of the senate.
Missouri Constitutional ConventionA “yes” vote will require the governor to call an election of delegates to serve at a convention for the purpose of revising or amending the Missouri Constitution. Any revisions or amendments will then be put to a vote of the people for their consideration.
Jasper County Presiding Commissioner
|John Bartosh (R)||25,619|
|Joshua Shackles (D)||8,191|
Kansas U.S. Senate
|Jerry Moran (R)|
|Mark Holland (D)|
Kansas 2nd Congressional Seat
|Jake LaTurner (R) ✓||126,081|
|Patrick Schmidt (D)||93,591|
|Laura Kelly (D)||469,781|
|Derek Schmidt (R)||446,330|
Kansas Attorney General
|Kris Kobach (R)||473,974|
|Chris Mann (D)||461,793|
Kansas Amendment 2A "yes" vote supports amending the state Constitution to require the election of county sheriffs in counties that had not abolished the office as of January 2022 and provide that sheriffs may be recalled from office or removed by a writ of quo warrant initiated by the attorney general.
|Kevin Stitt (R) ✓||638,910|
|Joy Hofmeister (D)||481,396|