JEFFERSON CITY — Auditor Nicole Galloway will be the only Democratic statewide officeholder in Missouri following her Tuesday, Nov. 6, election win.
CLAY COUNTY — Voters in Clay County casting ballots in the November election decided they wanted another four years of Republican leadership in the offices of presiding commissioner, recorder of deeds and county clerk.
CLAY COUNTY — In the race for the open state representative seat in District 38, which includes parts of Kearney and Liberty, Republican Doug Richey won for his first term to state office. Richey claimed 57.8 percent of the 9,328 votes cast in Clay County to Democratic challenger Abby Zavos’…
LIBERTY — Incumbent Rep. Mark Ellebracht retains his House seat in Missouri’s District 17 according to unofficial results from the Clay County Election Board. In 19 precincts and of 15,220 county votes cast, Ellebracht took 8,625 votes to challenger Mary Hill’s 6,595 votes. This is the secon…
CLAY COUNTY — Those living in Clay County will have many choices to make as they cast their votes in the November election, which will be decided Tuesday, Nov. 6.
CLAY COUNTY — As nearly 100 eventgoers listened from the audience, candidates for the offices of Clay County clerk, recorder of deeds and presiding commissioner answered audience questions about cooperation in government, Annex building construction, economic development and other topics dur…
CLAY COUNTY — On Nov. 6, voters will choose between incumbent Jerry Nolte, a Republican, and challenger Wendi Bridges, a Democrat, for Clay County presiding commissioner. The term length is four years.
CLAY COUNTY — In the November general election, incumbent Clay County Clerk Megan Thompson, a Republican, will face off against challenger and Democrat Tom Brandom, a seasoned county government official, for the four-year seat.
CLAY COUNTY — In the November general election, incumbent Clay County Recorder of Deeds Katee Porter, a Republican, will face off against challenger and Democrat Bruce Cantwell Jr., for the four-year seat.
CLAY COUNTY — In the November general election, incumbent District 12 State Sen. Dan Hegeman, a Republican, will face off against challenger and Democrat Terry Richard, a retired laborer, for the four-year seat.
LIBERTY — Incumbent Democrat Mark Ellebracht seeks his second term for the House of Representatives District 17. His challenger is Republican Mary Hill.
CLAY COUNTY — In the Missouri House of Representatives District 38 race, Democrat Abby Zavos and Republican Doug Richey are running for the seat formerly held by Republican TJ Berry, who has termed-limited out of office.
CLAY COUNTY — In the District 16 Missouri House of Representatives election, incumbent Republican Noel Shull, who has served from 2012 to the present, is being challenged by Democrat Tom Gorenc, a resident of Kansas City with no prior public service experience.
JEFFERSON CITY — A federal judge ruled the Missouri Department of Revenue violated the National Voter Registration Act, commonly called the “Motor Voter” law, by not providing all Missourians who changed their mailing address on driver or non-driver licenses an opportunity to also change the…
CLAY COUNTY — Voters in Clay County away from their polling places for the Nov. 6 general election may cast an absentee ballot through Nov. 5, at the Clay County Election Board Office, 100 W. Mississippi St., Liberty. The hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
ST. LOUIS — With rebukes of “liberal, left-wing Hollywood” values and the “Potomac two-step,” Missouri’s U.S. Senate candidates engaged in a fiery debate Friday afternoon, Sept. 14.
ST. LOUIS — A court decision in Jefferson City Friday morning, Sept. 14, threw a bit of uncertainty into a debate of Missouri auditor candidates 120 miles to the east that afternoon.
JEFFERSON CITY — Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft issued five certificates of sufficiency in August, for petition efforts to appear on the November ballot.
Missouri voters who went to the polls Tuesday, Aug. 7 cemented who will be on the ballot in several November general election races for state and national offices.
CLAY COUNTY — With more than 50 percent of the ballots cast for him in the Aug. 7 Republican primary race for county commissioner, incumbent Jerry Nolte solidly beat his opponents Pam Mason, Beth Keller and Dan Troutz.
CLAY COUNTY — With no democratic candidates in the race for Clay County auditor, unofficial results in the Aug. 7 primary show Clay County voters elected Republican Victor S. Hurlbert as the county’s auditor beginning January 1.
CLAY COUNTY — Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft said that four years ago, in an election for the offices that are on the ballot again this November, voter turnout was about 25 percent.
CLAY COUNTY — Democrats and Republicans will decide who to advance to the November ballot for presiding Clay County commissioner when they go to the polls Aug. 7.
With a state audit on the horizon for Clay County government, it’s important to many who will be conducting the task. The Democratic incumbent, Nicole Galloway, stands unopposed in her party’s Aug. 7 primary, but there are four running for the Republican nomination for the November ballot.
KANSAS CITY — The Northland Coalition, a group of volunteers in Clay, Platte and Ray counties, invites the community to attend a complimentary legislative luncheon forum from noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 18, in room 110 of the Campus Center Building on the Metropolitan Community College-Ma…
CLAY COUNTY — Voters in Clay County who will be away from their polling places for the Aug. 7 primary election may cast an absentee ballot beginning Tuesday, June 26, at the Clay County Elections Building, 100 W. Mississippi St., Liberty.
CLAY COUNTY — Missouri is the 23rd state to become a participating member of the Electronic Registration Information Center, a nonprofit that assists states in improving the accuracy of voter rolls and increasing access to voter registration for all eligible citizens.
KANSAS CITY — Kansas City voters approved Question 1 for a 1 percent sales tax for capital improvements Tuesday, April 3. In Clay County, 74 percent of the voters cast a yes vote to 26 percent no. In the entire city, the yes votes hit 79 percent.
SMITHVILLE — Voters in Smithville illustrated they wanted change in city leadership and improvement throughout the city as challenger and political newcomer Damien Boley won the mayoral race and both questions on the ballot, seeking funding for sweeping infrastructure updates, passed.
KEARNEY — Kearney residents put their money where their votes were Tuesday, April 3, by overwhelmingly supporting the increased sales tax effort to build a second Interstate 35 interchange.
LIBERTY — Liberty Public Schools patrons elected two members to the Board of Education and approved a no-tax-increase bond issue Tuesday, April 3.
JEFFERSON CITY — Candidate filing for state offices closed March 27. With no August primary challenges within any party for the following legislative seats, they will be decided in the November general election.