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Bridgeton, St. Louis County, Missouri 63044

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Challengers

U.S. Senate

Senator Claire McCaskill
Senior Seat (Running) Democratic
Jerome Bauer
Senior Seat Challenger (Too Close To Call) Green Party
Japheth Campbell
Senior Seat Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Jo Crain
Senior Seat Challenger (Running) Green Party
Angelica Earl
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
David Faust
Senior Seat Challenger (Withdrawn) Democratic
Travis Gonzalez
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Brian Hagg
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Josh Hawley
Senior Seat Challenger (Running) Republican
John Hogan
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Bradley Krembs
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Tony Monetti
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Kristi Nichols
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Ken Patterson
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Austin Petersen
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Peter Pfeifer
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Fred Ryman
Senior Seat Challenger (Withdrawn) Republican
Christina Smith
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Leonard Steinman
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Courtland Sykes
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Coffee Wright
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Senator Roy Blunt
Junior Seat Republican

U.S. House

District 1
Representative Lacy Clay, Jr.
District 1 (Running) Democratic
Cori Bush
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Robb Cunningham
District 1 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
DeMarco Davidson
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Camille Lombardi-Olive
District 1 Challenger (Too Close To Call) Republican
Joshua Shipp
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Edward Van Deventer, Jr.
District 1 Challenger (Too Close To Call) Republican
Robert Vroman
District 1 Challenger (Too Close To Call) Republican
District 2
Representative Ann Wagner
District 2 (Running) Republican
David Arnold
District 2 Challenger (Running) Green Party
Bill Haas
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Robert Hazel
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Larry Kirk
District 2 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
John Messmer
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Mark Osmack
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Noga Sachs
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Cort VanOstran
District 2 Challenger (Running) Democratic

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State House

District 70
Representative Mark Matthiesen
District 70 (Running) Republican
Paula Brown
District 70 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Carol Hexem
District 70 Challenger (Running) Green Party
Donald Klein
District 70 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Gregory Upchurch
District 70 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 72
Representative Mary Nichols
District 72 Democratic
Bruce Buwalda
District 72 Challenger (Running) Republican
Doug Clemens
District 72 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Sheryl Gladney
District 72 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Eileen McGeoghegan
District 72 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Jeanine Molloff
District 72 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Daniel Wibracht
District 72 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 73
Representative Courtney Curtis
District 73 Democratic
Floyd Blackwell
District 73 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Raychel Proudie
District 73 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Lee Smith
District 73 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

State Senate

District 14
Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal
District 14 Democratic
Joe Adams
District 14 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Sharon Pace
District 14 Challenger (Too Close To Call) Democratic
Brian Williams
District 14 Challenger (Too Close To Call) Democratic
District 24
Senator Jill Schupp
District 24 (Running) Democratic
Jim Higgins
District 24 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Gregory Powers
District 24 Challenger (Running) Republican

Incumbents

Attorney General

Secretary of State

Auditor

Paul Curtman
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Don Fitz
Challenger (Running) Green Party
Jacob Luetkemeyer
Challenger (Running) Constitution
Saundra McDowell
Challenger (Running) Republican
Sean O'Toole
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Kevin Roach
Challenger (Lost) Republican
David Wasinger
Challenger (Lost) Republican

Chairman of the Tax Commission

Bruce Davis
Republican

Higher Education Commissioner

Treasurer

Incumbents

Judge of the Supreme Court

Judge Mary Russell
Non-partisan
Judge Laura Stith
Non-partisan

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Election Date Title Outcome
Nov. 6, 2018 Amendment 4 Pending
Nov. 6, 2018 Proposition D Pending

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Show-Me State
  • Motto: Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto [The Welfare of the People Shall Be the Supreme Law]
  • Area: 69,709 sq mi
  • Population: 6,021,988 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Jefferson City
  • Statehood: Aug. 10, 1821 (24th state)
  • Highest Point: Taum Sauk Mt., 1,772 ft
  • Lowest Point: St. Francis R., 230 ft
  • Bird: Bluebird
  • Flower: White Hawthorn Blossom
  • Senators: 34
  • Representatives: 163
  • Electoral Votes: 10
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