CAMDEN- Over 54 percent of registered voters in Camden County cast a ballot during Tuesday’s election in Camden County. Voters chose to retain Supreme Court Judges Fisher and Ransom, Southern District Appeals Judges Burrell and Goodman. Camden County voters said no to Constitutional Amendments 1 and 3, yes to Constitutional Amendments 4 and 5, and no to calling a Constitutional Convention. City of Lake Ozark voters in Camden County also approved Question Number One allowing a 2005 tax to include the Water and Road departments.
DALLAS-Over 51 percent of Dallas County registered voters cast a ballot during Tuesday’s election, for a total number of 5,842 ballots cast. Dallas County voters voted to retain Supreme Court Judges Fischer and Ransom, and Southern District Appeals Judges Burrell and Goodman. Dallas County voters said no to Constitutional Amendments 1 and 3, and yes to Constitutional Amendments 4 and 5. Dallas County voters also said no to calling a Constitutional Convention. Those results should be certified later this week.
LACLEDE- Voter Turnout in Laclede County was above average at 47.01 percent, with 11,424 voters casting a ballot in Laclede County. The big local question on the ballot was the reduction of the commercial surtax. That question failed with 60 percent of the voters saying no to the reductionof the surtax. There was no opposition in the county office holder races in Laclede County. Those who will take office in January will be Circuit Judge 26th division 2 Kenny Hayden, Associate Circuit Judge Division 4 Larry Winfrey Junior, Associate Circuit Judge Division 5 Steve Jackson, Presiding Commissioner Randy Angst, Circuit Clerk Heather Officer, County Clerk Linda Cansler, Recorder of Deeds Jennifer Raef, Treasurer Kristy Car, Prosecuting Attorney Amy Folsom, Collector Toni Cook Morris, and Public Administrator Annette Charles. Again voter turnout in Laclede County 47.01 percent. Patty Burns Regional Radio News.