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  Missouri
State Government
  Governor  Jeremiah W. "Jay" Nixon 2 12 +12.24%
  Lieutenant Governor  Peter Kinder 3 12 +3.74%
  Secretary of State  Jason Kander 1 12 +1.47%
  Auditor  Nicole Galloway 0 15 +100.00%
  Treasurer  Clint Zweifel 2 12 +5.01%
  Attorney General  Chris Koster 2 12 +15.26%
  MO State Senate  Republican Party Control 1 14 +47.06%
  MO State House  Republican Party Control 0 15 +45.40%
President
  President  Mitt Romney 0 12 +9.38%
Senate
  Senate Class I  Claire McCaskill 2 12 +15.70%
  Senate Class III  Roy Blunt 1 10 +13.60%
House of Representatives
  MO - District 01  William Lacy Clay, Jr. 8 14 +51.40%
  MO - District 02  Ann Wagner 2 14 +31.50%
  MO - District 03  Blaine Luetkemeyer 4 14 +41.19%
  MO - District 04  Vicky Hartzler 3 14 +41.72%
  MO - District 05  Emanuel Cleaver 6 14 +6.79%
  MO - District 06  Samuel B. "Sam" Graves, Jr. 8 14 +37.15%
  MO - District 07  Billy Long 3 14 +34.63%
  MO - District 08  Jason Smith 1 14 +42.33%
County List
 Counties 
Referenda
 Initiatives and Referenda 

Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeMissouri WinnerYrMissouri Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race

Neighbors
Arkansas, United States  
Illinois, United States  
Iowa, United States  
Kansas, United States  
Kentucky, United States  
Nebraska, United States  
Oklahoma, United States  
Tennessee, United States  

Created From
[X] Territory of Louisiana-Missouri
State DETAILS
Parents > United States  
Established August 10, 1821
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifiedRP August 12, 2010 07:32pm
Description
PVIR+13.47 ( D-6.68 R+6.55 I-0.03 N-0.08 LBT+0.58 G-0.36 CST+0.19 PFP-0.05 J-0.03 A'sP-0.03 IR-0.02 )

MAPS

MO CDs 2013-2023 Jan 3, 2013-Jan 3, 2023

Largest Population Cities [More]  
# City County Population As Of
1 Kansas City Jackson 459,787 2010-04-01
2 St. Louis St. Louis City 319,294 2010-04-01
3 Springfield Greene 159,498 2010-04-01
4 Independence Jackson 116,830 2010-04-01
5 Columbia Boone 108,500 2010-04-01
6 Lee's Summit Jackson 91,364 2010-04-01
7 St. Joseph Buchanan 76,780 2010-04-01
8 St. Charles St. Charles 65,794 2010-04-01
9 Blue Springs Jackson 52,575 2010-04-01
10 St. Peters St. Charles 52,575 2010-04-01
Largest Population Counties [More]  
# County Population As Of
1 Jackson 705,708 2009-07-01
2 St. Louis 356,587 2009-07-01
3 St. Charles 355,367 2009-07-01
4 Greene 269,630 2009-07-01
5 Clay 228,358 2009-07-01
6 Jefferson 219,046 2009-07-01
7 Boone 156,377 2009-07-01
8 Jasper 118,179 2009-07-01
9 Franklin 101,263 2009-07-01
10 Cass 100,184 2009-07-01

INFORMATION LINKS
Constitution Party of Missouri  Discuss
Missouri Democratic Party  Discuss
Missouri Ethics Commission  Discuss
Missouri Libertarian Party  Discuss
Missouri Republican Party  Discuss
Progressive (Green) Party of Missouri  Discuss

PARTY REGISTRATION

DEMOGRAPHIC
Population
Religion
Demographic Amount % As Of Contributor
Assemblies of God 95,429 100.00% Apr 01, 2000 RP

MEDIA
Category Name
Newspaper St. Charles Suburban County Journal 

EVENTS
Start Date End Date Type Title Contributor
Jan 01, 1900 06:00am Jan 01, 1900 07:00pm General Election MO Poll Open and Close Times Set  RP 
Aug 03, 2010 06:00am Aug 03, 2010 07:00pm Primary Election MO Primary Election  RP 

BOOKS
Title Purchase Contributor

NEWS
Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Aug 14, 2013 06:45am News Clown Banned, Announcer Resigns After State Fair Rodeo  Article kal 
Aug 12, 2013 12:00pm News Missouri State Fair apologizes after rodeo clown mocks Obama   Article Brandonius Maximus 
Feb 28, 2013 10:45am News Missouri lawmaker wants to eliminate daylight saving time  Article RBH 
Oct 12, 2012 11:00pm News Missouree? Missouruh? To Be Politic, Say Both  Article WesternDem 
Apr 16, 2012 09:05pm Report Liberal group identifies 30 ALEC ‘model bills’ in Missouri  Article Craverguy 
May 04, 2011 12:00pm News Mo. House overrides governor's veto of redistricting map  Article 00 

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