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Aug. 7 Callaway County Primary Election Results

Aug. 7 Callaway County Primary Election Results

August 8th, 2018 in Local News


Presiding County Commissioner (unopposed in primary)

Gary Jungermann 5,563

County Clerk

Ronda Lea Miller 3,423 votes, 57.31 percent

Kathie Ratliff 2,550 votes, 42.69 percent

Clerk of the Circuit Court (unopposed)

Megan Morse 5,204 votes

Recorder of Deeds (unopposed)

Christine Kleindienst 5,536 votes

Prosecuting Attorney (unopposed)

Christopher D. Wilson 5,387 votes

County Auditor (unopposed)

Karen Rentschler 5,300 votes

Collector of Revenue

Sarah Gladman 3,440 votes, 57.44 percent

Eva Jones 2,549 votes, 42.56 percent


Presiding County Commissioner

Susie Ferguson 1,710 votes, 63.62 percent

Tim Kendall 978 votes, 36.38 percent


Shall the Callaway County Sewer District be formed within those areas of Callaway County, Missouri, as submitted by the Amended Decree of Incorporation of the Circuit Court of Callaway County in Case No. 18CW-CV00216, which shall have no authority to levy taxes or pledge general revenue bonds?

FULTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 58 PROPOSITION K: Passed with 55.76 percent

Shall the Board of Education of the Fulton Public School District No. 58 of Callaway County, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling to $3.8948 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for the purpose of securing mental health professionals/services; retaining qualified staff; improving and maintaining district facilities; and paying the increased costs associated with educational programs, utilities, and other operational needs of the school district? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the School District is estimated to increase by $0.5698 from $3.3250, currently, to $3.8948 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for the 2018 Tax Year and will be applied to the assessed valuation for each year thereafter.


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