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Greene, Christian County Primary Election Results

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The votes are in and tallied. Numerous Christian and Greene County offices were on the primary ballot with candidates seeking a spot in November’s general election.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The votes are in and tallied. Numerous Christian and Greene County offices were on the primary ballot with candidates seeking a spot in November’s general election.

Here is the outcome of each:

GREENE COUNTY  (NOT FINAL)

With 77 of 80 precints (96%) counted:


Greene County Clerk - Rusty Aton (D) is leading Richard Buchli (D) with 54.6% of the vote.  The winner goes on to face Republican Shane Schoeller in November.

Greene County Presiding Commissioner – Bob Cirtin (R) was leading fellow Republicans Jerry Fenstermaker and Steve Helms by 44.5% of the vote.  The winner will face Democrat Donna Bergen and Libertarian Benjamin Brixey in November.

Greene County Circuit Clerk – Thomas Barr (R) was leading fellow Republicans Mike Car and Tony Bleau with 53% of the vote.  The winner goes on to face Libertarian Arthur Hodge in November.

Greene County Collector – Leah Betts (R) was leading fellow Republicans Brooke Hobbs and Cindy Baldwin with 39.5%.

Greene County Auditor – Cindy Stein (R/Inc.) had captured 70% of the vote against fellow Republicans John Dittrich.


CHRISTIAN COUNTY 

With 100% of the vote counted:

Christian County Presiding Commissioner –Ray Weter (R) won the election with 4,395, or 42 percent, of the votes.

Christian County Auditor – Lacey Hart (R) won over Norma Ryan (R) in a close-call election. Ryan received 4,713 of the votes. Hart collected 4,757 votes.

Associate Circuit Judge Div. 11 – Doug Bacon (R) won this election with 49 percent, or 5,277 votes.


The winning candidates will now go on to face opponents of the opposite party on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.

For your local election results, check out our election headquarters website.

For more information on Missouri voting and the 2014 election calendar, take a look at the Missouri Secretary of State’s website.



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