Knox Primary Results – March, Redington Take Democratic Vote, Use Tax Passes

Knox Primary Results - March, Redington Take Democratic Vote, Use Tax Passes

Of Knox County’s 2,601 registered voters 1,260 cast their ballots for the Primary Election held on Tuesday, August 5, 2014.

Of the ballots cast 937 of them were Democrat, 307 were Republican 9 were Nonpartisan and 7 were Libertarian.

The Knox County Use Tax question passed with 610 “yes” votes to 531 “no” votes.

On the Democratic ballot Roma March pulled ahead of three other Democratic contenders for the Knox County Circuit Clerk race. March will go on to face Audrey Hamlin (R) in the November General Election.

In the race for the Democratic spot on the November ballot for Knox County Associate Judge, Tom Redington pulled ahead of Tom Hensley. Redington will go on to face David M. Brown (R) in November.

 

Knox Totals Unofficial

 

For Knox Circuit Clerk

Democrat

Roma March 496

Karie Jo Holman 146

Kelly Hayes 218

Shelly Bugh 68

Republican

Audrey Hamlin 248

 

For Knox Associate Judge

Democrat

Tom Hensley 288

Tom Redington 607

Republican

David M. Brown 212

 

For Knox Presiding Commissioner

Democrat

Terry Red Callahan 571

Republican

Evan Glasgow 263

 

For Knox Prosecuting Attorney

Democrat

Joy Pinson Ahern 638

Republican

Jo Fortney 237

Click HERE to see unofficial totals and precinct totals from the Knox County Clerk’s Office.

About Echo Menges

Reporter for The Edina Sentinel Covering Knox County, Missouri Since 2010

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