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2010 Missouri House of Representatives election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Missouri House of Representatives elections, 2010

← 2008 November 2, 2010 2012 →

163 seats in the Missouri House of Representatives
  Majority party Minority party
 
Leader Ron Richard Paul LeVota
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat 129th-Joplin 52nd-Independence
Seats before 89 74
Seats after 105 58
Seat change Increase 16 Decrease 16

Speaker before election

Ron Richard
Republican

Elected Speaker

Steven Tilley
Republican

The 2010 elections for the Missouri House of Representatives were held on November 2, 2010, with all districts being contested. Necessary primary elections were held on August 3, 2010.[1] The term of office for those elected in 2010 will run for two years, starting on January 4, 2011.

Make-up of the House following the 2010 elections

Affiliation Members
Republican 105
Democratic 58
Total 163

2010 General election

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Republican Brian Munzlinger Term-limited Republican Craig Redmon 7,467 60.9
Democratic Keri Cottrell 4,796 39.1
2 Democratic Rebecca McClanahan Defeated Republican Zachary Wyatt 6,794 60.6
Democratic Rebecca McClanahan 4,423 39.4
3 Republican Casey Guernsey Re-elected Republican Casey Guernsey 10,213 100.0
4 Republican Mike Thomson Re-elected Republican Mike Thomson 9,442 83.0
Democratic Robert Ritterbusch 1,934 17.0
5 Republican Jim Guest Term-limited Republican Glen Klippenstein 7,172 58.4
Democratic Judy Wright 4,672 38.1
Constitution Gary Murray 431 3.5
6 Democratic Rachel Bringer Term-limited Republican Lindell Shumake 6,564 57.3
Democratic Carl Thompson 4,892 42.7
7 Republican Mike Lair Re-elected Republican Mike Lair 8,389 74.6
Democratic Dale Toms 2,858 25.4
8 Democratic Tom Shively Re-elected Democratic Tom Shively 7,444 59.5
Republican William Foster 5,067 40.5
9 Democratic Paul Quinn Re-elected Democratic Paul Quinn 9,362 100.0
10 Democratic Terry Witte Term-limited Republican Jay Houghton 5,865 54.3
Democratic Linda Witte 4,307 39.8
Libertarian Josh Allum 638 5.9
11 Democratic Ed Schieffer Re-elected Democratic Ed Schieffer 8,259 55.9
Republican Michael Clynch 6,527 44.1
12 Republican Doug Funderburk Re-elected Republican Doug Funderburk 9,800 67.4
Democratic Richard Trueba 4,744 32.6
13 Republican Chuck Gatschenberger Re-elected Republican Chuck Gatschenberger 16,214 67.7
Democratic Vickie Boedeker 7,743 32.3
14 Republican Joe Smith Term-limited Republican Kathie Conway 8,886 66.2
Democratic Kyle Meadows 4,542 33.8
15 Republican Sally Faith Re-elected Republican Sally Faith 7,632 59.6
Democratic Paul Woody 4,404 34.4
Libertarian Bill Slantz 765 6.0
16 Republican Mark Parkinson Re-elected Republican Mark Parkinson 8,776 66.5
Democratic Debbie Bixler 4,414 33.5
17 Democratic Kenny Biermann Defeated Republican Vicki Schneider 8,104 55.7
Democratic Kenny Biermann 6,456 44.3
18 Republican Anne Zerr Re-elected Republican Anne Zerr 7,165 68.2
Democratic Gary McKiddy 3,337 31.8
19 Republican Cynthia Davis Term-limited Republican Kurt Bahr 10,474 66.9
Democratic Matt Simmons 5,185 33.1
20 Republican Jeanie Riddle Re-elected Republican Jeanie Riddle 9,838 100.0
21 Republican Steve HobbsSteve Hobbs Term-limited Republican John W. Cauthorn 7,133 58.7
Democratic Kelly Schultz 5,019 41.3
22 Republican Therese Sander Term-limited Republican Randy Asbury 7,813 69.8
Democratic Doug Galaske 3,380 30.2
23 Democratic Stephen Webber Re-elected Democratic Stephen Webber 9,373 68.0
Republican Paul Szopa 4,415 32.0
24 Democratic Chris Kelly Re-elected Democratic Chris Kelly 9,412 55.9
Republican Laura Nauser 7,426 44.1
25 Democratic Mary Still Re-elected Democratic Mary Still 5,975 100.0
26 Democratic Joe Aull Re-elected Democratic Joe Aull 9,271 100.0
27 Democratic Pat Conway Re-elected Democratic Pat Conway 4,922 60.5
Republican Jason Gregory 3,211 39.5
28 Republican Rob Schaaf Term-limited Republican Delus Johnson 7,967 63.4
Democratic Mark Sheehan 4,609 36.6
29 Democratic Martin T. Rucker Retired Republican Galen Higdon, Jr 6,942 64.0
Democratic Bill Caldwell 3,908 36.0
30 Republican Jason Brown Term-limited Republican Nick Marshall 8,888 59.5
Democratic Lexi Norris 6,044 40.5
31 Democratic Trent Skaggs Term-limited Democratic Jay Swearingen 4,669 51.3
Republican Matthew Thompson 4,437 48.7
32 Democratic Jason Grill Defeated Republican Ron Schieber 7,441 50.6
Democratic Jason Grill 7,267 49.4
33 Republican Jerry Nolte Re-elected Republican Jerry Nolte 7,853 65.1
Democratic Jim Stoufer 4,204 34.9
34 Republican Tim Flook Retired Republican Myron Neth 6,551 54.6
Democratic Mark Ellebracht 5,457 45.4
35 Republican Doug Ervin Term-limited Republican T. J. Berry 13,656 69.5
Democratic Jim Baldwin 5,997 30.5
36 Republican Bob Nance Re-elected Republican Bob Nance 7,160 66.1
Democratic Barbara Lanning 3,680 33.9
37 Democratic Mike Talboy Re-elected Democratic Mike Talboy 6,785 100.0
38 Republican Ryan Silvey Re-elected Republican Ryan Silvey 9,133 69.7
Democratic Debbie Colozza 3,979 30.3
39 Democratic Beth Low Retired Democratic Jean Peters-Baker 8,314 100.0
40 Democratic John Burnett Term-limited Democratic John Rizzo 8,314 100.0
Libertarian Sean O'Toole 8,314 100.0
41 Democratic Kiki Curls Re-elected Democratic Kiki Curls 5,002 100.0
42 Democratic Leonard Hughes, IV Re-elected Democratic Leonard Hughes, IV 7,441 100.0
43 Democratic Roman Lee LeBlanc Retired Democratic Gail Beatty 7,621 100.0
44 Democratic Jason Kander Re-elected Democratic Jason Kander 8,922 69.6
Republican Sally Miller 3,892 30.4
45 Democratic Jason R. Holsman Re-elected Democratic Jason R. Holsman 6,595 60.3
Republican Nola Wood 4,348 39.7
46 Democratic Kate Meiners Term-limited Democratic Kevin McManus 8,418 62.5
Republican Rodney Williams 5,044 37.5
47 Republican Jeff Grisamore Re-elected Republican Jeff Grisamore 10,984 100.0
48 Republican Will Kraus Retired Republican Gary Cross 6,882 53.0
Democratic Gavin Fletchall 5,769 44.4
Libertarian Nathan Eaton 339 2.6
49 Democratic Tom McDonald Re-elected Democratic Tom McDonald 7,350 100.0
50 Democratic Michael Brown Re-elected Democratic Michael Brown 7,484 100.0
51 Democratic Ray Salva Term-limited Democratic Ira Anders 3,683 52.8
Republican Jeff Workman 2,765 39.7
Libertarian Kevin Kobe 281 4.0
Constitution Michael Cogan 243 3.5
52 Democratic Paul LeVota Term-limited Republican Noel Torpey 8,123 60.6
Democratic Robbie Makinen 5,290 39.4
53 Democratic Curt Dougherty Term-limited Republican Brent Lasater 5,291 55.7
Democratic Diane Egger 4,214 44.3
54 Republican Gary Dusenberg Term-limited Republican Jeanie Lauer 8,738 63.9
Democratic John Bullard 4,926 36.1
55 Republican Bryan Pratt Term-limited Republican Sheila Solon 7,744 61.6
Democratic Clay Rogers 4,251 33.8
Libertarian Jeffrey Hoorfar 570 44.5
56 Republican Brian Yates Term-limited Republican Mike Cierpiot 10,370 63.4
Democratic Dave Coffman 5,986 36.6
57 Democratic Hope Whitehead Defeated in primary Democratic Karla May 7,385 100.0
58 Democratic James Morris Defeated in primary Democratic Penny Hubbard 7,383 100.0
59 Democratic Jeanette Mott Oxford Re-elected Democratic Jeanette Mott Oxford 6,133 100.0
60 Democratic Jamilah Nasheed Re-elected Democratic Jamilah Nasheed 8,023 100.0
61 Democratic Chris Carter Re-elected Democratic Chris Carter 7,804 100.0
62 Republican Nita Jane Ayres Defeated in primary Republican Don Phillips 12,348 100.0
63 Democratic Tishaura Jones Re-elected Democratic Tishaura Jones 8,242 100.0
64 Democratic Rachel Storch Retired Democratic Susan Carlson 7,210 76.7
Republican Patricia Verde 2,005 21.3
Constitution Mark Opheim 188 2.0
65 Democratic Michele Kratky Re-elected Democratic Michele Kratky 9,309 100.0
66 Democratic Michael Vogt Term-limited Democratic Genise Montecillo 5,687 59.8
Republican Bill Hartzog 3,816 40.2
67 Democratic Michael Colona Re-elected Democratic Michael Colona 6,260 82.0
Republican Curtis Farber 1,370 18.0
68 Republican David Sater Re-elected Republican David Sater 9,364 100.0
69 Democratic Gina Walsh Term-limited Democratic Tommie Pierson 6,261 77.5
Independent Yolanda Austin 1,820 22.5
70 Democratic Sharon Pace Re-elected Democratic Sharon Pace 8,287 100.0
71 Democratic Don Calloway Ran for state senate Democratic Clem Smith 8,050 100.0
72 Democratic Maria Chappelle-Nadal Ran for state senate Democratic Rory Ellinger 9,744 94.2
Independent Marva Miller 598 5.8
73 Democratic Stacey Newman Re-elected Democratic Stacey Newman 7,728 61.4
Republican Daniel O'Sullivan 4,851 38.6
74 Democratic Steve Webb Re-elected Democratic Steve Webb 10,557 74.5
Republican David Blanke 3,616 38.6
75 Democratic Bert Atkins Re-elected Democratic Bert Atkins 6,864 62.6
Republican Bryan Koen 4,108 37.4
76 Democratic Michael Spreng Re-elected Democratic Michael Spreng 7,668 100.0
77 Democratic Michael George Corcoran Term-limited Democratic Eileen Grant McGeoghegan 5,107 62.5
Republican Linda Ragsdale 3,060 37.5
78 Democratic Margo McNeil Re-elected Democratic Margo McNeil 5,864 59.2
Republican Glen Lindemann 4,034 40.8
79 Democratic Albert Joseph Liese Re-elected Democratic Mary Nichols 6,010 51.7
Republican Dan Johnson 5,912 44.6
Constitution William R. Spaits 433 3.7
80 Democratic Theodore Hoskins Term-limited Democratic Sylvester Taylor II 10,095 100.0
81 Democratic Rochelle Walton Gray Re-elected Democratic Rochelle Walton Gray 9,938 100.0
82 Democratic Jill Schupp Re-elected Democratic Jill Schupp 9,947 100.0
83 Democratic Jake Zimmerman Re-elected Democratic Jake Zimmerman 7,435 65.3
Republican Patrick J. Brennan 3,947 34.7
84 Republican Allen Icet Ran for state auditor Republican Don Gosen 12,571 100.0
85 Democratic Vicki Englund Defeated Republican Cloria Brown 6,482 52.7
Democratic Vicki Englund 5,824 47.3
86 Republican Cole McNary Re-elected Republican Cole McNary 11,809 100.0
87 Republican John Diehl Re-elected Republican John Diehl 12,479 100.0
88 Republican Andrew Koenig Re-elected Republican Andrew Koenig 10,582 100.0
89 Republican Tim Jones Re-elected Republican Tim Jones 12,190 100.0
90 Democratic Sam Komo Defeated Republican John C. McCaherty 4,980 49.1
Democratic Sam Komo 4,727 46.6
Independent Charles Smith II 438 4.3
91 Democratic Jeanne Kirkton Re-elected Democratic Jeanne Kirkton 8,103 51.3
Republican Rich Magee 7,418 47.0
Libertarian Martin Hague 260 1.6
92 Republican Sue Allen Re-elected Republican Sue Allen 10,499 100.0
93 Republican Dwight Scharnhorst Re-elected Republican Dwight Scharnhorst 10,719 100.0
94 Republican Rick Stream Re-elected Republican Rick Stream 9,326 56.2
Democratic Deb Lavender 7,267 43.8
95 Republican Mike Leara Re-elected Republican Mike Leara 9,870 62.9
Democratic Alice Geary Sgroi 5,385 34.3
Constitution Steven Newton 427 2.7
96 Democratic Patricia M. Yaeger Term-limited Democratic Scott Sifton 5,655 58.2
Republican Anthony Leech 4,062 41.8
97 Republican Mike Leara Term-limited Republican Gary Furh 9,072 63.1
Democratic Jan Polizzi 4,880 33.9
Constitution Daniel P. Fitzhenry 427 3.0
98 Republican Brian Nieves Ran for state senate Republican Dave Hinson 7,050 60.5
Democratic Mary Jo Straatmann 4,603 39.5
99 Republican Mike Sutherland Term-limited Republican Bart Korman 12,030 100.0
100 Democratic Sue Schoemehl Term-limited Republican Masha Haefner 9,593 64.3
Democratic Andrew Spavale 5,072 34.0
Constitution Randy Lewis 256 1.7

[2]

References

  1. ^ http://sos.mo.gov/Enrweb/allresults.asp?arc=1&eid=283
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-02-20. Retrieved 2012-11-07.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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