Bates County Election Results

GENERAL MUNICIPAN ELECTION
June 2,  2020
BATES COUNTY MISSOURI
Unofficial Results

Miami R-1 School District

Alicia Collins 108
Steve Vunovich 17
Colby Lucas Johnston 63
Carli Nieder 87
John (JD) Talley 108
Write In 1

Ballard R-2 School District

Jacque Hill 52
Emery Boyd Engelhardt 54
Rusty Claiborne 51
Write In 2

Ballard R-2 School District Question
Yes 55
No 6

Rich Hill R-4 School District

Marty Tourtillott 152
Greg Brocka 207
Slade Coonce 113
Misty Brooks 134
Landon Swope 138
Write In 7

Butler R-5 School District

Dave Randalls 317
Anissa Harris 547
Marty Whitworth 395
Doug Lawrence 517
Gary Anderson 212
Write In 13

Butler R-5 School District Question #1

Yes 588

No 191

Butler R-5 School District Question #2

Yes 617

No 169

Appleton City R-2 School District

Janet Payton 19
Stephanie Preston 28
Nick Oehring 27
Doug James 17
Write In 1

Appleton City R-2 School District Proposition K.I.D.S.

Yes 11

No 31

Drexel R-4 School District

Leah Noel Martin 29
Jennifer Thomas 31
Andrea Marie Harris 9
Andy L. Gorsage 29
Write In 0

Archie R-5 School District

Ryan R. Grimes 3
April L. Clark 3
Julie K. Smith 3
Write In 0

Archie R-5 School District Question

Yes 3

No 0

Cornland Special Road District, For Board Member

Elston Dirks 4
Write In 12

Cornland Special Road District Question

For the Levy 10
Against the Levy 8

City of Adrian Mayor
Hershel Cole 71
Write In 10

City of Adrian For North Ward Alderman
Bill Lunsford 22
Write In 1

City of Adrian For South Ward Alderman
Joyce Talley 18
Jeff Vicks 42
Write in 1

City of Amoret For Board of Alderman Two Year Term
John C. Potter 18
Robert E. Ford 13
Cody M Ayres 14
Write In 2

City of Butler for Ward 1 Councilman
Timothy Young 26
Denny Rich 50
Jim Garnett 16
Write In 0

City of Butler for Ward 2 Councilman
Brenda Cecil 56
Doncella Liggins 78
Write In 2

City of Butler for Ward 3 Councilman
Jeff Hall 108
Write In 2

City of Butler for Ward 4 Councilman
Lance Sargent 93
Montana Gilleland 63
Write In 1

City of Drexel For Alderman at Large Two-Year Term
Donna Clayton Crawford 11
Jim Harris 9
Write In 1

City of Drexel For Alderman at Large One Year Term
Write In

City of Hume For Mayor Two Year Term
Michael Wriston 33
Write In 3

City of Hume For Board of Alderman Two Year Term
Jeffery Davidson 21
Terry Irwin 26
James Brooks 17
Write In 0

City of Rich Hill for Alderman North Ward
William Humble 58
Write In 3

City of Rich Hill for Alderman South Ward
Nathan Kassner 59
Write In 1

City of Rich Hill Proposition No. 1
Yes 96
No 52

City of Rich Hill Proposition No. 2
Yes 81
No 72

City of Rich Hill Proposition No. 3
yes 78
No 75

City of Rich Hill Proposition No. 4
Yes 65
No 87

City of Rich Hill Proposition No. 5
Yes 99
No 53

City of Rich Hill Proposition No. 6
Yes 82
No 69

City of Rockville For Board of Alderman
Write In 22

Village of Foster for Board of Trustees Two Year Term
Connie Boyles 11
Robert (Bob) Adams 9
Jimmy Swarnes 11
Write In 0

Village of Passaic For Board of Trustees
James E. Lane 5
Rachel Lane 6
Write In 6

West Point Township Question
For the Levy 42
Against the Levy 15

Homer Township Question
For the Levy 27
Against the Levy 20

Walnut Township Question
For the Levy 11
Against the Levy 17

Prairie Township Question
For the Levy 15
Against the Levy 6

Osage Township Question
For the Levy 101
Against the Levy 75

Howard Township Question
For the Levy 43
Against the Levy 17

Win or Purchase Lucas Oil Speedway or Lake Lucas Tickets from FM-92

The racing season has started and you can get discount admission tickets to Lucas Oil Speedway and Lake Lucas from FM-92 and the Bargain Buy Shopping Show.  You can also listen to the FM-92.1 morning show Monday thru Wednesday for your chance to win a pair of tickets to that weekend’s race.  Tickets are courtesy of Heartland Service and Detail in Butler.  The first give away starts June 8th.

June 13th is the Drag Boat Summer Thunder Day 1 which also gets you in to the weekly Dirt track event that night.

June 14th is the Drag Boat Summer thunder Day 2.

Keep your radios tuned to FM-92 to win tickets.  However, if you do not win then give us a call at 660-679-4191 or stop by 800 East Nursery Street and purchase your discount admission tickets.

Special thanks to our sponsor, Heartland Service and Detail, 18 South Orange Street in Butler, a full service auto repair shop, 660-679-0775.

Capitol Report: Patricia Pike 136th State Rep

CAPITOL REPORT:  REPRESENTATIVE PATRICIA PIKE

Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Complete Your 2020 Census Form

Dear Citizens:  Time is winding down for citizens to complete their 2020 census form.   Thank you to everyone who has completed their questionnaires and I encourage those who have not to do so.  This year’s census is simple, quick, and easy to complete.

I’d like to highlight the following information from the US Census website about why completing the census questionnaire is so important: “The 2020 Census will determine congressional representation, inform hundreds of billions in federal funding every year, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade.

The 2020 Census will provide a snapshot of our nation—who we are, where we live, and so much more.

Over the next decade, lawmakers, business owners, and many others will use 2020 Census data to make critical decisions. The results will show where communities need new schools, new clinics, new roads, and more services for families, older adults, and children.

The results will also inform how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding are allocated to more than 100 programs, including Medicaid, Head Start, block grants for community mental health services, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as SNAP.

Redistricting:  The U.S. Constitution mandates that the country count its population once every 10 years. The results are used to adjust or redraw electoral districts, based on where populations have increased or decreased. The results of this once-a-decade count determine the number of seats each state has in the House of Representatives. They are also used to draw congressional and state legislative districts.

Federal Funding – The results of the 2020 Census will inform decisions about allocating hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding to communities across the country—for hospitals, fire departments, school lunch programs, and other critical programs and services.

Business Decisions – The 2020 Census will be valuable to businesses, as the results will provide a rich set of data on the communities they serve, including population trends and growth projections.  Business owners rely on census results to make decisions, such as where to open new stores, restaurants, factories, or offices, where to expand operations, where to recruit employees, and which products and services to offer. 

Confidentiality – The Census Bureau is bound by law to keep your information confidential. Violating this law is a federal crime, punishable by prison time and/or a fine of up to $250,000.  The answers you provide are used only to produce statistics. You are kept anonymous. The Census Bureau is not permitted to publicly release your responses in any way that could identify you or anyone else in your home.

You can still complete your form online, by phone, or by mail.  Visit my2020census.gov to begin.” 

Our new summer office hours at the Capitol are 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.   My legislative assistant, Jeff, and I are available to assist citizens regarding questions and expediting services.  Contact us at 573-751-5388 or e-mail at Patricia.Pike@house.mo.gov.