Preview the 2012 Missouri Primary

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Tomorrow is the Missouri Primary, a turning point in the 2012 election season, as voters pick the final candidates for this fall’s general elections.

While not every political seat is up for grabs, and some parties are running candidates without internal opposition, a lot of key races will impact the stretch run between now and November.

Below is a list of races for major state seats and who is in the running for each. Only party races with multiple contenders are listed, which means many incumbents and third-party candidates won’t appear. Where an incumbent is among the list of contenders, though, his or her name appears in bold:

SENATOR

(R): Todd Akin, Jerry Beck, Sarah Steelman, John Brunner, Mark Memoly, Mark Patrick Lodes, Robert Poole, Hector Maldonado

 

GOVERNOR

(D): Jay Nixon, Clay Thunderhawk, William Campbell

(R): John Weiler, Dave Spence, Bill Randles, Fred Sauer

 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

(R): Charles Kullman, Brad Lager, Peter Kinder, Mike Carter

(D): Susan Montee, Dennis Weisenburger, Fred Kratky, Becky Lee Plattner, Judy Baker, Sara Lampe, Jackie Townes McGee, William Haas

 

SECRETARY OF STATE

(D): Jason Kander, MD Rabbi Alam

(R): Scott Rupp, Shane Schoeller, Bill Stouffer

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

(R): Ed Martin, Adam Lee Warren

 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

1st District

(D): Russ Carnahan (incumbent of old 3rd District), Lacy Clay, Candice Britton

(R): Martin Baker, Robyn Hamlin

2nd District

(R): Ann Wagner, John Morris, James O. Baker, Randy Jotte

(D): Marshall Works, George Weber, Harold Whitfield, Glenn Koenen

4th District

(R): Vicky Hartzler, Bernie Mowinski

(L): Herschel Young, Thomas Holbrook

5th District

(R): Jason Green, Jacob Turk, Jerry Nolte, Ron Paul Shawd

6th District

(R): Sam Graves, Bob Gough, Christopher Ryan

(D): Kyle Yarber, Ted Rights, Ronald William Harris, Bill Hedge

7th District

(R): Tom Stilson, Billy Long, Mike Moon

8th District

(R): Jo Ann Emerson, Bob Parker

Polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday morning and close at 7 p.m. statewide. If you’re not sure where you need to go to cast a ballot, there are people who can help you with that.


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