With 98% of precincts reporting, Bob Dixon has defeated Bob Cirtin for the Republican nominee for Greene County Presiding Commissioner.
Springfield voters have rejected an ordinance which would have prohibited any new pit bull registrations in the city, and only allowing renewals of existing registrations.
State wide, voters delivered a blow to the "Right-to-Work" movement, with 65 percent of voters rejecting Proposition A of of 10:30pm Tuesday. The ballot initiative would have outlawed mandatory union dues in workplace contracts. Supporters said Prop A would give non-union employees the right to decide weather or not to pay the fees, and would make Missouri more attractive to new businesses. Opponents believe the law would weaken unions' bargaining power, resulting in wider wealth gaps and more lower paying jobs. Former Governor Eric Greitens signed a right-to-work law in February 2017. However the law was challenged by labor organizations, who obtained hundreds of thousands of signatures to force a public referendum on the legislation.
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill and Attorney General Josh Hawley both won their respective primaries Tuesday evening, pitting them against each other in what may be one of the most contested senate races in the nation. Hawley immediately issued a challenge to Sen. McCaskill to hold a series of one-on-one debates across the state.
Tonight I challenge Claire McCaskill to a series of one-on-one debates all over Missouri. No moderator. No complicated rules. No TV studio. Just the two of us debating in the best traditions of our country on the back of— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) August 8, 2018
a flat bed truck. #MOSen
Scraching my head. While reading from a teleprompter @HawleyMO just challenged me to debate ....?????? How about some town hall debates ...no teleprompter or scripts written by DC political consultants.— Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) August 8, 2018
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