The Reporter covers Miller, Morgan and Camden County in Central Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks and is published once per week on Wednesdays.
Published November 11, 2020
Miller County election results
MILLER COUNTY – There were no surprises in Miller County since most names n the ballot for local offices were running unopposed.
In the race for U.S. Representative District 3, Republican Blaine Luetkemeyer brought in 10,287 votes (84.42 percent) to challengers Megan Rezabek (Democrat), who received 1,687 votes and Libertarian Leonard J. Steinman II, who only ended up with 206 votes.
State Representative for District 58 (Willard Haley, Republican) and State Representative for District 59 Rudy Veit, Republican) were running unopposed.
For State Representative District 62, Republican Bruce Sassmann received 877 votes to challenger Nancy Ragan (Democrat) 97 votes.
For State Representative District 124, Lisa Thomas (Republican) was also running unopposed.
Running unopposed and winning their seats were (all Republicans):
A question on the ballot asked if Supreme Court Judge Patricia Breckenridge be retained in office was approved by Miller County voters.
In addition, voters approved the question that asked if Western District appeals Judge Tom Chapman should be retained in office. State voters also approve retaining both judges in their offices.
Miller County had a very high turnout of 70.48 percent of registered voters.
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