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Missouri Primary Election results: Marion County

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Marion County

Constitutional Amendment No. 1

Yes 2,797

No 2,005

Constitutional Amendment No. 5

Yes 3,531

No 1,202

Constitutional Amendment No. 7

Yes 2,548

No 2,284

Constitutional Amendment No. 8

Yes 2,346

No 2,328

Constitutional Amendment No. 9

Yes 3,826

No 779

Democratic Party

U.S. Representative District 6

(One nominated)

W.A. (Bill) Hedge 1,058

Edward Dwayne Fields 564

Gary Lynn Crose 407

Recorder of Deeds

(One nominated)

Karla (Susie) Gosney 1,443

Harla Friesz 1,493

Collector of Revenue

(One nominated)

Carrie (Thornton) Dryden 987

Linda C. Begley 1,281

Mike Pagitt 608

Republican Party

U.S. Representative District 6

(One nominated)

Kyle Reid 85

Brian L. Tharp 72

Sam Graves 1,230

Christopher Ryan 161

Precinct Committeeman

(One nominated)

Joan Thompson 82

Adriel E. Vedenhaupt 39

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