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Missouri Primary Election results: Clark County

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Clark County

Constitutional Amendment No. 1

Yes 1,169

No 424

Constitutional Amendment No. 5

Yes 1,286

No 280

Constitutional Amendment No. 7

Yes 922

No 643

Constitutional Amendment No. 8

Yes 914

No 601

Constitutional Amendment No. 9

Yes 1,218

No 284

Democratic Party

U.S. Representative District 6

(One nominated)

W.A. (Bill) Hedge 94

Edward Dwayne Fields 69

Gary Lynn Crose 39

Republican Party

U.S. Representative District 6

(One nominated)

Kyle Reid 83

Brian L. Tharp 38

Sam Graves 747

Christopher Ryan 208

Presiding Commissioner

(One nominated)

Ron Brewer 531

Buddy Kattelmann 748

Clerk of Circuit Court

District 1

(One nominated)

Ken Schantz 795

Terry (Ray) Matlock 432

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