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Just elected to a four-year term in November, Missouri's State Treasurer is seen by some as a possible candidate for Lieutenant Governor if a vacancy is created.
The paper's political columnists, known as "The Fix," stated the Wildwood Congressman had "the most colossally bad major campaign of the 2012 general election."
The Oakville Democrat says he "will not quietly disappear into the fog," after loss to Ann Wagner.
Phone call concession from Democrat Susan Montee came just before 11 p.m. Tuesday night.
Jim Higgins said he expects Democrat Jay Nixon to win.
The most contested statewide ballot question asked if voters would raise tobacco taxes to fund education and anti-smoking initiatives. Other measures asked for changes in the selection of judges, and local control of the St. Louis Police Department.
This is where you can find election results for local and legislative races.
In the final survey of Red Arch and Blue Arch insiders before election day, Democrats said they are disappointed President Obama largely conceded Missouri to Mitt Romney.
With 90 percent of precincts reporting, Proposition S looked poised to pass Tuesday night with 56 percent of the vote.
No matter where you live in Missouri, you'll be able to decide on these four ballot questions on Tuesday's ballot.
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