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Nov. 4 Election: The candidates and issues

voteThe following candidates and issues (in ballot order) will be on the Nov. 4 General Election ballot. (* denotes incumbent)

U.S. Representative – 

Congressional District 2

Arthur Lieber (D)

Ann Wagner (R)*

Bill Slantz (L)

State Auditor

No candidate filed (D)

Tom Schweich (R)*

Sean O’Toole (L)

Rodney Farthing (C)

Missouri Senate – District 24

Jill Schupp (D)*

John R. Ashcroft (R)

Jim Higgins (L)

Missouri Senate – District 26

Lloyd Klinedinst (D)

Dave Schatz (R)

Missouri House – District 89

Al Gerber (D)

John J. Diehl Jr. (R)*

Missouri House – District 98

No candidate filed (D)

Shamed Dogan (R)

Missouri House – District 99

William (Bill) Pinkston (D)

Andrew Koenig (R)*

Missouri House – District 100

No candidate filed (D)

Sue Allen (R)*

Missouri House – District 101

Candace Farmer (D)

Don Gosen (R)*

Missouri House – District 109

Barbara (Bobbie) Bollmann (D)

Paul Curtman (R)*

Missouri House – District 110

No candidate filed (D)

Kirk Mathews (R)

St. Louis County Executive

Steve Stenger (D)

Rick Stream (R)

Theo (Ted) Brown Sr. (L)

Joe Passanise (C)

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney

Robert P. McCulloch (D)*

No candidate filed (R)

St. Louis County Assessor

Jake Zimmerman (D)*

Andrew Ostrowski (R)

St. Louis County Council – District 3

No candidate filed (D)

Colleen Wasinger (R)*

St. Louis County Council – District 7

Steven E. Briggs (D)

Mark Harder (R)

 

CONSTITUTIONAL 

AMENDMENT NO. 3

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to:

– require teachers to be evaluated by a standards based performance evaluation system for which each local school district must receive state approval to continue receiving state and local funding,

– require teachers to be dismissed, retained, demoted, promoted and paid primarily using quantifiable student performance data as part of the evaluation system,

– require teachers to enter into contracts of three years or fewer with public school districts, and

– prohibit teachers from organizing or collectively bargaining regarding the design and implementation of the teacher evaluation system?

Decisions by school districts regarding provisions allowed or required by this proposal and their implementation will influence the potential costs or savings impacting each district. Significant potential costs may be incurred by the state and/or the districts if new/additional evaluation instruments must be developed to satisfy the proposals performance evaluation requirements.

 

CONSTITUTIONAL 

AMENDMENT NO. 6

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to permit voting in person or by mail for a period of six business days prior to and including the Wednesday before the election day in general elections, but only if the legislature and the governor appropriate and disburse funds to pay for the increased costs of such voting?

State governmental entities estimated startup costs of about $2 million and costs to reimburse local election authorities of at least $100,000 per election. Local election authorities estimated higher reimbursable costs per election. Those costs will depend on the compensation, staffing, and, planning decisions of election authorities with the total costs being unknown.

 

CONSTITUTIONAL 

AMENDMENT NO. 10

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to require the governor to pay the public debt, to prohibit the governor from relying on revenue from legislation not yet passed when proposing a budget, and to provide a legislative check on the governor’s decisions to restrict funding for education and other state services?

State governmental entities expect no direct costs or savings. Local governmental entities expect an unknown fiscal impact.

 

PROPOSITION S – 

Parkway School District 

For the purposes of school safety and security, maintenance, repairs, improvements, renovations and additions, including but not limited to roof repairs, HVAC, plumbing, electricity, accessibility, middle school science labs, furnishing and equipping school sites, technology and fine arts, shall the Parkway School District Board of Education borrow money in the amount of Ninety-Four Million Dollars ($94,000,000) and issue general obligation bonds for the payment thereof resulting in an estimated increase to the debt service property tax levy of $0.15 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the school district is estimated to increase from $0.34 to $0.49 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.

 

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