August 5, 2014 Democratic Primary Ballot

PRIMARY ELECTION CITY OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 
AUGUST 5, 2014 
ALL RACES DEMOCRATIC PARTY CANDIDATES 


TO VOTE, COMPLETELY DARKEN THE OVAL TO THE LEFT OF YOUR CHOICE, LIKE THIS: 



FOR U.S. REP. DISTRICT 1 (VOTE FOR ONE)

LACY CLAY
 

FOR STATE SEN. DISTRICT 4 (VOTE FOR ONE) 

JOSEPH [JOE] KEAVENY 
BONNIE LYNN GREEN 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 66 (VOTE FOR ONE)

TOMMIE PIERSON 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 76 (VOTE FOR ONE) 

CHRIS CARTER 
JOSHUA PETERS 


FOR STATE REP.DISTRICT 77 (VOTE FOR ONE) 

BILL HAAS 
KIMBERLY M. GARDNER 
 

FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 78 (VOTE FOR ONE)

PENNY V. HUBBARD 
NATALIE A. VOWELL 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 79 (VOTE FOR ONE) 

MICHAEL BUTLER 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 80 (VOTE FOR ONE) 

MIKE COLONA 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 81 (VOTE FOR ONE)
 
JACOB W. HUMMEL 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 82 (VOTE FOR ONE)  

MICHELE KRATKY 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 83 (VOTE FOR ONE) 

GINA MITTEN 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 84 (VOTE FOR ONE)

KARLA MAY 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 91 (VOTE FOR ONE) 

JEANNE KIRKTON 


FOR STATE REP. DISTRICT 93 (VOTE FOR ONE)
 
BOB BURNS 



FOR COLLECTOR OF REVENUE (VOTE FOR ONE) 

GREGORY F.X. DALY 



FOR LICENSE COLLECTOR (VOTE FOR ONE) 
 
MAVIS [TESSA] THOMPSON 
JEFFREY L. BOYD 


FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS (VOTE FOR ONE)

JIMMIE MATTHEWS 
SHARON QUIGLEY CARPENTER 
EDWARD MCFOWLAND 
 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND. NO. 1 
OFFICIAL BALLOT - SPECIAL ELECTION 
Proposed by the 97th General Assembly 
(First Regular Session) 
CCS No. 2 SS HCS HJR Nos. 11 & 7 
Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to 
ensure that the right of Missouri citizens to engage 
in agricultural production and ranching practices 
shall not be infringed? 
The potential costs or savings to governmental 
entities are unknown, but likely limited unless the 
resolution leads to increased litigation costs and/or 
the loss of federal funding. 

YES - FOR THE AMENDMENT 
NO - AGAINST THE AMENDMENT 

 
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND. NO. 8 
OFFICIAL BALLOT - SPECIAL ELECTION 
Proposed by the 97th General Assembly 
(Second Regular Session) 
HJR No. 48 
Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to 
create a "Veterans Lottery Ticket" and to use 
the revenue from the sale of these tickets for 
projects and services related to veterans? 
The annual costs or savings to state and local 
governmental entities is unknown, but likely 
minimal. If sales of a veterans lottery ticket game 
decrease existing lottery ticket sales, the profits 
of which fund education, there could be a small 
annual shift in funding from education to veterans' 
programs.


YES - FOR THE AMENDMENT 
NO - AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

 
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND. NO. 9 
OFFICIAL BALLOT - SPECIAL ELECTION 
Proposed by the 97th General Assembly 
(Second Regular Session) 
SCS SJR No. 27 
Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended so 
that the people shall be secure in their electronic 
communications and data from unreasonable 
searches and seizures as they are now likewise 
secure in their persons, homes, papers and effects? 
State and local governmental entities expect no 
significant costs or savings. 

YES - FOR THE AMENDMENT 
NO - AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

 
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND. NO. 5 
OFFICIAL BALLOT - SPECIAL ELECTION 
Proposed by the 97th General Assembly 
(Second Regular Session) 
SCS SJR No. 36 
Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to 
include a declaration that the right to keep and 
bear arms is an unalienable right and that the 
state government is obligated to uphold that right? 
State and local governmental entities should 
have no direct costs or savings from this proposal. 
However, the proposal's passage will likely lead 
to increased litigation and criminal justice related 
costs. The total potential costs are unknown, but 
could be significant.

YES - FOR THE AMENDMENT 
NO - AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND. NO. 7. 
OFFICIAL BALLOT - SPECIAL ELECTION 
Proposed by the 97th General Assembly 
(Second Regular Session) 
SS HJR No. 68 
Should the Missouri Constitution be changed to 
enact a temporary sales tax of three-quarters of 
one percent to be used solely to fund state and 
local highways, roads, bridges and transportation 
projects for ten years, with priority given to 
repairing unsafe roads and bridges? 
This change is expected to produce $480 million 
annually to the state's Transportation Safety and 
Job Creation Fund and $54 million for local 
governments. Increases in the gas tax will be 
prohibited. This revenue shall only be used for 
transportation purposes and cannot be diverted 
for other uses. 

YES - FOR THE AMENDMENT 
NO - AGAINST THE AMENDMENT 

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