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2004 Missouri Presidential Primary Results
Presidential Primary Filing Deadline 11/18/03, Filing Deadline: 3/30/04, Primary: 8/3/04, Filing Deadline for Independents: 8/17/04,
Last Updated: August 4, 2004
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President, 50.4% in '00, 1st term, Polls
U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry (D) 50.6%,
U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D) 24.7%, ex-Gov. Howard Dean (D) 8.7%, ex-NATO commander General Wesley K. Clark (retired) (D) 4.4%, U.S. Sen. Joseph L. Lieberman (D) 3.5%, Al Sharpton (D) 3.4%, U.S. Rep. Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt (D) 2.0%, U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D) 1.2%, Uncommitted 1.0%, ex-U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley-Braun (D) 0.3%, Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (D) 0.2%, Fern Penna (D) 0.1%,
George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) 95.1%,
Uncommitted 3.1%, Bill "William Tsangares" Wyatt (R) 1.0%, Blake Ashby (R) 0.8%,
Gary Nolan (L) 45.2%,
Uncommitted 38.5%, '98 LA Senate nominee Jeffrey H. Diket (L) 8.5%, maintenance technician / '02 TX Railroad Comm'r candidate Nazirite R. Flores "Ruben" Perez (L) 7.9%,
Governor,
St. Auditor Claire C. McCaskill (D) 51.6%, Bob Holden (D) 45.3%, Cole Co. Auditor / '92 Treas. nominee Jim LePage (D) 2.0%, Jeffery A. Emrick (D) 1.1%, Sec. of St. Matt Blunt (R) 88.4%, Karen Lee Dee Skelton-Memhardt (R) 4.3%, '00 candidate Jennie Lee "Jen" Sievers (R) 3.1%, Jeff Killian (R) 1.7%, Roy W. Lang (R) 1.4%, '98 Libertarian Senate candidate / truck driver / racist / '00 Reform Party candidate / '02 Senate candidate Martin Lindstedt (R) 1.1%, '00 nominee John M. Swenson (L) 53.2%, Randall D. "Randy" Langkraehr (L) 46.8%,
Lt. Governor, Joe Maxwell (D) retiring after 1st term,
attorney / ex-Sec. of St. Rebecca McDowell "Bekki" Cook (D) 64.3%, St. Sen. Ken Jacob (D) 35.7%, St. Sen. Peter Kinder (R) 56.2%, ex-St. Rep. Pat Secrest (R) 43.8%, corporate recruiter Mike Ferguson (L),
Attorney General,
Jeremiah W. "Jay" Nixon (D), attorney Chris W. Byrd (R) 83.2%, attorney Dewey Crepeau (R) 16.8%, attorney David R. Browning (L),
Secretary of State, Matt Blunt (R) running for Governor,
attorney Robin Carnahan (D), St. Rep. Catherine L. Hanaway (R), businessman Christopher Davis (L),
Treasurer, Nancy Farmer (D) running for U.S. Senate
Arnold Mayor Mark Powell (D) 39.8%, St. Rep. Mark C. Abel (D) 30.9%, ex-St. Rep. Jason Klumb (D) 29.3%, St. Sen. Sarah Steelman (R) 39.0%, St. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R) 23.5%, businessman Tom Klein (R) 13.5%, St. Sen. Anita Yeckel (R) 8.5%, minister '02 Auditor nominee / convicted felon Al Hanson (R) 7.1%, investment banker William R. "Will" Pundmann (R) 4.7%, '00 candidate Chester "Chet" Boeke (R) 3.7%, consultant Lisa J. Emerson (L),
Senator,
St. Treas. Nancy Farmer (D) 73.7%, attorney Charles E. Berry (D) 19.4%, Ronald Bonar (D) 6.9%, Christopher "Kit" Bond (R) 88.1%, computer consultant Michael J. Steger (R) 11.9%, graphic designer Kevin Tull (L),
1st Congressional District,
William L. "Lacy" Clay Jr. (D), train conducctor Leslie L. Farr, II (R), Terry Chadwick (L),
2nd Congressional District,
ex-St. Rep. / '98 Reform Party St. Auditor nominee / '00 Reform Party Lt. Gov. nominee / '00 Reform party Presidential candidate George D. "Boots" Weber (D) 54.8%, '02 nominee John Hogan (D) 45.2%, W. Todd Akin (R), '02 nominee Darla R. Maloney (L),
3rd Congressional District, Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt (D) ran for President
St. Rep. Russ Carnahan (D) 22.9%, prof. Jeff Smith (D) 21.3%, St. Sen. Steve Stoll (D) 18.1%, ex-St. Rep. Joan Barry (D) 17.7%, Clerk Mariano V. Favazza (D) 9.0%, law school dean Mark Smith (D) 6.9%, ex-St. Rep. Jo Ann Karll (D) 2.5%, urban planning consultant Corey Mohn (D) 0.6%, '02 candidate / farmer Michael R. Bram (D) 0.4%, Mike Evans (D) withdrew but received 0.6%, '98 & '00 nominee / author / historian Willliam J. "Bill" Federer (R) 75.2%, ex-city councilmember Joan McGivney (R) 24.8%, Kevin C. Babcock (L),
4th Congressional District,
Ike Skelton (D), ex-St. Sen. / '94 & '00 & '02 nominee James Alfred "Jim" Noland Jr. (R) 52.4%, university official Steve Morrow (R) 24.8%, auto service manager Jeff Parnell (R) 22.9%, Bill Lower (L),
5th Congressional District, Karen McCarthy (D) retiring afer 5th term
ex-Kansas City Mayor Emmanuel Cleaver, II (D) 59.9%, foreign policy expert Jamie F. Metzl (D) 40.1%, ex-Councilman Dan Cofran (D) withdrew businesswoman Jeanne Patterson (R) 55.0%, Grandview Alderman Steve Dennis (R) 21.0%, light-rail activist Clay Chastain (R) 15.4%, '02 candidate Annalisa Zapien-Pina (R) 4.8%, farmer / '98 Senate candidate / '02 candidate Joyce P. Lea (R) 3.8%, realtor Rick Bailie (L),
6th Congressional District,
ex-Co. Comm'r. / ex-St. Rep. Charlie Broomfield (D) 62.0%, Jeff Bailey (D) 38.0%, Samuel B. "Sam" Graves, Jr. (R), teacher / '02 nominee Erik S. Buck (L),
7th Congressional District,
attorney / veteran Jim Newberry (D) 47.7%, pastor Jack Truman (D) 25.7%, '98 Libertarian candidate / '94 & '00 & '02 Libertarian nominee / printing technician Doug Andrew Burlison (D) 19.2%, '00 Reform Party nominee / '02 nominee contractor Ron Lapham (D) 7.4%, Roy Blunt (R), paralegal / '02 California Congressional nominee Kevin Craig (L),
8th Congressional District,
Dean Henderson (D) 57.0%, Jerry Cass (D) 43.0%, Jo Ann H. Emerson (R) 88.6%, coast guard retiree / '96 nominee / '00 Reform Party Gubernatorial nominee / '02 candidate Richard Allen Kline (R) 11.4%, Stan Cuff (L),
9th Congressional District,
consultant Linda Jacobsen (D), Kenny C. Hulshof (R), Tamara Millay (L),

1. Key to Missouri Political Parties:
(A1) = America First Party
(AR) = American Reform Party
(Com) = Communist Party
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(IA) = Independent American Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(Labor) = Labor Party
(M) = Marijuana Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(Pr) = Progressive Party
- Affilliated with the Green Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party / USA
(Rfm) = Reform Party of Missouri
(R) = Republican Party
(SIP) = Southern Independent Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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