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Tri States Public Radio and NPR News will provide you with updated stories from all of our local and national elections between now and November. The NPR News element below will be updated constantly, and will sometimes provide live coverage and audio from important events leading up to the November elections. You can find all of our local coverage after the jump.Election 2012 News From NPR

Missouri Election Results - 4/8/2014

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A recap of the results for contested races in Lewis and Clark Counties in northeast Missouri.

Lewis County

E-911 - Northern District
Ed Sweet - 51.4%
David Simmons - 8.4%
Erin Allison - 40.2%

E-911 - Southern District
Rob Power - 41.9%
Randall Routt Sr. - 7.7%
Chris Heimer - 10.0%
Ernie Schroeder - 40.5%

Canton Special Road District
Jeff Job - 41.3%
Perry "Al" Whitlatch - 6.7%
Fred Howard - 52.0%

Shall the city of Canton, Mo. issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $1,750,000 for the purpose of providing flood protection improvements for the city, including improvements to the levee?
Yes - 78.3%
No - 21.7%

Clark County

Shall Clark County levy a tax of five cents per $100 assessed valuation for the purpose of providing services to persons 60 years of age or older?
Yes - 63.1%
No - 36.9%

Shall the Clark County Nursing Home District be authorized to increase the annual rate of property tax from $0.1156 to $0.2856 on $100 of assessed valuation?
Yes - 57.0%
No - 43.0%

Clark County Nursing Home District #4
Marla Wilson - 39.2%
Eileen Brotherton - 60.8%

Wayland Special Road District
Kenneth Bloyd - 10.7%
Ronald Gates - 16.5%
Jay Wilson - 34.7%
Bruce Sprugeon - 38.0%

Clark County Ambulance District #6
Ruth Brotherton - 44.8%
Vickie LeVeck - 55.2%

Wayland Alderman At-Large
Patricia Golliher - 25.9%
Gloria Williams - 10.7%
Michelle Roberts - 15.2%
Sherry Bunker - 48.2%

Jason Parrott is a former reporter at Tri States Public Radio.