General Election
Cape Girardeau County, Missouri

November 3, 1998
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

STRAIGHT PARTY TICKETTOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
(Vote for One Party)
DEMOCRATIC PARTY2,25047.59%19399494111918133971315323711029244313265741047611385743891968504810509251436
REPUBLICAN PARTY2,43451.48%21221001239510265565618035416310846133289973951442118236229587723255293124251442
LIBERTARIAN PARTY370.78%0113004220021410004012230020000100001
U. S. TAXPAYERS PARTY40.08%0000000001000000000000000000000030000
REFORM PARTY30.06%0010000001000010000000000000000000000

UNITED STATES SENATORTOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
(Vote for ONE)
JEREMIAH W. (JAY) NIXON6,20331.93%62962982662642652389720741514772172318210919271196206282240337247164212461081421501262710625684586
CHRISTOPHER (KIT) BOND12,75865.68%11815266564458857651325729092216915028356623971123434804325557309003751889053039133623929412121690114132176
TAMARA A. MILLAY3081.59%2681411121692315101012152025212131010111720120471511334
CURT FRAZIER1110.57%1154375019521455430131332083732070111
JAMES F. NEWPORT450.23%0046002112210330003040221000213000200

STATE OF MISSOURITOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
FOR STATE AUDITOR
(Vote for ONE)
CLAIRE C. McCASKILL6,95036.68%691023232893013062851072284671518518735222510185762252463072563742781862328211916316714830144277856102
CHARLES A. CHUCK) PIERCE11,35859.94%1081396225985225184282302498391521232515002105811834433370503679825322153784693612992062451111628199111152
GERALD R. GEIER4422.33%16161613122412261917131526285851612181814174119812115521737
GEORGE D. WEBER1991.05%23121693133476458638355421076255549131415

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESSTOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
FOR U.S. CONGRESS
8th DISTRICT
(Vote for ONE)
ANTHONY J. (TONY) HECKEMEYER6,04631.04%68962832382732562399320440113761176290205898470193209271231312219170162521051451491253211828685189
JO ANN EMERSON12,90466.25%11315468966658559250926030393217716227358424775128464824315677229234031859353438833224128411320487115127178
JOHN HENDRICKS5292.72%38152317143313233616131724227114181425252221521511131014972845

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - 157th DISTRICTTOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER-
PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 17DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS22,757100.00%46152619462099175117641817723248885921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST11,01048.38%1882649969598858717963691292363112807515495406430154336117196184275
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
157th DISTRICT
(Vote for ONE)
DAVID SCHWAB8,644100.00%14818482174968869661530110262279964445937330034513124893143143211

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - 158th DISTRICTTOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 18
REGISTERED VOTERS21,038100.00%14452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617031589
BALLOTS CAST8,82841.96%5381398339238475923485174228125702666881991665
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
158th DISTRICT
(Vote for ONE)
MARY C. KASTEN6,728100.00%374110823718335672832511017069566520664833485

CIRCUIT COURTTOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGE
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT #32,
DIVISION III
(Vote for ONE)
GARY A. KAMP11,797100.00%11515564058652953146325226283817214026352323173126404333725066778393581778249538429622526610817174116107172
FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGE
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT #32,
DIVISION IV
(Vote for ONE)
PETER L. STATLER9,296100.00%85136478470491465412134276611186105242434263108110802963103773755063121893738720622422518954182438798113

COUNTY OF CAPE GIRARDEAUTOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
FOR PRESIDING COMMISIONER
(Vote for ONE)
GERALD W. JONES13,694100.00%12616674370464466557726629097619816130862526079141465094425877579333962028558641534027231112122490122134193
FOR CLERK
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
(Vote for ONE)
CHARLES P. HUTSON12,115100.00%12319364860560157850618934183422413828956031412714197406404533556705400230534973012912712386622256115111152
FOR COUNTY
COMMISION CLERK
(Vote for ONE)
RODNEY MILLER13,80783.68%14019674266866864755923435994621913832663630413414893487481629668862448267755743563363033049325072129133183
GREG TLAPEK2,69216.32%2333116127889012856972076451661471111838189286991371419147101096272545324419312135
FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS
(Vote for ONE)
JANET FENIMORE ROBERT13,748100.00%14118869765861661056623537997424416133466034914016195478469622679848454255625633453253013048923664134130182
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
(Vote for ONE)
H. MORLEY SWINGLE15,021100.00%14617977474067568659229034710922331853507143061021616657451265880310344752309461944037829932912723296136144203
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR
(Vote for ONE)
H. WELDON MACKE14,749100.00%14017978373565967756829234410692201773406903001011546055549764178810214522289560945236928833412823393136141201
FOR COLLECTOR OF REVENUE
(Vote for ONE)
JUDY BEUSSINK8,27042.97%8413346541043242937212823250516290204365248104111802632553193084212911912236717018721417042175408579117
DIANE DIEBOLD10,97657.03%1011235175134384283922292788591591402615262206411239417396526660817344158874183352981862531081527510197149

STATE OF MISSOURITOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
JUDICIAL BALLOT

Submitting to the voters whether the Judges named below, whose terms expire December 31, 1998, shall be retained in office for new terms.

VOTE ON EACH JUDGE

MISSOURI COURT OF APPEALS
JUDGES, EASTERN DISTRICT

Shall Judge JAMES R. DOWD of the Eastern District Court of Appeals be retained in office?

YES10,38369.22%9412249748844045642219928578917714027352525885113434123824735827213441415838225825916522169137538596139
NO4,61630.78%48732742272152021948511029769439217111634463713712318420523913012328240147119141109549831654268
Shall Judge MARY KATHRYN HOFF of the Eastern District Court of Appeals be retained in office? YES10,30769.54%9111848348343245042518928179818714527151426089115524093804565787033341405737825325817822366147538796128
NO4,51430.46%50742732212122021869010628057409416611128432913812419020424512912028234149112131101539132604071
Shall Judge GARY M. GAERTNER of the Eastern District Court of Appeals be retained in office? YES10,12568.63%9211848947341845641918927576717513526750625581113484003724565776873251375738025725017022265143498290130
NO4,62731.37%47742732252221991938810929866479517311836463014012618821024812812230236146119135101539632634669

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTSTOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 1
Proposed by the 89th General Assembly
(First Regular Session) HJR 16

   Changes the deadline for submitting initiative petitions from four months prior to the election to six months prior to the election. The proposal would have no direct fiscal impact.

YES10,10457.92%10611146849142945841319326174418914026251223889108524193564595717133291365741123824716419958145439483118
NO7,34142.08%55115418339338292285130193520108741723081955189372172353123554282201614232322619418618070137568280118
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 2
Proposed by the 89th General Assembly
(First Regular Session) HJR 9, Part A

   School board may set operating levy no higher than $2.75 without a vote. Voter approval by simple majority required to set levy up to $6.00. Voter approval by two-thirds required to set levy above $6.00.

YES10,42858.14%87123476522470481449196259811207147248496232911075139135942957872032617155446246266189212561774810380123
NO7,50741.86%8011543232832829426714721348798711943402016092462582503633604382481444530421918718318082124587578118
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 5
Proposed by the 89th General Assembly
(First Regular Session) HJR 18

   Sate treasurer to prepare a written investment policy for investment of state funds and authorizes additional categories of permitted investments to include banker's acceptances and commercial paper. The amendment is intended to increase earnings in investments of the state.

YES13,34477.43%117143632626586585520259343108825416834463633310014966526478613773938402188625153183442332837919763116113154
NO3,88922.57%45892331891731591656611217243409315692424329104109156132180144111341941269412097518635544774
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 6
Proposed by the 89th General Assembly
(First Regular Session) HJR 11

   Allows financing of municipal or joint sewer improvement project by issuance of revenue bonds. Local government costs, if any, to implement this proposal are at the option of political subdivisions. No state costs are anticipated.

YES12,05969.85%112122541601555542499205305963239164317585280851275249442855772687335916250481289299198239611686088101132
NO5,20530.15%501033172162011871901131563115848116228140586543145159216176260186133502431541401471356711839835698
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 7
Proposed by the 89th General Assembly
(Second Regular Session) SJR 24

   Authorizes the State to issue bonds to fund distributions by the Missouri Clean Water Commission of water and sewer grants or loans to counties, municipalities, sewer and water districts for design, construction or imp[ovements to public sewage collection and treatment facilities, drinking water systems and stormwater control projects.
   Assuming the general assembly authorizes the issuance of these bonds, the fiscal impact of this constitutional amendment to the state is approximately $17,300,000 annually in bond principal and interest payments and other costs over a 35 year period. Local governments which choose to participate will incur some of these costs.

YES10,33060.34%9810544749344843742917925685322814529249126582111464263794576187453301503440624526216420449135427592112
NO6,78939.66%6612541331628929124913220040170611343171555781482022063052743702121496531219516918417578148589367122
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 8
Proposed by the 89th General Assembly
(Second Regular Session) HJR 39

   Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to permit organiztions recognized as charitable or religious under federal law to sponsor raffles and sweepstakes and also permit the general assembly to provide standards and conditions to regulate or guarantee the awarding of prizes provided for in such raffles or sweepstakes?
   The estimated fiscal impact of this proposed measure on state and local government is $0.

YES10,68859.66%11810545746544044543221030487521413428453627088112604184094816067543421486640625126420323963138509478129
NO7,22640.34%51133430374346321283118171433100841563151645985412412043073364262321593434520719016315372157528585114
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 9
Proposed by Initiative Petition

   Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to authorize the general assembly to permit upon the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers only, including artificial spaces containing water that are within 1000 feet of the closest edge of the main channel of either of those rivers, lotteries, gift enterprises and games of chance to be conducted on excursion gambling boats and floating facilities and to provide that any license issued before or after the adoption of this amendment for any such boat or facility located in any such artificail space shall be deemed authorized by the general assembly and compliant with this section?
   The fiscal impact to state and local governments of adopting this constitutional amendment is the continuation of revenues ranging from approximately $95,000,000 to $170,000,000 annually, htat are currently received from gambling boats and floating facilities that most likely could not continue to be licensed under the present constitution.

YES7,55540.47%707635536334231934816822355514791190368216706647283253321399538247115442951591821671603512039565276
NO11,11159.53%10416857452649548640318228379017313226049923784142543933765185656843532085847232829722124910619469126122180

STATUTORY MEASURETOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
BROWN OWLBURFORDVILLEBYRD IBYRD IIBYRD IIIBYRD IVBYRD 5 & 6CAMPSTER
-PECAN GROVE
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18DELTAFRIEDHEIMFRUITLANDGORDONVILLEHANOVERMILLERSVILLENELL HOLCOMBNEW WELLSOAK RIDGEOLD APPLETONORIOLE/ NEELY'S LANDINGPOCAHONTASWHITEWATER
REGISTERED VOTERS43,795100.00%4615261946209917511764181772314452539179191610372229173176765957712831226154617032488158985921816579361213778983258652197477361593
BALLOTS CAST19,83845.30%18826499695988587179636953813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665363112807515495406430154336117196184275
PROPOSITION A
Proposed by Initiative Petition

   Shall a statute be enacted making it a class D felony to bait or fight animals; permit such activities on premised you control; or promote, conduct, stage, advertise or collect fees for such activities; and making it a class A misdemeanor to knowingly attend baiting or fighting of animals knowingly sell, offer for sale, or transport animals for such purposes; own, possess, manufacture or deal in cockfighting implements; bear wrestle; permit bear wrestling on premises you control; promote conduct, stage, advertise, or collect fees for bear wrestling; or market, possess, train, or surgically alter a bear for bear wrestling?
   The estimated fiscal impact of this proposed measure on state and local government is $0.

YES10,14654.33%85854114584594703731742998412131363005212549612661443382493626738361135413591752681322054811637776880
NO8,52845.67%9016154643736633437117720148310791160357203628447233255332335463235197624143082102572049419467105105181

CITY OF CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURITOTALPERCENTAGE OF VOTEPRECINCT BREAKDOWN
CAPE PRECINCT 1CAPE PRECINCT 2CAPE PRECINCT 4CAPE PRECINCT 5CAPE PRECINCT 6CAPE PRECINCT 7CAPE PRECINCT 8CAPE PRECINCT 9CAPE PRECINCT 11CAPE PRECINCT 12CAPE PRECINCT 13CAPE PRECINCT 14CAPE PRECINCT 15CAPE PRECINCT 16CAPE PRECINCT 17CAPE PRECINCT 18
REGISTERED VOTERS23,526100.00%144525391791916103722291731767659577128312261546170324881589
BALLOTS CAST10,12043.02%53813983392384759234851742281257026668819911292665
SPECIAL BOND ELECTION
QUESTION

Shall the City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $8,900,000 for the purpose of paying a portion of the costs of acquiring, constructing, furnishing and equipping a performing arts center, museum and associated cultural facilities for the City of Cape Girardeau and Southeast Missouri State University to be located at the University's River Campus?

The authorization of the bonds will authorize the levy and collection of an annual tax in addition to the other taxes provided for by law on all taxable tangible property in the City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri sufficient to pay the interest and principal of said bonds as they fall due and to retire the same within twenty years from the date therof.

YES4,92053.15%221728217120239443269718940356324360545663235
NO4,33746.85%25758995981963991708510556302295447396522325
QUESTION

Shall the license tax on hotels and motels set out in Section 15-397 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, be increased from three (3) percent to four (4) percent of gross receipts derived from the transient guests for sleeping accommodations, and shall the license tax on hotels, motels and restaurants set out in that section be extended to expire on December 31, 2030, for the purpose of paying a portion of the costs of acquiring, constructing, furnishing and equipping a performing arts center, museum and associated cultural facilities for the City of Cape Girardeau and Southeast Missouri State University to be located at the University's River Campus?

YES4,90953.22%227722210121246416267708039357320370552666246
NO4,31546.78%25359497941844221778911455299295430385507320


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