Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft expects results to be certified in early December.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft shared the unofficial results of the special elections for State Legislative Districts 22, 36, 74, 78, 99 and 158 on Wednesday.
Results will remain unofficial until certified by the board of canvassers.
State Representative, District 22
Yolanda Young, Democratic
•2,357 votes, 81.61 percent
Tammy Louise Herrera, Republican
•325 votes, 11.25 percent
Jeff Francis, Green
•206 votes, 7.13 percent
State Representative, District 36
Mark A. Sharp, Democratic
•3,018 votes, 72.93 percent
Roberta (Bob) Voorhees, Green
•409 votes, 9.88 percent
•711 write-ins,17.18 percent
State Representative, District 74
Mike Person, Democratic
•812 votes, 57.34 percent
Nicholas (Nick) Kasoff, Libertarian
•604 votes, 42.65 percent
State Representative, District 78
Rasheen Aldridge, Democratic
•908 votes, 91.25 percent
•87 votes, 8.74 percent
State Representative, District 99
Lee Ann Pitman , Republican
•2,855 votes, 45.96 percent
Trish Gunby, Democratic
•3,357 votes, 54.04 percent
State Representative, District 158
Scott Cupps, Republican
•1,841 votes, 82.63 percent
Lisa Kalp, Democratic
• 387 votes, 17.37 percent
Ashcroft said he expects the state board of canvassers to certify the Nov. 5 special election results in early December, pursuant to Section 115.511, RSMo.
Local election authorities will accept military and overseas ballots by mail until Nov. 8, as provided in Section 115.920, RSMo. Any such ballots received by Nov. 8 will be counted and added to the official results reported by the local election authority to the secretary of state.