ELECTION RESULTS: Nov. 3 General Election

Published: Nov. 3, 2020 at 7:01 PM CST|Updated: Nov. 4, 2020 at 5:59 AM CST
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A look at the results in key races, ordered by the latest projections as called by the Associated Press or local election authorities.


5:30 a.m.

Missouri voters approved Amendment 3 in one of the state’s closest results from the 2020 general election, per AP projections.

The amendment is designed to change the state’s redistricting process, repealing parts of the Clean Missouri Initiative approved just two years ago. This allowed a nonpartisan demographer to redraw legislative districts, rather than a governor-appointed bipartisan commission.


12:15 a.m.

Missourians vote against Amendment 1, turning down limits of two terms for four statewide officials.


Nov. 3, 11:40 p.m.

Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller says a recount is expected for Missouri’s 135th House District. He says the race is too close to call.

Republican incumbent Steve Helms, Democrat candidate Betsy Fogle and Green Party candidate Vicke Kepling are competing for the seat. Fogle for now holds a 34 vote lead. Schoeller says there are some federal ballots, provisional ballots and absentee ballots left to count.


11:05 p.m.

Voters in Greene County have elected candidates for two seats of the Greene County Commission.

Rusty Maclachlan wins election for the Greene County Commissioner of District 1, while John Russell wins re-election for the Greene County Commissioner of District 2.


10:45 p.m.

All five statewide offices up for election in Missouri have been called, per the Associated Press.

  • AP projects Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has won election.
  • AP projects Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has won re-election.
  • AP projects Missouri Lieutenant Gov. Mike Kehoe has won re-election.
  • AP projects Missouri Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick has won re-election.
  • AP projects Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft has won re-election.

All five won re-election bids as Republican candidates.


10:25 p.m.

Billy Long wins election for U.S. House in Missouri’s 7th congressional district, AP projects


9:50 p.m.

Mike Parson wins election in Missouri Governor’s race, AP projects

Gov. Parson defeats Democratic candidate and state auditor Nicole Galloway in a highly-contested race.

9:40 p.m.

The Associated Press projects Donald Trump as the winner of Missouri in the presidential race.


9:25 p.m.

Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller updates on ballots and elections in Greene County.

Schoeller says many voters took advantage of curbside options on Tuesday. He predicted 80% voter turnout among registered voters for Tuesday’s election.


7:40 p.m.

Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton wins reelection, AP projects.

The Associated Press also projected Donald Trump as the winner of Arkansas in the presidential race.

Follow this blog for updates on the presidential races, in addition to updates from Missouri and Arkansas election.


7:30 p.m.

Polls are now closed in Missouri and Arkansas. Results from the Nov. 3 general election could start arriving in upcoming hours.

Follow this blog for updates on the presidential races, in addition to updates from Missouri and Arkansas election.

What’s On the Ballot in Missouri:

* Presidential Race

* Governor’s Race

* Lieutenant Governor

* Secretary of State

* State Treasurer

* Attorney General

* U.S. House Races

* Constitutional Amendment 1: Term Limits Question

* Constitutional Amendment 3: Campaign Limits, Lobbyists Gifts & Redistricting

* Select State House and State Senate Races

What’s On the Ballot in Arkansas:

* Presidential Race

* U.S. Senate Seat

* Issue 1: Statewide Use Tax

* Issue 2: Term Limits

* Issue 8: Optometry Question

Additional Election Resources

* Election Day FAQ: On Your Side’s Ashley Reynolds answers frequently asked polling questions: click here.

* ELECTION LAWS: Missouri laws regarding Election Day ballot selfies and political attire: click here.

* MISSOURI VOTING HISTORY: A look back at Missouri’s voting history in past presidential elections: click here.

* Follow election results Tuesday by clicking here.

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