Skip to comments.It's Final: Prop C (NO to the Mandate) in Missouri Yes 667,680 (71.1%), No 271,102 (28.9%)
Posted on 08/03/2010 10:24:23 PM PDT by Steelers6
Rest of the Missouri
Yes Votes 641,799 (73.1%) No Votes 235,730 (26.9%)
St. Louis City
Yes Votes 13,263 (41.1%) No Votes 18,989 (58.9%)
Yes Votes 12,618 (43.5%) No Votes 16,383 (56.5%)
Blunt v Carnahan for Senate race. Hartzler v Skelton for Rep.
Great job MO! I’m starting to feel like an American again.
As i was standing in line today it was wonderful listening to the rumblings of the poll workers; complaining slightly that they needed a coffee break, but smiling and with a look that said “this is a great day”. I heard one gentleman make a suggestion that maybe the voters thought this was a general election, to which the lady next to him could only reply with a joke about making it through the next six hours. It was a good day today in Missouri. This is change i can believe in.
Good for them.
Cut out the KC and STL votes, which tend to go liberal(dead people vote), and MO is a pretty conservative state.
Frick St. L and KC - they are not MO, IMO. They are urban, uh, nevermind...
Unfortunately, anybody wanting to be a conservative senator has to overcome the big city vote, probably ACORN, SEIU, etc. You know, the nice people who beat up the black TEA Party member in StL. McCas-kill got a lot of rural votes, but Carnahan may not, given the way the winds are blowing.
Rebellion is brewing!!
Is that legal?
So why did Carnahan vote AGAINST the will of her constituents?
This reminds me why I don’t live in the city, but the county (a separate entity).
The RATS intend on eliminating the electoral college. Watch out.
I wonder if any of the voters voted “yes” thinking a yes vote was a vote FOR Obamacare.
I think every Democrat up for election in Missouri is hiding under his bed right now.
William Lacy Clay, Jr.
and above all, Robin Carnahan.
Russ Carnahan even filmed a No on Prop C commercial. Whoops.
So now it is Missouri State Law. The people have spoken and risen up to tell our state legislature, “we do not want 0DumboCARE”. The people have done what our elected people would not. Just say no.
We have ‘cajones’ here. FUBO.
Hard to imagine 70% of the electorate agreeing that the sky is blue.
Maybe the old republic still has some fight left in her yet!
WHOO HOO!!! Go MO!!!
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