2020 Election Updates

Join the Northeast News as we track election results as they become available for Kansas City and Jackson, Cass, Clay and Platte counties. All results are unofficial.

Results were last updated at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4.

PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT: The race for U.S. President and Vice President has been called in Missouri. Incumbent Donald Trump (R) won over 57% of the vote, and Joe Biden (D) walked away with just over 40%. Missouri has 10 electoral votes.

GOVERNOR: The race for Missouri Governor ended with Incumbent Mike Parson (R) winning with 1,713,152 votes versus State Auditor Nicole Galloway (D) with 1,216,192.

Kansas City: 100% precincts reporting

  • Mike Parson (R) – 28,212
  • Nicole Galloway – 103,439

Jackson: 100% precincts reporting

  • Mike Parson (R) – 100,077
  • Nicole Galloway (D) – 89,141

Cass: 100% precincts reporting

  • Mike Parson (R) – 35,936 (65.48%)
  • Nicole Galloway (D) – 17,589 (32.05%)

Clay: 96% precincts reporting

  • Mike Parson (R) – 62,802
  • Nicole Galloway (R) – 56,573

Platte: 100% precincts reporting

  • Mike Parson (R) – 29,993 (51.35%)
  • Nicole Galloway (D) – 27,175 (46.53%)

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: Republican Mike Kehoe beat former Kansas City councilwoman Alissia Canady 1,724,050 to 1,141,225.

Kansas City: 100% precincts reporting

  • Mike Kehoe (R) – 27,162
  • Alissia Canady – 102,319

Jackson: 100% precincts reporting

  • Mike Kehoe (R) – 98,532
  • Alissia Canady (D) – 85,750

Cass: 100% precincts reporting

  • Mike Kehoe (R) – 35,613 (65.94%)
  • Alissia Canady (D) – 16,665 (30.86%)

Clay: 96% precincts reporting

  • Mike Kehoe (R) – 62,701
  • Alissia Canady (D) – 53,400

Platte: 100% precincts reporting

  • Mike Kehoe (R) – 30,235 (52.34%)
  • Alissia Canady (D) – 25,966 (44.95%)

STATE TREASURER: Republican Scott Fitzpatrick won with 59.2% of the vote versus Democrat Vicki Englund with 38%.

Kansas City: 100% precincts reporting

  • Scott Fitzpatrick (R) – 29,052
  • Vicki Lorenz Englund (D) – 99,116

Jackson: 100% precincts reporting

  • Scott Fitzpatrick (R) – 100,216
  • Vicki Lorenz Englund (D) – 82,768

Cass: 100% precincts reporting

  • Scott Fitzpatrick (R) – 35,845 (66.62%)
  • Vicki Lorenz Englund (D) – 16,286 (30.27%)

Clay: 96% precincts reporting

  • Scott Fitzpatrick (R) – 63,645
  • Vicki Lorenz Englund (D) – 51,520

Platte: 100% precincts reporting

  • Scott Fitzpatrick (R) – 30,959 (53.77%)
  • Vicki Lorenz Englund (D) – 24,951 (43. 34%)

JACKSON COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY: Incumbent Democrat Jean Peters Baker will retain her position with 59% of the vote.

Jackson County: 100% precincts reporting

  • Tracey Chappell (R) – 99,224
  • Jean Peters Baker (D) – 89,061

Kansas City: 100% precincts reporting

  • Tracey Chappell (R) – 32,028
  • Jean Peters Baker (D) – 100,392

ATTORNEY GENERAL: Republican Eric Schmitt won over Democrat Rich Finneran with 59.5% of the vote.

Kansas City: 100% precincts reporting

  • Eric Schmitt (R) – 29,085
  • Rich Finneran (D) – 99,508

Jackson: 100% precincts reporting

  • Eric Schmitt (R) – 101,373
  • Rich Finneran (D) – 81,171

Cass: 100% precincts reporting

  • Eric Schmitt (R) – 36,169 (67.25%)
  • Rich Finneran (D) – 15,763 (29.31%)

Clay: 96% precincts reporting

  • Eric Schmitt (R) – 64,547
  • Rich Finneran (D) – 50,758

Platte: 100% precincts reporting

  • Eric Schmitt (R) – 30,985 (54%)
  • Rich Finneran (D) – 24,779 (43.19%)

SECRETARY OF STATE: Republican Jay Ashcroft won with 60% of the vote versus Democrat Yinka Faleti.

Kansas City: 100% precincts reporting

  • John Ashcroft (R) – 29,996
  • Yinka Faleti (D) – 98,771

Jackson: 100% precincts reporting

  • John Ashcroft (R) – 104,912
  • Yinka Faleti (D) – 78,648

Cass: 100% precincts reporting

  • John Ashcroft (R) – 37,154 (68.67%)
  • Yinka Faleti (D) – 11,449 (27.82%)

Clay: 96% precincts reporting

  • John Ashcroft (R) – 66,847
  • Yinka Faleti (D) – 48,890

Platte: 100% precincts reporting

  • John Ashcroft (R) – 31,808 (54.96%)
  • Yinka Faleti (D) – 24,267 (41.93%)

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, MISSOURI – DISTRICT 5: Incumbent Democrat Emanuel Cleaver won with 58% of the vote over Republican Ryan Derks. This will be Cleaver’s 9th term.

Kansas City – 100% precincts reporting

  • Ryan Derks (R) – 26,537
  • Emanuel Cleaver (D) – 104,458

Jackson County – 100% precincts reporting

  • Ryan Derks (R) – 69,755
  • Emanuel Cleaver (D) – 69,379

MISSOURI STATE SENATE – DISTRICT 9: Democrat Barbara Anne Washington will hold onto her seat with 82% of the vote over Republican David Martin.

Kansas City – 100% precincts reporting

  • David Martin (R) – 6,758
  • Barbara Washington (D) – 42,911

Jackson County – 100% precincts reporting

  • David Martin (R) – 4,151
  • Barbara Washington (D) – 7,811

JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI QUESTION NO. 1 – imposing a $1 fee for E-911 fund: passed with 52%.

Kansas City – 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 69,978
  • NO – 61,565

Jackson County – 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 96,613
  • NO – 91,458

JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI QUESTION NO. 2 – remove Andrew Jackson statues – failed with 41%.

Kansas City – 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 79,516
  • NO – 52,749

Jackson County – 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 53,032
  • NO – 137,548

MISSOURI CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 1 – term limits: failed with 48% of the vote.

Kansas City: 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 54,530
  • NO – 76,005

Jackson: 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 87,719
  • NO – 98,681

Cass: 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 25,285
  • NO – 29,710

Clay: 96% precincts reporting

  • YES – 54,786
  • NO – 63,435

Platte: 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 27,591 (49.15%)
  • NO – 28,549 (50.85%)

MISSOURI CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 3 – repeal Clean Missouri: passed with 51% of the vote.

Kansas City: 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 48,405
  • NO – 83,317

Jackson: 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 92,053
  • NO – 95,991

Cass: 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 29,565
  • NO – 25,815

Clay: 96% precincts reporting

  • YES – 59,150
  • NO – 59,629

Platte: 100% precincts reporting

  • YES – 27,962 (49.25%)
  • NO – 28,816 (50.75%)
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