At 10:08 p.m., Jackson County had 136 of its 136 precincts fully reporting, and at 11:42 p.m., Kansas City had 84 of 84 precincts reporting. All election results are unofficial and will be updated when official totals are available.

Primary elections were held in Kansas City, Missouri on Aug. 4, 2020.

Voters in Kansas City and Jackson County supported Missouri Constitutional Amendment No. 2 to expand Medicaid eligibility with an overwhelming 86% approval in Kansas City, and passed in a vote of 41,233 to 25,528 in Jackson County. Statewide, the amendment passed with 53% of the 1.2 million votes.

Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Care Act will extend health coverage to as many as 217,000 low-income people.

The Kansas City Election Board‘s unofficial results showed 57,466 of 216,249 registered voters cast in-person ballots on Election Day, a rate of 26.57%.

The primary race was held for candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives in District 5. Incumbent Emanuel Cleaver II (D) walked away with 85% of the Democrat vote against Maite Salazar district-wide. With 37% of the vote, Republican Ryan Derks beat out Clay Chastain, Weldon Woodward, Richonda Oaks, R.H. Hess and Jerry Barham to run against Cleaver and Libertarian Robin Dominick in November.

On the ticket for State Senate District 9, Republican David Martin ran unopposed, receiving 1,199 votes. Democrat Barbara Anne Washington, former Missouri House Representative from District 23, ran against Democrat Ryan Myers for State Senator from District 9, winning 2,333 votes to 863.

Incumbent Democrat John Rizzo ran unopposed for State Senate District 11, receiving 9,846 votes.

For the Missouri House of Representatives in District 19, Incumbent Ingrid Burnett (D) won with 890 votes against Phyllis Hardwick (D), who received 778, and Wick Thomas (D), who received 542. Since there is no Republican candidate for this office, she will remain the representative.

The Jackson County Election Board reported 67,964 of 228,274 registered voters turned out across the county’s 136 precincts, a rate of 29.8%.

In the primary race for Jackson County Prosecutor, Republican Tracey Chappell will face Incumbent Jean Peters Baker (D) in November.

Incumbent Sheriff Darryl Forté (D) beat out former Sheriff Mike Sharp (D) with 80% of the votes. There is no Republican candidate for the office, so the winner of the Democratic primary will be the next sheriff.

Governor Mike Parson (R), receiving 510,471 votes statewide, will face Democrat Nicole Galloway, with 453,331 votes, Rik Combs (L) and Jerome Howard Bauer (G) in November.

For the office of Lieutenant Governor, former Kansas City Councilwoman Alissia Canady (D) beat out Gregory Upchurch in the race for Democratic nominee with 74% of the vote. Mike Kehoe received 59% of the Republican vote. Bill Slantz won the Libertarian race uncontested, as did Kelley Dragoo for the Green Party.