Mo. State Rep. Dist. 57
Republican Wanda Brown 9090 58%
Democrat Don Bullock 6612 42%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 62
Republican Tom Hurst 11080 66%
Democrat Greg Stratman 5639 34%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 129
Sandy Crawford 12031 77%
John Wilson 3653 23%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 130
Republican Jeff Messenger 13171 81%
Jake Wilburn 3005 19%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 132
Democrat Charlie Norr 5184 54%
Republican Melissa Leach 4410 46%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 133
Republican Eric Burlison 11869 70%
Democrat Nicholas Landendorf 4967
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 135
Republican Lincoln Hough 8911 55%
Democrat Casey Clark 7295
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 137
Republican Lyndall Fraker 14302 83%
Bill Boone 2890 17%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 139
Republican Kevin Elmer 12371 71%
Democrat Bob Rubino 5018 29%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 143
Republican Jeffrey Pogue 9578 64%
Democrat Shan Van Steenis 5298 36%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 154
Republican Shawn Rhoads 9946 69%
Democrat R. A. Pendergrass 4570 31%
Mo. State Rep. Dist. 158
Republican Scott Fitzpatrick 10568 80%
Sue Beck 2700 20%
While most of the state House wins in the Ozarks were by Republicans, KOZL's Aaron Nolan talked with one of the Democrats heading to the state capital.
It was a night of excitement as 100's packed out the Howard Johnson Convention Center for the Democrat party of Greene County. Among the candidates watching results roll in, is Charlie Norr, who won the 132nd seat.
Nolan - "Charlie, victorious tonight...talk about taking a state representative seat.
"As you know, I was the state rep once before for four years, so its a great feeling to win again. I'm anxious to get to Jeff City to get started and helping the people of my district," said Norr. "We have a lot of needs down here, and we need a representative who will in fact represent the district."
Noaln - "You're representing people right through the city of Springfield. Talk about the first thing that needs to be done when you get to Jefferson City."
"Well there's a lot of things on my agenda. I'd like to talk about early voting, I would certainly like to talk about restoring tax credits to things like Isabell's House, the Pregnancy Care Center, Child Advocacy Center," Norr said. "As you know, we cut tax credits to all those people this year and it was tragic, it's really going to hurt them. We need to get those reinstated."
Noaln - "Finally Charlie, how are you going to sleep tonight? It's got to be a restful night for you.?
"I'm going to sleep like a rock," Norr said.