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Missouri election live updates

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1:34 a.m. With 99% of polls in, Amendment 3, which would repeal a previous referendum regarding the state redistricting process, is set to pass with 51% of the vote.

12:11 a.m. With 98% of polls in, Missourians voted “No” on Amendment 1 by 53% of the vote. The amendment would apply a limit of two terms to the positions of governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state auditor, attorney general and state treasurer.

12:00 a.m. According to NPR, all eight House seats for Missouri have been called. In District 5, which includes Jackson County and UMKC, incumbent Emmanuel Cleaver II (D) won with 59% of votes. Cori Bush (D) took the District 1 seat with 79%. Ann Wagner (R) has won District 2 with 52%. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R) took District 3 with 71%. Vicky Hartzler (R) secured the District 4 seat with 67%. Sam Graves (R) won District 6 with 67%. Billy Long (R) won District 7 with 69%. Jason Smith (R) won District 8 with 77%.

11:30 p.m. Republican Mike Parson wins election for governor in Missouri, according to The Associated Press.

9:37 p.m. NPR has called Missouri for Trump.

9:25 p.m. Trump wins in Gentry County with 89% of the vote. Parson wins with 79% of the vote.

9:23 p.m. Trump beats Biden in Carroll County 82% to 17%. Parson wins by the same margin.

9:22 p.m. Trump beats Biden in Cheriton County 76% to 22%. Parson beats Galloway by the same margin.

9:20 p.m. Trump wins in Linn County with 76% of the vote. Parson wins with 75% of the vote.

9:19 p.m. Trump defeats Biden in Putnam County 84% to 15%. Parson defeats Galloway 85% to 14%.

9:17 p.m. Trump beats Biden in Benton County with 77% of the vote. Parson wins with the same percentage of the vote.

9:16 p.m. Trump beats Biden in Livingston County 78% to 21%. Parson also wins with 78% of the vote.

9:15 p.m. Trump wins in Grundy County with 81% of the vote. Parson wins with 80% of the vote.

9:13 p.m. Trump defeats Biden in Henry County 74% to 24%. Parson defeats Galloway by the same margin.

9:12 p.m. Trumps beats Biden in Worth County 79% to 19%. Parson wins by the same margin.

9:11 p.m. Trumps wins in Mercer County with 87% of the vote. Parson wins with the same percentage of the vote.

9:10 p.m. Trump wins Lafayette County with 72% of the vote. Parson wins with the same percentage of the vote.

9:08 p.m. Trump defeats Biden in Ray County 72% to 27%. Parson wins 69% to 28%.

9:07 p.m. Trump wins in Caldwell County with 80% of the vote. Parson wins with 77% of the vote.

9:05 p.m. Trump beats Biden in Andrew County 74% to 24%. Parson wins by the same margin.

9:03 p.m. Trump wins Barton County with 85% of the vote. Parson also wins with 85% of the vote.

9:03 p.m. Trump defeats Biden in Vernon County with 78% of the vote. Parson wins with 77% of the vote.

9:01 p.m. Trump beats Biden in Cass County 66% to 32%.

8:59 p.m. Trump wins Bates County with 78% of the vote. Parson wins with 77%.

8:57 p.m. Trump wins Clinton County with 72% of the vote. Parson wins with 69%.

8:56 p.m. Trump defeats Biden in Holt County 84% to 14%. Parson defeats Galloway 83% to 13%.

8:56 p.m. Trump wins Montgomery County with 77% of the vote. Parson also wins with 77% of the vote.

8:54 p.m. Trump beats Biden 81% to 18% in Shelby County. Parson beats Galloway 81% to 17%.

8:53 p.m. Trump wins in Schuyler County with 80% of the vote. Parson also wins with 80%.

8:52 p.m. Trump defeats Biden in Knox County with 80% of the vote. Parson beats Galloway 83% to 16%.

8:52 p.m. Trump wins DeKalb County with 79% of the vote. Parson wins with 78%.

8:51 p.m. Trump beats Biden in Harrison County with 84% of the vote. Parson wins with 83% of the vote.

8:38 p.m. Trump defeats Biden in Scotland County 79% to 20%. Parson defeats Galloway 81% to 17%.

8:36 p.m. Trump wins Hickory County with 78% of the vote. Parson wins with 80% of the vote.

8:30 p.m. Trump wins Bollinger County with 86% of the vote. Parson wins with 85% of the vote.

8:30 p.m. Trump wins Dent County with 84% of the vote. Gov. Mike Parson beats Democratic candidate Nicole Galloway 81% to 16%.

8:25 p.m. Trump wins Pettis County with 74% of the vote.

8:20 p.m. With 94% of votes counted in Pettis County, Trump leads Biden 73% to 24%.

8:20 p.m. With 100% of votes counted in Moniteua County, Trump beats Biden 80% to 18%. Parson beats Galloway 81% to 17%.

8:20 p.m. With 100% of votes counted in Atchison County, Trump beats Biden 78% to 20%. Parson beats Galloway 78% to 19%.

8:11 p.m. With 100% of votes counted in Dade County, Trump beats Biden 83% to 16%. Parson beats Galloway 82% to 16%.

8:05 p.m. With 52% of votes counted in Pettis County, Trump leads Biden 72% to 26%.

8:00 p.m. With 40% of votes counted in St. Louis County, Biden leads Trump 72% to 27%. Nicole Galloway leads Mike Parson 69% to 30%.

7:42 p.m. With less than 1% of votes counted in Jackson County, Biden leads Trump 61% to 38%.

7:32 p.m. With 37% of votes counted for the 5th Congressional District, Democratic incumbent Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II leads Republican candidate Ryan Derks 61% to 37%.

7:22 p.m. With less than 1% of votes counted in Jackson County, Democratic candidate Nicole Galloway leads Republican incumbent Mike Parson 59% to 40%.

7:17 p.m. Nearly 75% of all registered voters in Wyandotte County cast a ballot, according to 41 Action News.

7:13 p.m. Polls officially closed in Missouri at 7 p.m., but under state law, anyone in line to vote before the polls close will be allowed to vote.

7:00 p.m. The Missouri National Guard has been spotted in downtown St. Louis, Robert Cohen of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

5:58 p.m. The FBI is investigating robocalls that are discouraging people from voting in multiple states, including Missouri. About 10 million robocalls have been confirmed in Nebraska, Iowa, Florida, Kansas and Michigan, in addition to Missouri, according to FOX4 News.

5:30 p.m. A replica noose on display in a Galena voting booth has been covered up, according to CBS News. The Missouri Democratic Party Acting Party Chair Clem Smith called for the noose to be taken down on Friday.

From the Missouri Democratic Party

4:50 p.m. As of 4 p.m., 72.5% of registered voters in St. Louis County have cast ballots, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

The Post-Dispatch reported that overall voter turnout in Missouri is expected to hit 75%, the largest since Bill Clinton defeated George H.W. Bush in the 1992 presidential race.

Editor’s Note: All polling results derived from reporting by NPR and The Associated Press.

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