Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life

2006 Primary Candidates

 

Candidates for the Primary Election 
August 8, 2006

This is a list of women candidates who have filed for federal and statewide office and seats for the Missouri General Assembly. Information for this table is taken from the unofficial candidate filing list on the Secretary of State's website.

All candidates and parties are listed in ballot order. Incumbents are listed in bold.

Last updated: 06/19/2006 
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Name
Home Town
Office
Party
Federal and Statewide
Joyce Lea Kansas City US Senate
R
Roxie Fausnaught Granby US Senate
R
Claire McCaskill St. Louis US Senate
D
Sandra Thomas Kansas City Auditor
R
Susan Montee St. Joseph Auditor
D
Tamara Millay St. Louis US Rep-2
L
Sara Jo Shettles Liberty US Rep-6
D
JoAnn Emerson Cape Girardeau US Rep-8
R
Veronica Hambacker Salem US Rep-8
D
Currently: 1/9 members of U.S. House of Representatives = 11% R=1 National average is 14.9%*
3/6 Statewide offices = 50% D=2/R=1 National average of women in stat wide offices = 25.1%*
State Senate
Yaphett El-Amin St. Louis MO Sen-4
D
Amber Boykins St. Louis MO Sen-4
D
Ingrid Burnett Kansas City MO Sen-10
D
Jolie Justus Kansas City MO Sen-10
D
Rita Heard Days St. Louis MO Sen-14
D
Susie Snyders Rolla MO Sen-16
R
Barbie Kreider-Adams Brookline Station MO Sen-20
D
Joan Bray St. Louis MO Sen-24
D
Norma Champion Springfield MO Sen-30
R
Currently: 6/34 State Senators = 17.6% D=4 / R=2
National average of women in the State Senate = 20.75%*
State Representative
Nancy Summers Unionville MO Rep-2
R
Rebecca McClanahan Kirksville MO Rep-2
D
Rachel Bringer Palmyra MO Rep-6
D
Rene Mulkey Cameron MO Rep-7
D
Kathy Chinn Clarence MO Rep-8
R
Kathyrne Harper Fayette MO Rep-9
R
Stephanie Bell Dardenne Prairie MO Rep-13
R
Denise R. Hackman Wentzville MO-Rep-13
R
Sally Faith St. Charles MO Rep-15
R
Vicki Schneider O'Fallon MO Rep-17
R
Cynthia Davis O'Fallon MO Rep-19
R
Danie Moore Fulton MO Rep-20
R
Therese Sander Moberly MO Rep-22
R
Judy Baker Columbia MO Rep-25
D
Carol Gatlin Kansas City MO Rep-37
D
Beth Low Kansas City MO Rep-39
D
Shalonn Curls Kansas City MO Rep-41
D
Jenee Lowe Kansas City MO Rep-44
D
Kate Meiners Kansas City MO Rep-46
D
Terry Young Kansas City MO Rep-49
D
Bonnaye Mims Kansas City MO Rep-50
D
Virginia Matthews Independence MO Rep-52
R
Karla May St. Louis MO Rep-57
D
Jeanette Mott Oxford St. Louis MO Rep-59
D
Jamilah Nasheed St. Louis MO Rep-60
D
Sharon Tyus St. Louis MO Rep-60
D
Connie Johnson St. Louis MO Rep-61
D
Robin Wright-Jones St. Louis MO Rep-63
D
Rachel Storch St. Louis MO Rep-64
D
Gina Walsh St. Louis MO Rep-69
D
Esther Hill Haywood St. Louis MO Rep-71
D
Maria Chappelle-Nadal St. Louis MO Rep-72
D
Sandi Colquitt University City MO Rep-72
D
Suzanne O'Sullivan St. Louis MO Rep-73
R
Margaret Donnelly St. Louis MO Rep-73
D
Ingrid Owens St. Louis MO Rep-74
D
Juanita Head Walton Florissant MO Rep-81
D
Jane Cunningham Chesterfield MO Rep-86
R
Martha Ott Chesterfield MO Rep-86
D
Cynthia Kramer St. Louis MO Rep-87
D
Kathlyn Fares Webster Groves MO Rep-91
R
Beverly White Ballwin MO Rep-92
D
Genevieve Frank Fenton MO Rep-93
D
Jane Bogetto St. Louis MO Rep-94
D
Judi Parker St. Louis MO Rep-95
D
Pat Yaeger St. Louis MO Rep-96
D
Sue Schoemehl St. Louis MO Rep-100
D
Flo Penrod Imperial MO Rep-101
R
Belinda Harris Hillsboro MO Rep-110
D
Kristi Kenney Clinton MO Rep-120
D
Kathy J. Hudson Mayview MO Rep-122
D
Marilyn Ruestman Joplin MO Rep-131
R
Nancy Hagan Springfield MO Rep-135
D
Sara Lampe Springfield MO Rep-138
D
Karen Roark Springfield MO Rep-139
R
Tonya Cunningham Springfield MO Rep-140
D
Cathy Hilliard Powersite MO Rep-143
D
Nancy Lou Norman Wappapello MO Rep-154
D
Ellen Brandom Sikeston MO Rep-160
R
Currently: 36/163 State Representatives = 22% D=26/ R=10
National average of women in the House = 23.6%*
Current total of women in the General Assembly, 42/197 = 21.3%
National average of women in the General Assembly = 22.8%*
* National averages provided by Center for American Women and Politics, Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University