Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life

2006 General Election Results

 

Results for General Election November 7, 2006

This is a list of women candidates for federal and statewide office and seats for the Missouri General Assembly with the outcome of each race. Information for this table is taken from the unofficial election results list on the Secretary of State's website.

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

Last updated: 11/8/2006 
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The Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life

 

Name
Home Town
Office
Party
Won/Lost
Federal and Statewide
Claire McCaskill St. Louis US Senate
D
Won
Sandra Thomas Kansas City Auditor
R
Lost
Susan Montee St. Joseph Auditor
D
Won
Tamara Millay St. Louis US Rep-2
L
Lost
Sara Jo Shettles Liberty US Rep-6
D
Lost
JoAnn Emerson Cape Girardeau US Rep-8
R
Won
Veronica Hambacker Salem US Rep-8
D
Lost
Currently: 1/9 members of U.S. House of Representatives = 11% R=1 Pre-election national average is 14.9%*
3/6 Statewide offices = 50% D=2/R=1 Pre-election national average of women in stat wide offices = 25.1%*
State Senate
Jolie Justus Kansas City MO Sen-10
D
Won
Rita Heard Days* St. Louis MO Sen-14
D
Won
Susie Snyders Rolla MO Sen-16
R
Lost
Barbie Kreider-Adams Brookline Station MO Sen-20
D
Lost
Joan Bray St. Louis MO Sen-24
D
Won
Norma Champion Springfield MO Sen-30
R
Won
Results: 7/34 State Senators = 20.6% D=5 / R=2
Pre-election national average of women in the State Senate = 20.75%*
State Representative
Nancy Summers Unionville MO Rep-2
R
Lost
Rebecca McClanahan Kirksville MO Rep-2
D
Won
Rachel Bringer Palmyra MO Rep-6
D
Won
Kathy Chinn Clarence MO Rep-8
R
Lost
Kathyrne Harper Fayette MO Rep-9
R
Lost
Sandra Lesh St. Peters MO Rep-12
D
Lost
Sally Faith St. Charles MO Rep-15
R
Won
Vicki Schneider O'Fallon MO Rep-17
R
Won
Cynthia Davis O'Fallon MO Rep-19
R
Won
Danie Moore Fulton MO Rep-20
R
Won
Therese Sander Moberly MO Rep-22
R
Won
Judy Baker* Columbia MO Rep-25
D
Won
Beth Low Kansas City MO Rep-39
D
Won
Shalonn Curls* Kansas City MO Rep-41
D
Won
Jenee Lowe* Kansas City MO Rep-44
D
Won
Kate Meiners Kansas City MO Rep-46
D
Won
Terry Young* Kansas City MO Rep-49
D
Won
Virginia Matthews Independence MO Rep-52
R
Lost
Jeanette Mott Oxford St. Louis MO Rep-59
D
Won
Jamilah Nasheed* St. Louis MO Rep-60
D
Won
Connie Johnson* St. Louis MO Rep-61
D
Won
Robin Wright-Jones St. Louis MO Rep-63
D
Won
Rachel Storch* St. Louis MO Rep-64
D
Won
Gina Walsh* St. Louis MO Rep-69
D
Won
Esther Hill Haywood* St. Louis MO Rep-71
D
Won
Maria Chappelle-Nadal* St. Louis MO Rep-72
D
Won
Suzanne O'Sullivan St. Louis MO Rep-73
R
Lost
Margaret Donnelly St. Louis MO Rep-73
D
Won
Juanita Head Walton* Florissant MO Rep-81
D
Won
Jane Cunningham Chesterfield MO Rep-86
R
Won
Martha Ott Chesterfield MO Rep-86
D
Lost
Cynthia Kramer St. Louis MO Rep-87
D
Lost
Kathlyn Fares Webster Groves MO Rep-91
R
Won
Beverly White Ballwin MO Rep-92
D
Lost
Genevieve Frank Fenton MO Rep-93
D
Lost
Jane Bogetto St. Louis MO Rep-94
D
Lost
Judi Parker St. Louis MO Rep-95
D
Lost
Pat Yaeger St. Louis MO Rep-96
D
Won
Sue Schoemehl* St. Louis MO Rep-100
D
Won
Flo Penrod Imperial MO Rep-101
R
Lost
Belinda Harris* Hillsboro MO Rep-110
D
Won
Kristi Kenney Clinton MO Rep-120
D
Lost
Kathy J. Hudson Mayview MO Rep-122
D
Lost
Marilyn Ruestman Joplin MO Rep-131
R
Won
Nancy Hagan Springfield MO Rep-135
D
Lost
Sara Lampe Springfield MO Rep-138
D
Won
Tonya Cunningham Springfield MO Rep-140
D
Lost
Cathy Hilliard Powersite MO Rep-143
D
Lost
Nancy Lou Norman Wappapello MO Rep-154
D
Lost
Ellen Brandom Sikeston MO Rep-160
R
Won
*Unopposed in general election
Results: 31/163 State Representatives = 19% D=22/ R=9
Pre-election national average of women in the House = 23.6%*
Current total of women in the General Assembly, 38/197 = 19%
Pre-election 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