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2014 Missouri General

Candidates for the General Election 2014

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

All candidates and parties are listed in ballot order. Bolded names indicate incumbents.

Last updated: 11/05/2014

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The Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life

Federal and Statewide
Ann Wagner Ballwin US Rep District 2 R Won
Courtney Denton Arnold US Rep District 3 D Lost
Vicky Hartzler Harrisonville US Rep District 4 R Won
Barbara Stocker DeSoto US Rep District 8 D Lost

0/6 Statewide offices = 0%
2014  National average of women in statewide offices =

State Senate
Courtney Blunt St. Louis MO Sen - 4 R Lost
Mollie Freebairn Jefferson City MO Sen - 6 D Lost
Jeanie Riddle Fulton MO Sen - 10 R Won
Maria Chappelle-Nadal St. Louis MO Sen - 14 D Won
Jill Schupp St. Louis MO Sen - 24 D Won
Currently: 6/34 State Senators: 17.6% D=5 / R=1
2014 National average of women in the State Senate: 20.8%
State Representative
Sandy Van Wagner Smithville MO Rep-12 D Lost
Stephanie Isaacson Riverside MO Rep-14 D Lost
Lauren Arthur North Kansas City MO Rep-18 D Won
Judy Morgan Kansas City MO Rep-24 D Won
Gail McCann Beatty Kansas City MO Rep-26 D Won
Bonnaye Mims Kansas City MO Rep-27 D Won
Sheila Solon Blue Springs MO Rep-31 R Won
Jeanie Lauer Blue Springs MO Rep-32 R Won
Donna Pfautsch Harrisonville MO Rep-33 R Won
Rebecca Roeber Lees Summit MO Rep -34 R Won
Nola Wood Kansas City MO Rep-36 R Lost
Gracia Yancey Backer MO Rep-49 D Lost
Patricia Johnson


MO Rep-56 D Lost
Wanda Brown Taylor MO Rep-57 R Won
Laura Castaneda St. Peters MO Rep-64 D Lost
Anne Zerr St. Charles MO Rep-65 R Won
Rekha Sharma Florissant MO Rep-68 R Lost
Margo McNeil Florissant MO Rep-69 D Won
Susan Meredith St. Louis MO Rep-71 D Won
Mary Nichols Maryland Heights MO Rep-72 D Won
Sharon Pace St. Louis MO Rep-74 D Won
Rochelle Walton Gray Florissant MO Rep-75 D Won
Kimberly Gardner St. Louis MO Rep-77 D Won
Penny Hubbard St. Louis MO Rep-78 D Won
Michele Kratky St. Louis MO Rep-82 D Won
Gina Mitten St. Louis MO Rep-83 D Won
Karla May St. Louis MO Rep-84 D Won
Stacey Newman St. Louis MO Rep-87 D Won
Tracy McCreery St. Louis MO Rep-88 D Won
Gina Jaksetic St. Louis MO Rep-90 R Lost
Deb Lavender St. Louis MO Rep-90 D Won
Jeanne Kirkton St. Louis MO Rep-91 D Won
Genise Montecillo St. Louis MO Rep-92 D Won
Vicki Lorenz Englund St. Louis MO Rep-94 D Lost
Cloria Brown St. Louis MO Rep-94 R Won
Marsha Haefner St. Louis MO Rep-95 R Won
Sue Allen Chesterfield MO Rep-100 R Won
Candace Farmer Ballwin MO Rep-101 D Lost
Kathie Conway St. Charles MO Rep-104 R Won
Chrissy Sommer St. Charles MO Rep-106 R Won
Barbara Bollman Villa Ridge MO Rep-109 D Lost
Becky Ruth Festus MO Rep-114 R Won
Elaine Freeman Gannon De Soto MO Rep-115 R Won
Linda Black Bonne Terre MO Rep-117 D Won
Susan Cunningham Pacific MO Rep-119 D Lost
Diane Franklin Camdenton MO Rep-123 R Won
Patricia Pike MO Rep-126 R Won
Sue Entlicher Bolivar MO Rep-128 R Won
Sandy Crawford Buffalo MO Rep-129 R Won
Sonya Anderson Springfield MO Rep-131 R Won
Marlee Yant Springfield MO Rep-131 D Lost
Angela Filbeck Springfield MO Rep-135 D Lost
Sandy Grogan Rogersville MO Rep-137 D Lost
Shelley (White) Keeney Marble Hill MO Rep-145 R Won
Donna Lichtenegger Jackson MO Rep-146 R Won
Kathy Swan Cape Girardeau MO Rep-147 R Won
Holly Rehder Sikeston MO Rep-148 R Won
Tila Hubrecht Dexter MO Rep-151 R Won

Currently: 43/163 State Representatives: 26.3% D=20/ R=23
2014 National average of women in the House: 25.5%

Current total of women in the General Assembly, 49/197 = 24.8%
2014 National average of women in the General Assembly = 24.2%

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