Josh Hawley wins GOP primary for Missouri Attorney General

The Associated Press is declaring the Missouri Republican primary for Attorney General for Josh Hawley. 

NBC affiliate KSDK-TV in St. Louis is reporting that Hawley’s opponent, Kurt Schaefer is conceding the loss.

With 1704 of 3214 precincts reporting, Hawley had 61 percent of the vote, and Schaefer had 39 percent. 

Another race that has been called at the time of this writing is the state representative District 145 GOP race, in which all precincts are reporting. In that race, Rick Francis won with 64 percent of the vote over Chad Unterreiner with 36 percent. 

The races for governor and U.S. senate have also been called for both parties. To read about those results, click here

To see the results of sheriff’s races in local counties, click here.

To see more local and state election results in the Missouri primary as they come in, click on election results at the top of our home page. 

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