|Districts||Representative||Prop B Vote||Counties||Notes (Explanation follows table)|
|1||Jim Lembke||yes||St. Louis City, St. Louis County|
|2||Scott Rupp||yes||St. Charles, Lincoln||*|
|3||Kevin Engler||no||Jefferson, Washington, Iron, Reynolds, Carter, St. Francis, Ste. Genevieve||*|
|4||Joseph Keaveny||yes||St. Louis City|
|5||Robin Wright-Jones||yes||St. Louis City|
|6||Mike Kehoe||no||Callaway, Cole, Miller, Morgan, Moniteau|
|7||Jane Cunningham||yes||St. Louis County|
|12||Brad Lager||no||Atchinson, Holt, Nodaway, Andrew, Worth, Gentry, DeKalb, Clinton, Harrison, Daviess, Caldwell, Mercer, Grundy, Livingston, Sullivan, Linn|
|13||Timothy P. Green||yes||St. Louis County|
|14||Maria Chappelle-Nadal||yes||St. Louis County|
|15||Eric Schmitt||yes||St. Louis County|
|16||Dan Brown||no||Montgomery, Gasconade, Osage, Maries, Pulaski, Dent, Phelps, Crawford|
|18||Brian Munzlinger||no||Putnam, Schuyler, Scotland, Clark, Adair, Knox, Lewis, Shelby, Marion, Monroe, Ralls, Pike, Audrain|
|19||Kurt Schaefer||no||Boone, Randolph|
|20||Jay Wasson||no||Greene, Webster, Christian, Douglas|
|21||Bill Stouffer||no||Clay, Ray, Carroll, Lafayette, Saline, Chariton, Howard, Cooper, Macon||*|
|23||Tom Dempsey||yes||St. Charles|
|24||John Lamping||yes||St. Louis County|
|25||Rob Mayer||no||Wayne, Ripley, Butler, Stoddard, New Madrid, Dunkin, Pamiscot||*|
|26||Brian Nieves||yes (no)||St. Louis, Warren, Franklin||* (MAAL and the Humane Society Legislative Fund have this district as No)|
|27||Jason Crowell||no||Perry, Madison, Bolinger, Cape Girardeau, Scott, Mississippi|
|28||Mike Parson||no||Pettitis, Benton, Henry, St. Clair, Cedar, Barton, Polk, Dallas, Hickory|
|29||Jack Goodman||no||Lawrence, McDonald, Barry, Stone, Taney, Creek|
|31||David Pearce||no||Cass, Johnson, Bates, Vernon||*|
|32||Ron Richard||no||Dade, Jasper, Newton|
|33||Chuck Purgason||no||Camden, Laclede, Wright, Texas, Shannon, Howell, Oregon|
|34||Rob Schaaf||yes||Platte, Buchanan|
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The majority of the districts were clearly for Proposition B or against Proposition B. However, there were several, marked with asterisks (*) where the boundaries encompassed counties that had differing vote results: some for, some against Proposition B. In these instances, either I added up the total votes for and against to determine the overall outcome (District 25), or I analyzed the density of the population with the overlapped areas (denser population areas voted for Proposition B). In some cases, I set the vote to No (District 21), because the majority of the district was predominately No, and the little bit of Yes county did not have enough density to influence the outcome.
In other districts, such as District 26, the urban density and positive Proposition B vote more than compensated for the areas that were predominately No (and rural), and I gave that district a Yes vote.
For District 30, I examined the vote in surrounding countries to determine the average vote percentages; comparing them to Greene, I was able to determine a strong urban effect for Proposition B in Springfield. I then gave the primary Springfield district a Yes vote based on the urban effect.
Missouri population density map, based on 2000 Census.
Missouri Proposition vote by county by vote percentages (courtesy of Campaign for Liberty).
Merged population density/Proposition B vote maps.