|Elections in Missouri|
The 2004 House elections in Missouri occurred on November 2, 2004 to elect the members of the State of Missouri's delegation to the United States House of Representatives. Missouri had nine seats in the House, apportioned according to the 2000 United States Census.
These elections were held concurrently with the United States presidential election of 2004, United States Senate elections of 2004 (including one in Missouri), the United States House elections in other states, and various state and local elections.
The most notable race of the 2004 cycle in Missouri was the contest for the Third District seat held by outgoing Representative and former House Democratic floor leader Dick Gephardt.
|United States House of Representatives elections in Missouri, 2004|
|Party||Votes||Percentage||Seats Before||Seats After||+/–|
|Missouri 1||William Lacy Clay Jr.||Democratic||2000||Re-elected|| William Lacy Clay, Jr. (D) 75.3%|
Leslie L. Farr II (R) 22.8%
Terry Chadwick (L) 1.4%
Robert Rehbein (C) 0.5%
|Missouri 2||Todd Akin||Republican||2000||Re-elected|| Todd Akin (R) 65.4%|
George D. Weber (D) 33.0%
Darla Maloney (L) 1.4%
David Leefe (C) 0.3%
|Missouri 3||Dick Gephardt||Democratic||1976||Retired|
| Russ Carnahan (D) 52.9%|
Bill Federer (R) 45.1%
Kevin C. Babcock (L) 1.6%
William Renaud (C) 0.4%
|Missouri 4||Ike Skelton||Democratic||1976||Re-elected|| Ike Skelton (D) 66.2%|
Jim Noland (R) 32.4%
Bill Lower (L) 1.0%
Raymond Lister (C) 0.4%
|Missouri 5||Karen McCarthy||Democratic||1994||Retired|
| Emanuel Cleaver (D) 55.2%|
Jeanne Patterson (R) 42.1%
Rick Bailie (L) 2.0%
Darin Rodenberg (C) 0.7%
|Missouri 6||Sam Graves||Republican||2000||Re-elected|| Sam Graves (R) 63.8%|
Charles S. Broomfield (D) 34.8%
Erik Buck (L) 1.4%
|Missouri 7||Roy Blunt||Republican||1996||Re-elected|| Roy Blunt (R) 70.4%|
Jim Newberry (D) 28.3%
Kevin Craig (L) 0.9%
Steve Alger (C) 0.3%
|Missouri 8||Jo Ann Emerson||Republican||1996||Re-elected|| Jo Ann Emerson (R) 72.2%|
Dean Henderson (D) 26.6%
Stan Cuff (L) 0.7%
Leonard Davidson (C) 0.5%
|Missouri 9||Kenny Hulshof||Republican||1996||Re-elected|| Kenny Hulshof (R) 64.6%|
Linda Jacobsen (D) 33.8%
Tamara A. Millay (L) 1.1%
Chris Earl (C) 0.5%
The 2004 United States gubernatorial elections were held on November 2, 2004 in 11 states and two territories. There was no net gain in seats for either party, as Democrats picked up an open seat in Montana while defeating incumbent Craig Benson in New Hampshire, while Republicans defeated incumbent Joe Kernan in Indiana and won Missouri after Bob Holden lost in the primary. These elections coincided with the presidential election.
The 1918 United States House of Representatives elections were held November 5, 1918, which occurred in the middle of President Woodrow Wilson's second term.
Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 37th Congress were held at various dates in different states from August 1860 to October 1861.
Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 36th Congress were held during President James Buchanan's term at various dates in different states from August 1858 to November 1859.
Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 17th Congress were held at various dates in different states between July 1820 and August 1821 as President James Monroe won reelection unopposed.
Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 13th Congress were held at various dates in different states between April 1812 and August 1813 as James Madison was re-elected president.
The 2008 United States gubernatorial elections were held on November 4, 2008 in 11 states and two territories. Prior to the election, eight of the total seats were held by Democrats and five by Republicans. Two governors were prohibited by term limits from seeking re-election in 2008. The only governorship to change party was the open seat in Missouri, which was won by a Democrat after being previously held by a Republican.
Missouri's 6th congressional district takes in a large swath of land in northern Missouri, stretching across nearly the entire width of the state from Kansas to Illinois. Its largest voting population is centered in the northern portion of the Kansas City metropolitan area and the town of St. Joseph. The district includes nearly all of Kansas City north of the Missouri River.
The 2008 United States elections were held on November 4. Democratic Senator Barack Obama of Illinois won the presidential election, and Democrats bolstered their majority in both houses of Congress.
The 2004 United States elections were held on November 2. Republican President George W. Bush won re-election and Republicans retained control of Congress.
The 2008 congressional elections in Missouri were held on November 4, 2008 to determine who will represent the state of Missouri in the United States House of Representatives. The primary election for candidates seeking the nomination of the Republican Party, the Democratic Party, and the Libertarian Party was held on August 5.
The 2002 United States elections were held on November 5, in the middle of Republican President George W. Bush's first term. Republicans won unified control of Congress.
William Blaine Luetkemeyer is an American politician currently serving as the incumbent U.S. Representative for Missouri's 3rd congressional district, a seat he has held since 2009. The district, numbered as the 9th Congressional District from 2009 to 2013, contains most of east-central Missouri, including the state capital of Jefferson City and some of the southern and northern St. Louis suburbs and exurbs. Luetkemeyer is a member of the Republican Party.
The 1996 United States elections were held on November 5. Democratic President Bill Clinton won re-election, while the Republicans maintained their majorities in both houses of the United States Congress.
Elections were held in Missouri on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. Primary elections were held on August 3, 2010.
Jason Thomas Smith is an American businessman, politician, and the U.S. Representative for Missouri's 8th congressional district after winning a special election on June 4, 2013. The district comprises 30 counties, covering just under 20,000 square miles of southeastern and southern Missouri.
The 2000 House elections in Missouri occurred on November 3, 2000 to elect the members of the State of Missouri's delegation to the United States House of Representatives. Missouri had nine seats in the House, apportioned according to the 1990 United States Census.
The Oklahoma state elections was held on Election Day, November 6, 2012 for a number of offices. The Presidential Preferential Primary Election will be held on March 6, 2012 and the Primary Election will be held on June 26, 2012.
The 2002 House elections in Missouri occurred on November 5, 2002 to elect the members of the State of Missouri's delegation to the United States House of Representatives. Missouri had nine seats in the House, apportioned according to the 2000 United States Census.
The 2020 United States state legislative elections were held on November 3, 2020 for 86 state legislative chambers in 44 states. Across the fifty states, approximately 65 percent of all upper house seats and 85 percent of all lower house seats were up for election. Nine legislative chambers in the five permanently-inhabited U.S. territories and the federal district of Washington, D.C. also held elections. The elections took place concurrently with several other federal, state, and local elections, including the presidential election, U.S. Senate elections, U.S. House elections, and gubernatorial elections.
United States House of Representatives elections, 2004