More than a thousand people took advanced of early voting in Atchison, Kan. Early voting throughout the county occurred from Oct. 22 through noon on Nov. 5.
Voters have passed the measure with 55-percent of the vote. The increase will give the Lathrop Fire District an extra $60,000 a year.
Voters have rejected the $4.2 million South Harrison School bond for the third time. It failed again with 38-percent of the vote.
Voters in Savannah have decided to save the city's pool. They passed to continue a 13-cent tax Tuesday with 71-percent of the vote.
Voters in Kansas have passed a new liquor law, allowing restaurants to sell liquor by the drink. It passed with 63-percent of the vote.
The Use Tax was defeated by voters Tuesday night in both St. Joseph and Buchanan County.
The race for Buchanan County Assessor has been decided. Scot Van Meter won another term over Republican Frank Still.
The final numbers are in on the Buchanan County commissioners race. For the Western District Race, Democrat Ron Hook was re-elected. In the Eastern District Race, Dan Hausman defeated challenger Tom Archdekin.
Missouri voters have re-elected Gov. Jay Nixon for his second term. He defeated out Republican Dave Spence 980,576, to 865,637 with 2,410 of 3,380 precincts reported.
The people have spoken, and they have elected Barack Obama to his second term as President of the United States. He defeated former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.
Proposition B has failed in Missouri. The initiative would have increased the state's tax on all tobacco products.