Ste. Genevieve Count absente voting showed Democrat Tony Ritter leading Republican Randy Ruzicka 518-434, or 54.4 percent to 45.5 percent.
For Public Administrator, incumbent Democrat Mary Jo Ramer led Republican challenger Robin Naeger 1,112-721, or 60.7 percent to 39.3 percent.
In the District 115 State Representative race, Republican Cyndi Buchheiti-Courtway led Cynthia Nugent 82-66, or 55.4 percent to 44.6 percent.
On the national and state levels, Donald Trump and Mike Pence led Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 1,033-880, or 53.7 percent to 44.7 percent.
Governor Mike Parson led Democratic challenger Nicole Galloway, meanwhile, 995-880, or 52.4 percent to 46.3 percent in the governor’s race.
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe also led Democratic challenger Alissa Canady 992-805, or 54.3 percent to 44.1 percent.
County absentee voters also gave incumbent Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft 1,079 votes (58.7 percent) to 705 (38.3 percent) for Democratic challenger Yinka Faleti.
Incumbent GOP State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick and Attorney General Eric Schmitt also led comfortably in absentee balloting. Fitzgerald was ahead of Democrat Vicki Lorenz England, 54.9 percent to 43.1 percent, while Schmitt led Democrat Rich Finnegan 55.9 percent to 42.3 percent.
Meanwhile, Constitutional Amendment No. 1 got 784 “yes” votes (44.7 percent) to 970 “no” votes (55.3 percent).
Amendment No. 3 led 926 to 891, or 50.96 percent to 49.0 percent.