Republican Sandy Crawford has decisively won election to the the 28th Senatorial District seat vacated by Lt. Gov. Mike Parson in a special election held Tuesday.
Unofficial results Tuesday night gave Crawford 9,631 votes, about 67 percent of the total. Her Democratic opponent , Albert Skalicky had 4,441 votes or about 32 percent. These totals include all precincts except for one in Hickory County that had not reported as of about 9 p.m. Tuesday night.
The state senate seat includes all of Laclede County, as well as Dallas, Polk, Cedar, Hickory, St. Clair, Benton and Pettis counties.
Crawford is currently the representative for Missouri’s 129th District, which includes the partof Lebanon located west of Jefferson Avenue and Missouri 32, as well as Phillipsburg and Conway. For the complete article, see the Wednesday print edition of The Daily Record, or view the e-Edition online.