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Missouri Votes to Repeal Obamacare… Prop C Passes By Over 70%

August 4, 2010 | Filed Under Barack Obama, Budget, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Elections, Government, Health, Missouri, President, Regulation, Taxes | Comments Off

-By Jim Hoft of GatewayPundit.com

MISSOURI VOTERS REJECT OBAMACARE!

Prop C passes in Missouri!
Over 70% of voters reject the democrat’s nationalized health care plan.

WOW! The Show Me State showed Obamacare the door tonight.
Over 70% of Missouri voters rejected Obamacare by passing Prop c.
It’s too bad local KMOV St. Louis Channel 4 could not find any one who voted for the proposition.


Missouri rejects the Pelosi-Obama Rationed Health Care Plan

All eyes were on Missouri today. The Show Me voters were voting for or against the new federal health care law.
Missouri showed Obamacare the door.
FOX KC reported:

Election officials are hoping the heat won’t keep people from getting out to vote. One of the hottest races in Missouri is Proposition C. It’s an issue that is getting a lot of attention across the country.

All eyes will be on Missouri’s Proposition C results because it’s the first time voters in the country vote for or against the new federal health care law. Basically Proposition C would create a state law against federal mandates requiring people to buy health insurance.

Missouri’s top U.S. Senate candidates are divided on the measure. If passed, it will will reject part of the new federal health care law. Republicans Roy Blunt and Chuck Purgason both support Proposition C. Democrat Robin Carnahan plans to vote against it.

Christie Herrara has more on Prop C at Big Government.

Republicans today were out in force to vote in the primaries. This likely helped Proposition C in Missouri.

UPDATE: (8:15 PM CST)
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 186 of 3354
Yes 42,211 71.7%
No 16,693 28.3%
Total Votes 58,904

UPDATE: (8:15 PM CST)
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 255 of 3354
Yes 58,237 73.3%
No 21,214 26.7%
Total Votes 79,451

UPDATE: (8:30 PM CST)
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 366 of 3354
Yes 86,704 73.4%
No 31,500 26.6%
Total Votes 118,204

UPDATE: (9:00 PM CST)
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 869 of 3354
Yes 196,962 76.1%
No 62,021 23.9%
Total Votes 258,983

UPDATE: (9:10 PM CST)
With one-fourth of precincts reporting…
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 1157 of 3354
Yes 271,529 75.8%
No 86,783 24.2%
Total Votes 358,312

UPDATE: (9:50 PM CST)
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 2080 of 3354
Yes 453,481 74.4%
No 155,869 25.6%
Total Votes 609,350

UPDATE: (10:05 PM CST)
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 2444 of 3354
Yes 516,636 73.5%
No 186,268 26.5%
Total Votes 702,904

UPDATE: (10:05 PM CST)
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 2704 of 3354
Yes 547,142 72.7%
No 205,603 27.3%
Total Votes 752,745

UPDATE: (10:25 PM CST)
Proposition C Precincts Reporting 3007 of 3354
Yes 614,480 72.7%
No 230,356 27.3%
Total Votes 844,836

Wow! What a rout!

UPDATE: Via Instapundit: Ed Morrissey: Missouri Pops The ObamaCare Media Bubble. “Bear in mind that over 315,000 Democrats turned out to cast ballots in the primary that nominated Robin Carnahan, while over 577,000 Republicans hit the polls. That is about a 65/35 split — which means that a significant amount of Democrats either supported the ballot measure repudiating ObamaCare, or didn’t bother to cast a vote to defend the program. Actually, Prop C got more votes than the combined voting in both Senate primaries — which tells us something even more about the passion in the electorate.”

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