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Adair May 2008 Registration. School, magisterial districts

Adair County Court Clerk Sheila Blair has released figures for party registration by precinct and magisterial district for those registered to vote in the May 20, 2008 primary election. The registration books are closed now until seven days after the election and will not be reopened until May 27, 2008.

A number of ColumbiaMagazine.com charts have been composed below, including the precinct, district, and county wide totals for Democratic, Republican, and other registration; number of men and women registered in each district and countywide.

As well, the districts are ranked by the number of registered voters, a range of 1,714 in District 3 to 1,905 in District Four. Also, there is a link to a similar, but less complete chart from 2005, from which closer analysis can draw inferences and trends.

The charts follow:


Adair County Magisterial Districts
With Party Registrations
May 20, 2008


District #1
White Oak - 70 Democrats; 405 Republicans; Other 11; Male 233; Female 252; Total, 496
Eunice-Pellyton - 139 Democrats; 510 Republicans; Other 32; Male 343; Female 338; Total, 681
Little Cake - 79 Democrats; 445 Republicans; Other 24 Male 275; Female 273; Total, 548
District totals - 288 Democrats; 1,360 Republicans; Other 67 Male 851; Female 863; Total, 1,715


District #2
East Columbia - 397 Democrats; 736 Republicans; Other 41; Male 520; Female 554; Total 1.184
Ozark - 187 Democrats; 452 Republicans; Other 27; Male 323; Female 349; Total, 696
District totals -584 Democrats; 1,188 Republicans; Other 68; Male 843; Female 987; Total, 1,840


District #3
South Columbia-Harmony - 328 Democrats; 474 Republicans; Other 32; Male 395; Female 438; Total, 834
Glensfork-Melson Ridge - 325 Democrats; 531 Republicans; Other 24; Male 425; Female 455; Total, 880
District totals : 553 Democrats; 1,008 Republicans; Other 58; Male 820; Female 883; Total, 1,714


District #4
Gradyville-Nell - 120 Democrats; 408 Republicans; Other 29; Male 283; Female 274; Total, 557
Sparksville-Breeding - 197 Democrats; 538 Republicans; Other 52; Male 405; Female 380; Total, 785
South Columbia #2 - 220 Democrats; 323 Republicans; Other 20; Male 260; Female 303; Total, 563
District totals -537 Democrats; 1,267 Republicans; Other 101; Male 9,448; Female 957; Total, 1,905


District #5
Milltown - 183 Democrats; 589 Republicans; Other 18; Male 393; Female 376; Total, 759
West Columbia - 329 Democrats; 608 Republicans; Other 38; Male 421; Female 540; Total, 962
District totals -506 Democrats; 1,174 Republicans; Other 51; Male 814; Female 916; Total, 1,731


District #6
Cane Valley-Holmes -472 Democrats; 672 Republicans; Other 41; Male 603; Female 537; Total, 1,140
Knifley-Roley -255 Democrats; 415 Republicans; Other 43; Male 369; Female 345; Total, 714
District totals -682 Democrats; 1,088 Republicans; Other 84; Male 972; Female 892; Total, 1,852


District #7
North Columbia - 189 Democrats; 334 Republicans; Other 20; Male 235; Female 308; Total, 543
Hurt - 384 Democrats; 847 Republicans; Other 53; Male 631; Female 653; Total, 1,284
District totals -573 Democrats; 1,181 Republicans; Other 73; Male 866; Female 961; Total, 1,827


County Totals: -3,623 Democrats; 8,253 Republicans; Other 500 Male 6,114; Female 6,469; Total, 12,586



How the District Totals Compare
  1. District Four, 1,905 registered voters
  2. District Six, 1,852 registered voters
  3. District Two, 1,840 registered voters
  4. District Seven, 1,827 registered voters
  5. District Five, 1,731 registered voters
  6. District One, 1,715 registered voters
  7. District Three, 1,714 registered voters
Average #registered voters per district, 1,851
Difference between highest and lowest number of registered voters, 191

Adair County School Board Divisions


District #1:
Sparksville-Breeding Glensfork-Melson Ridge,Harmony portion of South Columbia, HarmonyNell portion of Gradyville-Nell

District #2:
Milltown, Gradyville portion of Gradyville-NellSo Columbia #1 portion of So Columbia-Harmony SoColumbia #2

District #3:
Knifley, Cane Valley-Holmes, and North Columbia

District #4:
Eunice-Pellyton, White Oak, Little Cake Hurt

District #5:
Ozark, West Columbia, East Columbia

See also:
2005 Registration figures


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