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Proposition C passing easily in early Missouri primary results

Proposition C passing easily in early Missouri primary results

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Party in support of Prop C
3 AUG. 2010 -- TOWN & COUNTRY, Mo. -- Brenda Webb (right) talks with Louise Blume and her husband Sandy Blune (left) during a party hosted by Pat and Margaret Walker in support of Proposition C at their home in Town & Country Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010. Others at the party watch as returns are reported on TV in the background. The Walkers grassroots organizations supporting the proposition, which would block federal efforts to have all citizens buy health insurance. Photo by Sid Hastings

TOWN & COUNTRY -- Jane Cunningham calls Missouri the first domino.

If Proposition C passes -- and based on very early returns it looks like it will -- the national campaign against President Barack Obama's health care law will gain momentum.

In November, Arizona, Florida and Oklahoma will hold similar votes to the one Missouri is holding tonight. If Proposition C passes, Cunningham, a Republican state senator from Chesterfield, expects good things to happen in the other states as well.

"If the heartland, the bellwether state, the Show-Me State sends a message to Washington, it's going to encourage other states to do the same," Cunningham said.

In early results, with 262 of more than 3,300 precincts reporting, Proposition C was winning with more than 73 percent of the vote.

Cunningham and other supporters of Proposition C are following the results at a home in Town & Country.

Follow results here.

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