Latest updates from the campaign:
March 29, 2022: Candidate Filings for St. Francois County elections have now closed
"Filings closed Tuesday for the August Primary election with a few races forming countywide.
St. Francois County
For Presiding Commissioner, incumbent Republican Harold Gallaher is seeking another term. Ryan Cooper has filed as a Libertarian.
For Prosecuting Attorney, incumbent Melissa Gilliam and Blake Dudley have filed on the Republican ticket.
For Recorder of Deeds, incumbent Republican Jay Graf and Libertarian Jacob Reagan Goff have filed.
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For Associate Circuit Judge Division IV, incumbent Pat King and Julie McCarver have filed as Republicans for the position."
February 22, 2022: Julie McCarver files for Associate Circuit Judge, Division 4
"The first day filings for the August Primary election began Tuesday (February 22, 2022) with several candidates looking to get their name first on the St. Francois and Madison county ballots.
In St. Francois County, all candidates have filed as Republicans.
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For Associate Circuit Judge Division IV, incumbent Pat King and Julie McCarver have filed for the position."
February 14, 2022: Julie McCarver announced her candidacy for Associate Circuit Judge
Julie McCarver has announced her candidacy for Associate Circuit Judge for St. Francois County, Missouri.
April 22, 2021: Julie McCarver named as Liberty Alliance Conservative Champion of the Week
Julie McCarver named as Liberty Alliance Conservative Champion of the Week.
"This week, the Liberty Alliance Conservative Champion can be found advancing the cause in St. Francois County. Julie McCarver is someone who is consistently engaged in her community and is the epitome of what it means to be a recipient of this accolade.
After receiving a glowing nomination, we spoke with Julie to learn more about her fight for freedom and what being a Conservative Champion means to her. We hope you enjoy her just as much as we do!"
December 7, 2019: Message to Julie McCarver by Tomi Lahren
May 3, 2019: McCarver seeks Second Term as Farmington City Prosecutor
"McCarver is seeking reelection to a second term.
Her educational history includes: University of Kansas School of Law, Lawrence, Kansas – Juris Doctor, May 2003, Kansas Law Review, member, 2002 and 2003 legal intern, legal aid clinic (University of Kansas) research assistant for professors Philip Kissam and Kim Dayton; University of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri Bachelor of Arts in English, May 2000, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, May 2000, Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law, co-founder and president.
When asked why she is running for reelection, McCarver explained, “I have worked as a city prosecutor in two prior cities prior to working for the city of Farmington, and have found that I love working as a city prosecutor. I enjoy working with the people of my community and enjoy working with our officers at the Farmington Police Department. I am the incumbent Farmington city prosecutor, and would appreciate your vote on April 2, 2019, so that I may continue to serve our community of Farmington.”
McCarver explained what she has accomplished as prosecutor and what she plans for the future.
“We have made many changes to our municipal court system in the last two years, following Senate Bill 5,” she said. “It has been an honor working for the Farmington city government and for the people of Farmington, which in my opinion has an excellent and efficient governmental structure. Now that I am acclimated to the municipal court and the police department, I believe that I can continue to serve the citizens.”
In addition to being city prosecutor, McCarver has a law practice in partnership with her husband.
“My husband, Shawn McCarver, and I have been married for more than 12 years, and during this entire period we have resided in Farmington. We have one 11-year-old daughter whom is active in the FC Farmington soccer league and at a Farmington dance studio, (as well as having) two German Shepherd dogs and one rabbit.”
August 10, 2017: Julie McCarver appointed to the St. Francois County Mental Health Board
"In other action, the commissioners approved the appointment of Jared Arnett, Brandy Kennon, Julie McCarver and Michelle Ramirez to the St. Francois County Mental Health Board."
April 6, 2017: Julie McCarver elected to first term as Farmington City Prosecutor
“Voters also chose Julie McCarver as the new city attorney, beating Kevin Kellogg and Ben Campbell.”
2014 - 2022: Julie McCarver named to the National Trial Attorneys Top 100 Trial Lawyers
The National Trial Lawyers has named Julie McCarver to the Top 100 Trial Lawyers for the years 2014 - 2022.