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Welcome to the Ray County, Missouri website

Ray County was organized in 1820 and on January 1, 1821, when Missouri became a state, it was one of the original 14 counties and at that time included the entire northwest corner of the state. It was named after the Honorable John Ray, a state legislator. Richmond became the permanent county seat on September 24, 1827.

Current population is 23,494 according to the 2010 census.

 NOTICE:
Missouri Marriage Age Requirements Changing in August

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GENERAL ELECTION: November 6, 2018 – Unofficial Total Results – click here
Absentee Unofficial Results – click here
Richmond 1 & 2 Unofficial Results – click here
Richmond 3 & 4 Unofficial Results – click here
Hardin Unofficial Results – click here
Henrietta Unofficial Results – click here
Millville Unofficial Results – click here
Camden Unofficial Results – click here
Homestead Village Unofficial Results – click here
Knoxville Unofficial Results – click here
Lawson Unofficial Results – click here
Orrick Unofficial Results – click here
Rayville Unofficial Results – click here
Stet Unofficial Results – click here
Wood Heights Unofficial Results – click here

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