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Leon Commission, District 1

Total Votes: 13,425 Reporting: 100%
Weser Khufu 3,569
27%
Bill Proctor 9,856
73%
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Leon Commission At Large, Group 2

Total Votes: 90,646 Reporting: 100%
Curtis Baynes 27,207
30%
Nick Maddox 63,439
70%
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Leon One Cent Surtax Extension

…shall the existing one cent sales surtax within Leon County be extended until December 31, 2039, with project expenditures subject to annual independent audit and review by a citizens advisory committee?
Total Votes: 103,328 Reporting: 100%
For 67,233
65%
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Against 36,095
35%
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Tallahassee Ethics Board Amendment

Shall the Charter of the City of Tallahassee be amended to establish an ethics and anti-corruption policy; require the enactment of an ethics code, establishment of an independent ethics board with broad powers…
Total Votes: 58,399 Reporting: 100%
Yes 38,968
67%
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No 19,431
33%
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Leon Soil & Water Conservation, Group 2

Total Votes: 77,778 Reporting: 100%
William Helmich 27,867
36%
Stan Peacock 49,911
64%
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Leon Soil & Water Conservation, Group 4

Total Votes: 77,279 Reporting: 100%
Brian Lee 50,383
65%
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Ryan Truchelut 26,896
35%
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Capital Region Community Development, Seat 3

Total Votes: 1,911 Reporting: 100%
Eli Nortelus 1,052
55%
Luis Rojas 859
45%
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Piney-Z Community Development, Seat 1

Total Votes: 475 Reporting: 100%
Hugh Hauck 198
42%
Delores Ann Pincus 277
58%
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Piney-Z Community Development, Seat 3

Total Votes: 796 Reporting: 100%
Johnny Devine 383
48%
Cheryl Hudson 413
52%
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Lowndes Commission, District 3

Total Votes: 6,528 Reporting: 100%
Tally Wisenbaker, Jr. (R) 4,573
70%
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Tom Hochschild (D) 1,955
30%
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Remerton City Council

Total Votes: 52 Reporting: 100%
Brandy Barnes 28
54%
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Sonny Blevins 18
35%
Cody French 6
12%
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Gadsden School Board, District 2

Total Votes: 3,889 Reporting: 100%
Rodney Moore 1,787
46%
Steve Scott 2,102
54%
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Gadsden School Board, District 4

Total Votes: 2,811 Reporting: 100%
Charlie Frost, Sr. 1,415
50%
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Elijah Key 1,396
50%
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Wakulla Commission, District 2

Total Votes: 11,185 Reporting: 100%
Randy Merritt (R) 6,257
56%
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Taylor Phillips (I) 4,928
44%
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Wakulla Commission, District 4

Total Votes: 11,237 Reporting: 100%
Jerry Moore (R) 5,187
46%
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Bill Anderson (I) 4,756
42%
Steven Cushman (I) 1,294
12%
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Wakulla Referendum A - Wetlands

Shall Wakulla County Ordinances 10-16 and 13-01 be readopted to provide local control and protections for Wakulla County’s wetlands, and surface waters by regulating development and other activities…
Total Votes: 11,425 Reporting: 100%
Yes 4,897
43%
No 6,528
57%
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Wakulla Referendum B - Nonpartisan Elections

Shall the charter of Wakulla County be amended to require that County Commissioners, Clerk of Court, Property Appraiser, Sheriff, Supervisor of Elections, and Tax Collector be nonpartisan offices…
Total Votes: 11,088 Reporting: 100%
Yes 6,178
56%
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No 4,910
44%
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Wakulla Referendum C - Residency Oath

Shall the charter of Wakulla County be amended to require persons elected to the county commission provide a notarized declaration and oath stating their intent to reside in the district in which elected…
Total Votes: 11,163 Reporting: 100%
Yes 9,613
86%
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No 1,550
14%
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Wakulla Referendum D - Budget Balances

Shall the charter of Wakulla County be amended to require the County Commission to adopt and adhere to a fund balance policy regulating management and reservation of fund balances…
Total Votes: 10,904 Reporting: 100%
Yes 8,239
76%
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No 2,665
24%
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Wakulla Referendum E - Debt Management

Shall the charter of Wakulla County be amended to require the County Commission to adopt and adhere to a debt policy regulating the issuance and management of debt…
Total Votes: 10,865 Reporting: 100%
Yes 7,947
73%
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No 2,918
27%
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Sopchoppy City Commission

Total Votes: 284 Reporting: 100%
Lara Edwards 108
38%
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Martha Hodge Evans 99
35%
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Colleen Skipper-Mitchell 77
27%
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Jefferson Commission, District 4

Total Votes: 1,439 Reporting: 100%
Betsy Barfield (D) 700
49%
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Troy Avera (I) 617
43%
Charles Parrish (I) 122
8%
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Madison School Board, District 1

Total Votes: 1,157 Reporting: 100%
Terrence Boatman 485
42%
Susie Williamson 672
58%
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Taylor Commission, District 4

Total Votes: 1,192 Reporting: 100%
David Woods (R) 452
38%
Pam Feagle (D) 740
62%
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Taylor Referendum - School Levy

Shall the School Board have the authority to continue the levy of 0.25 mills for school operation purposes to fund teachers…beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30, 2019?
Total Votes: 4,832 Reporting: 100%
Yes 2,591
54%
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No 2,241
46%
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Suwannee Commission, District 4

Total Votes: 2,595 Reporting: 100%
Harry Weaver, Jr. (R) 1,285
50%
Larry Sessions (D) 1,310
50%
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Suwannee Question - Tax Exemptions

Shall the Board of County Commissioners be authorized to grant property tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of existing businesses?
Total Votes: 12,296 Reporting: 100%
Yes 5,974
49%
No 6,322
51%
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Lafayette Commission, District 2

Total Votes: 2,617 Reporting: 100%
Don Becton (R) 1,070
41%
Thomas Pridgeon, Jr. (D) 1,547
59%
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Lafayette Commission, District 4

Total Votes: 2,618 Reporting: 100%
Anthony Adams (R) 1,496
57%
Martha Humphries (D) 1,122
43%
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Lafayette School Board, District 3

Total Votes: 2,625 Reporting: 80%
Marion McCray 1,361
52%
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Tim Pearson 1,264
48%
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Hamilton School Board, District 5

Total Votes: 690 Reporting: 100%
Sammy McCoy 342
50%
Suezette Wiggins 348
50%
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Thomas Board of Education, District 1

Total Votes: 887 Reporting: 100%
Nancy Hiers (R) 525
59%
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W. B. Sales (D) 362
41%
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Decatur Commission, District 4

Total Votes: 590 Reporting: 100%
Joe Putnal (R) 273
46%
Thomas Davis (D) 317
54%
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Decatur Solicitor General

Total Votes: 5,235 Reporting: 100%
Ryan Cleveland (R) 2,951
56%
Ben Kirbo (D) 2,284
44%
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Brooks Commission, District 1

Total Votes: 876 Reporting: 100%
Jack Harrell, Jr. (I) 262
30%
Joe Wingate (R) 614
70%
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Brooks Commission, District 2

Total Votes: 775 Reporting: 100%
S. L. Jones (R) 568
73%
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Cameron Williams (I) 207
27%
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Brooks Commission, District 3

Total Votes: 1,070 Reporting: 100%
Claude Butler (R) 437
41%
Willie Cody (D) 633
59%
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Brooks Board of Education, At Large

Total Votes: 4,691 Reporting: 100%
Kasey Knight (R) 2,952
63%
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Elizabeth Thomas (D) 1,739
37%
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Brooks Board of Education, District 4

Total Votes: 1,032 Reporting: 100%
Jody Hall (R) 727
70%
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Linda Troutman (D) 305
30%
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Brooks One Percent Sales Tax

Shall a special one percent sales and use tax be imposed in the special district of Brooks County?
Total Votes: 4,511 Reporting: 100%
Yes 2,514
56%
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No 1,997
44%
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Quitman Sunday Alcohol Sales

Shall there be sales of malt beverages on Sunday in the City of Quitman?
Total Votes: 1,165 Reporting: 100%
Yes 678
58%
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No 487
42%
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Grady Board of Education, District 3

Total Votes: 1,136 Reporting: 100%
Marty Cannigton 411
36%
Laura Register 626
55%
Richard Kuhne, II 99
9%
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Grady Sunday Alcohol Sales

Shall the governing authority of Grady County be authorized to permit and regulate package sales by retailers of malt beverages and wine on Sundays between the hours of 12:30pm and 11:30pm?
Total Votes: 5,572 Reporting: 100%
Yes 2,792
50%
No 2,780
50%
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Seminole Local Option Sales Tax

Shall a special one percent sales and use tax be imposed in Seminole County for a period of time not to exceed six years and for the raising of an estimated amount of $7,125,000…
Total Votes: 2,208 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,401
63%
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No 807
37%
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Seminole Sunday Alcohol Sales

Shall the governing authority of Seminole County be authorized to permit and regulate package sales on Sundays between the hours of 12:30pm and 11:30pm?
Total Votes: 2,228 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,162
52%
No 1,066
48%
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Seminole Liquor Licenses

Shall the governing authority of Seminole County be authorized to issue licenses to sell distilled spirits for beverage purposes by the drink, such sale to be for consumption only on the premises?
Total Votes: 2,213 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,215
55%
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No 998
45%
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Seminole Liquor by the Drink

Shall the governing authority of Seminole County be authorized to permit and regulate Sunday sales of malt beverages wine and distilled spirits for beverage purposes by the drink between the hours of 12:30pm and 12 midnight?
Total Votes: 2,234 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,164
52%
No 1,070
48%
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Donalsonville Sunday Alcohol Sales

Shall the governing authority of the City of Donalsonville be authorized to permit and regulate package sales on Sundays between the hours of 12:30pm and 11:30pm?
Total Votes: 590 Reporting: 100%
Yes 303
51%
No 287
49%
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Donalsonville Liquor Licenses

Shall the governing authority of the City of Donalsonville be authorized to issue licenses to sell distilled spirits for beverage purposes by the drink, such sale to be for consumption only on the premises?
Total Votes: 591 Reporting: 100%
Yes 317
54%
No 274
46%
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Donalsonville Liquor by the Drink

Shall the governing authority of the City of Donalsonville be authorized to permit and regulate Sunday sales of malt beverages wine and distilled spirits for beverage purposes by the drink between the hours of 12:30pm and 12 midnight?
Total Votes: 587 Reporting: 100%
Yes 306
52%
No 281
48%
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Miller Board of Education, District 2

Total Votes: 271 Reporting: 100%
Robert Eldridge (R) 69
25%
Vic Fleet (D) 202
75%
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Miller One Percent Education Sales Tax

Shall a special one percent sales and use tax be imposed by the Miller County School District for a period of time not to exceed twenty consecutive calendar quarters and for the raising of an estimated amount of $3,500,000…
Total Votes: 1,396 Reporting: 100%
Yes 804
58%
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No 592
42%
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Lanier Board of Education, District 3

Total Votes: 428 Reporting: 100%
Phillip Connell (R) 260
61%
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Amy Bennett (D) 168
39%
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Lakeland Liquor by the Drink Referendum

Shall the governing authority of the City of Lakeland be authorized to issue license to sell distilled spirits for beverage purposes by the drink, such sales to be for consumption only on the premises?
Total Votes: 1,445 Reporting: 100%
Yes 1,048
73%
Winner Winner
No 397
27%

Florida Races

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US House, FL District 2

Reporting: 100%
Gwen Graham (Dem)125,132
50%
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Steve Southerland (GOP)122,939
50%
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US House, FL District 3

Reporting: 100%
Ted Yoho (GOP)148,483
65%
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Marihelen Wheeler (Dem)73,695
32%
Howard Lawson (NPA)6,187
3%
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FL Governor

Reporting: 100%
Rick Scott (GOP)2,861,390
49%
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Charlie Crist (Dem)2,795,263
48%
Adrian Wyllie (Lib)222,878
4%
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FL Attorney General

Reporting: 100%
Pam Bondi (GOP)3,218,088
55%
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George Sheldon (Dem)2,452,028
42%
Bill Wohlsifer (Lib)168,946
3%
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FL Chief Financial Officer

Reporting: 100%
Jeff Atwater (GOP)3,349,132
59%
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Will Rankin (Dem)2,332,619
41%
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FL Agriculture Commissioner

Reporting: 100%
Adam Putnam (GOP)3,337,711
59%
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Thad Hamilton (Dem)2,350,957
41%
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FL Amendment 1 - Conservation Program

Reporting: 100%
Yes4,230,858
75%
WinnerWinner
No1,414,079
25%
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FL Amendment 2 - Medical Marijuana

Reporting: 100%
Yes3,363,522
58%
No2,476,108
42%
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FL Amendment 3 - Judicial Vacancies

Reporting: 100%
No2,798,150
52%
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Yes2,572,036
48%

Georgia Races

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US Senate, Georgia

Reporting: 100%
David Perdue (GOP)1,355,392
53%
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Michelle Nunn (Dem)1,154,388
45%
Amanda Swafford (Lib)48,930
2%
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US House, GA District 1

Reporting: 100%
Buddy Carter (GOP)93,882
61%
WinnerWinner
Brian Reese (Dem)59,594
39%
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US House, GA District 2

Reporting: 100%
Sanford Bishop (Dem)96,215
59%
WinnerWinner
Gregory Duke (GOP)66,474
41%
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GA Governor

Reporting: 100%
Nathan Deal (GOP)1,341,161
53%
WinnerWinner
Jason Carter (Dem)1,138,476
45%
Andrew Hunt (Lib)60,151
2%
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GA Lieutenant Governor

Reporting: 100%
Casey Cagle (GOP)1,462,720
58%
WinnerWinner
Connie Stokes (Dem)1,056,298
42%
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GA Secretary of State

Reporting: 100%
Brian Kemp (GOP)1,448,168
58%
WinnerWinner
Doreen Carter (Dem)1,068,854
42%
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GA Attorney General

Reporting: 100%
Samuel Olens (GOP)1,432,638
57%
WinnerWinner
Gregory Hecht (Dem)1,081,007
43%
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GA Agriculture Commissioner

Reporting: 100%
Gary Black (GOP)1,457,616
58%
WinnerWinner
Christopher Irvin (Dem)1,041,304
42%
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GA Insurance Commissioner

Reporting: 100%
Ralph Hudgens (GOP)1,378,560
55%
WinnerWinner
Elizabeth Johnson (Dem)1,044,812
42%
Edward Metz (Lib)86,205
3%
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GA School Superintendent

Reporting: 100%
Richard Woods (GOP)1,386,871
55%
WinnerWinner
Valarie Wilson (Dem)1,126,456
45%
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GA Labor Commissioner

Reporting: 100%
Mark Butler (GOP)1,423,406
57%
WinnerWinner
Robbin Shipp (Dem)1,073,656
43%
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GA PSC, District 1

Reporting: 100%
Doug Everett (GOP)1,527,726
68%
WinnerWinner
John Monds (Lib)706,357
32%
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GA PSC, District 4

Reporting: 100%
Lauren Bubba McDonald (GOP)1,337,323
53%
WinnerWinner
Daniel Blackman (Dem)1,042,899
42%
Robin Aaron Gilmer (Lib)121,986
5%
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GA Senate, District 8

Reporting: 100%
Ellis Black (GOP)21,040
62%
WinnerWinner
Bikram Mohanty (Dem)13,165
38%
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GA House, District 151

Reporting: 100%
Gerald Greene (GOP)8,626
55%
WinnerWinner
Ezekiel Holley (Dem)7,044
45%
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GA House, District 173

Reporting: 100%
Darlene Taylor (GOP)7,790
61%
WinnerWinner
Keith Jenkins (Dem)5,019
39%
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GA House, District 174

Reporting: 100%
John Corbett (GOP)7,064
75%
WinnerWinner
Jessie Smith (Dem)2,379
25%
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GA Amendment A - State Income Tax

Reporting: 100%
Yes1,847,973
74%
WinnerWinner
No653,027
26%
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GA Amendment B - Reckless Driving

Reporting: 100%
Yes1,727,785
70%
WinnerWinner
No747,045
30%
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GA Referendum 1 - College Tax Exemption

Reporting: 100%
Yes1,830,794
74%
WinnerWinner
No655,053
26%

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