Roundup of election results

May 20, 2014 

This roundup includes contested races. Names with (i) behind them are incumbents. Runoffs are indicated below the race. Results from DeKalb, Gwinnett, Telfair and Effingham counties are incomplete. Percents are rounded and may not equal 100.

U.S. SENATE (Republican)
Paul Collins Broun: 57,615, 9.7%
Arthur A. “Art” Gardner: 5,522, 0.9%
J.P. “Phil” Gingrey: 59,777, 10.1%
Derrick E. Grayson: 5,841, 1.0%
Karen C. Handel: 129,313, 21.8%
J.H. “Jack” Kingston: 154,104, 26.0%
David A. Perdue: 181,427, 30.6%
Perdue and Kingston in runoff
155 of 159 counties reporting

U.S. SENATE (Democratic)
O. “Steen” Miles: 32,680, 10.8%
M. Michelle Nunn: 222,834, 75.4%
Branko “Rad” Radulovacki: 10,147, 3.4%
Todd Anthony Robinson: 30,161, 10.2%
155 of 159 counties reporting

GOVERNOR (Republican)
John D. Barge: 65,311, 11.2%
J. Nathan Deal (i): 421,660, 72.1%
David E. Pennington III: 97,813, 16.8%
155 of 159 counties reporting

SECRETARY OF STATE (Democratic)
Gerald B. Beckum: 83,044, 31.5%
Doreen Carter: 180,860, 68.5%
155 of 159 counties reporting

STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT (Republican)
Mary Kay Bacallao: 70,547, 15.4%
Ashley D. Bell: 69,224, 15.1%
Michael L. “Mike” Buck: 90,146, 19.6%
Sharyl H. Dawes: 25,057, 5.5%
Allen Bowles Fort: 29,068, 6.3%
Nancy T. Jester: 48,391, 10.5%
T. Fitz Johnson: 35,196, 7.7%
Kira G. Willis: 14,302, 3.1%
Richard L. Woods: 77,550, 16.9%
Buck and Woods in runoff
155 of 159 counties reporting

STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT (Democratic)
Tarnisha L. Dent: 36,699, 13.7%
Marion Spencer “Denise” Freeman: 50,177, 18.7%
Jurita Forehand Mays: 15,184, 5.7%
Alisha Thomas Morgan: 70,707, 26.4%
R. “Rita” Robinzine: 9,568, 3.6%
Valarie D. Wilson: 85,574, 31.9%
Wilson and Morgan in runoff
155 of 159 counties reporting

U.S. CONGRESS

District 2 (Republican)
Vivian Childs: 7,214, 30.6%
Gregory “Greg” Duke: 16,337, 69.4%
All precincts reporting

District 10 (Republican)
Mike Collins: 17,108, 32.98%
Gary Gerrard: 3,826, 7.4%
Jody Hice: 17,378, 33.5%
Donna Sheldon: 7,960, 15.3%
Stephen Simpson: 2,420, 4.7%
Brian Slowinski: 1,024, 2.0%
Mitchell Swan: 2,160, 4.2%
Hice and Collins in runoff
24 of 25 counties reporting

District 12 (Republican)
Rick Allen: 25,007, 54.0%
Delvis Dutton: 6,614, 14.3%
John Stone: 5,811, 12.6%
Diane Vann: 1,233, 2.7%
Eugene Yu: 7,655, 16.5%
18 of 19 counties reporting

STATE SENATE

District 18 (Republican)
John F. Kennedy: 9,196, 56.7%
Spencer T. Price: 7,015, 43.3%
All precincts reporting

District 26 (Democratic)
David Lucas (i): 9,678, 62.5%
Miriam Paris: 5,799, 37.5%
All precincts reporting

STATE HOUSE

District 141 (Republican)
Bradley Moriarty: 827, 11.8%
Allen Peake (i): 6,155, 88.2%
All precincts reporting

District 142 (Democratic)
Gerald Harvey: 1,896, 42.1%
Nikki Randall (i): 2,609, 57.9%
All precincts reporting

District 143 (Democratic)
James Beverly (i): 3,389, 66.6%
Lonzy Edwards: 1,703, 33.4%
All precincts reporting

District 147 (Republican)
Heath Clark: 1,544, 53.6
Willie Talton (i): 1,339, 46.4%
All precincts reporting

District 148 (Republican)
Buddy Harden (i): 2,629, 70.4%
Randy Head: 1,104, 29.6%
All precincts reporting

DEMOCRATIC BALLOT QUESTIONS

Should Georgia raise the state minimum wage above the current $5.15 an hour?
Yes: 295,774, 94.5%
No: 17,077, 5.5%
155 of 159 counties reporting

Should Georgians’ federal tax dollars be returned to Georgia to fund Medicaid expansion and relieve the indigent care burden on our hospitals?
Yes: 267,884, 87.6%
No: 37,764, 12.4%
155 of 159 counties reporting

Should the Constitution of Georgia be amended to create an independent ethics commission, not tied to the Governor’s office, legislature, or other elected office, to more effectively police potential ethics violations by elected officials?
Yes: 249,640, 84.0%
No: 47,427, 16.0%
155 of 159 counties reporting

Should the Constitution of Georgia be amended to make the education budget Georgia’s first funding priority?
Yes: 257,651, 85.5%
No: 43,605, 14.5%
155 of 159 counties reporting

BALDWIN COUNTY

State Court judge (nonpartisan)
Carl S. Cansino 1,962, 45.2%
Alan Thrower (i) 2,378, 54.8%
All precincts reporting

BIBB COUNTY

BOE, Post 7, at-large (nonpartisan)
James Bumpus: 6,446, 35.4%
Daryl J. Morton: 11,764, 64.6%
All precincts reporting

BOE, Post 8 (nonpartisan)
Wanda West (i): 10,759, 58.0%
Darren J. Latch: 7,783, 42.0%
All precincts reporting

MWA, chairman (nonpartisan)
Sam Hart Sr.: 13,612, 67.4%
David Cousino: 1,353, 6.7%
Stephen Rickman: 5,218, 25.9%
All precincts reporting

MWA, District 1 (nonpartisan)
Dorothy C. Black (i): 2,233, 58.8%
Anissa Monique Jones: 1,567, 41.2%
All precincts reporting

MWA, District 3 (special election) (nonpartisan)
Ed Hatcher: 1,628, 24%
Dwight Jones: 3,868, 57%
Stephen Skalko: 884, 13%
Alan Thiese:405, 6%
All precincts reporting

Civil Court judge (nonpartisan)
William C. Randall (i): 11,093, 57.4%
Emory Christian: 8,234, 42.6%
All precincts reporting

CRAWFORD COUNTY

BOE, District 1 (nonpartisan)
Raymond Dickey (i): 176, 69.8%
Bill Patton: 76, 30.2%
All precincts reporting

HOUSTON COUNTY

BOE, District 6 (nonpartisan)
Sheila Ashley: 4,133, 39.2%
Griff Clements: 3,153, 29.9%
Hoke Morrow: 3,268, 31%
Ashley and Morrow in runoff
All precincts reporting.

BOE Post 7, at-large (special election) (nonpartisan)
Tannya Duncan: 2,985, 28.7%
Robbin Jackson: 985, 9.5%
Andy Rodriguez: 1,740, 16.7%
Bryan Upshaw: 3,425, 32.9%
Doug Wechsler: 1,261, 12.1%
Upshaw and Duncan in runoff
All precincts reporting.

State Court clerk (Republican)
Kendra Simons (i): 5,478, 74.1%
Alyson “Aly” Stuckart: 1,916, 25.9%
All precincts reporting

JONES COUNTY

BOE, District 1 (nonpartisan)
Tony Blash: 91, 10.4%
Richard Cazort: 286, 32.5%
Ken Hamilton: 502, 57.1%
All precincts reporting

BOE, District 3 (nonpartisan)
J.D. Collins: 236, 27.7%
Nancy Nash: 547, 64.1%
Brady Skinner: 70, 8.2%
All precincts reporting

SPLOST question to raise $12 million for six years for a host of projects:
Yes: 1935, 61.6%
No: 1205, 38.4%
All precincts reporting

LAURENS COUNTY

County commissioner, District 4 (Democratic)
Emory C. Bostic: 559, 76.1%
Neal Martin: 176, 23.9%
All precincts reporting

County commissioner, District 4 (Republican)
Tommy H. Daniel (i): 578, 70.7%
Michael Maffett: 240, 29.3%
All precincts reporting

Board of Education, District 1 (nonpartisan)
Stacey Johnson Brooks: 132, 18.3%
Kathryn Beall Sweat: 588, 81.7%
All precincts reporting

Board of Education, District 4 (nonpartisan)
Marcus Clements (i): 649, 47.2%
Brenda McCoy Hilton: 727, 52.8%
All precincts reporting

MONROE COUNTY

County Commission, District 3 (Republican)
Patsy J. Miller (i): 539, 47.7%
John H. Ambrose Sr. 592, 52.3%
All precincts reporting

County Commission, District 4 (Republican)
Joe W. Proctor Sr.: 192, 23.5%
James C. “Jim” Peters: 200, 24.5%
Jarod Lovett: 424, 52.0%
All precincts reporting

PEACH COUNTY

A referendum allowing Sunday sales of packaged beer and wine in Peach County:
Yes: 1,303, 56.6%
No: 1,000, 43.4%
All precincts reporting.

PULASKI COUNTY

Board of Education, District 4 (nonpartisan)
Nancy Kent Young (i): 62, 32.3%
Chris Burch: 130, 67.7%
All precincts reporting

TWIGGS COUNTY

BOE, District 1 (Democratic)
Javarez T. Bryant: 226, 39.6%
Isiah Rouse Jr.: 344, 60.4%
All precincts reporting.

ESPLOST question to raise $4.3 million for schools projects over five years:
Yes: 889, 51.5%
No: 836, 48.5%
All precincts reporting.

WILKINSON COUNTY

County commission chairman (Democratic)
Mark Dupree: 1,247, 63.5%
Michael Gotell: 716, 36.5%
All precincts reporting.

County commissioner, District 2 (Democratic)
James Hagins (i): 248, 57.3%
Tommy Brown Jr.: 185, 42.7%
All precincts reporting.

County commissioner, District 3 (Democratic)
J.M. Howell (i): 325, 74.9%
Darrell Burns: 109, 25.1%
All precincts reporting.

County commissioner, District 4 (Democratic)
John Williams (i): 386, 65.5%
Jonathan Snow: 203, 34.5%
All precincts reporting.

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