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ELECTION RESULTS
MARION COUNTY

   In Marion County, a total of 3,646 voters cast ballots, representing 74.21% of the county's 4,913 registered voters. Unofficial results are below.
   Marion County Sheriff Derrell Neal (D) was reelected. He received 2,399 votes (66.44%), to win over challenger Michael Kirby (R), who got 1,212 votes (33.56%).
   The county's new County Commissioner At-Large will be Marshall Fontaine. He received 2,352 votes (65.9%), to defeat Clifton Holloman (D), who got 1,217 votes (34.1%).
   County residents voted to give the County Commission the authority to permit Sunday Alcohol Sales (malt beverages and wine between 12:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.), with 2,337 (66.32%) voting "yes" and 1,187 (33.68%) voting "no." This does not mean that stores can immediately sell alcohol on Sundays, but rather that county officials have the option of allowing it.
   Local voters also approved the renewal of the county's 1% sales tax, with 2,281 (66.48%) voting in favor, and 1,150 (33.52%) voting in opposition.
   Marion County's totals in other races of interest were:
   * US President: Donald Trump (R) 2,275 (62.78%) to Joe Biden (D) 1,311 (36.18%).
   * US Senate: David Perdue (R) 2,248 (62.4%) to Jon Ossoff (D) 1,267 (35.2%)
   * US Senate: Kelly Loeffler (R) 1,078 (30.3%); Doug Collins (R) 986 (27.7%); Raphael Warnock (D) 849 (23.9%)
   * US Congress (2nd District): Don Cole 2,092 (58.63%); Sanford Bishop (D) 1,476 (41.37%).
    * State Rep. (138th District): Mike Cheokas (R) 2,304 (64.66%) to Mark Arnett (D) 1,259 (35.34%).

WEBSTER COUNTY

   In Webster County, a total of 1,400 voters cast ballots, representing 82.11% of the county's 1,705 registered voters. Unofficial results are below.
   In the race for Superior Court Clerk, incumbent Chekeidra Crimes (D) was reelected with 749 votes (54.2%), over challenger Ami Roland (R), who got 633 votes (45.8%).
   Webster County's totals in other races of interest were:
   * US President: Donald Trump (R) 748 (53.81%) to Joe Biden (D) 639 (45.97%).
   * US Senate: David Perdue (R) 736 (53.64%) to Jon Ossoff (D) 626 (45.63%)
   * US Senate: Raphael Warnock (D) 443 (32.6%); Doug Collins (R) 362 (26.64%); Kelly Loeffler (R) 324 (23.84%).
   * US House: Sanford Bishop (D) 699 (50.74%) to Don Cole 676 (49.16%).
   * State Rep. (District 151): Gerald Greene (R) 744 (54.71%) to Joyce Barlow (D) 616 (45.29%).
   * State Senate, D-12: Tracy Taylor (R) 673 (51.37%) to Freddie Powell Sims (D) 637 (48.63%).

SCHLEY COUNTY

   In Schley County, a total of 2,283 voters cast ballots, representing 79.22% of the county's 2,882 registered voters. The county's local races were decided in the Primary Election earlier this year, but unofficial results for how the county voted in various races of interest are below.
   * US President: Donald Trump (R) 1,799 (79.11%) to Joe Biden (D) 462 (20.32%).
   * US Senate: David Perdue (R) 1,782 (79.02%) to Jon Ossoff (D) 439 (19.47%)
   * US Senate: Kelly Loeffler (R) 773 (34.76%); Doug Collins (R) 862 (38.76%); Raphael Warnock (D) 315 (14.16%)
   * US Congress (2nd District): Don Cole (R) 1,674 (75.17%); Sanford Bishop (D) 553 (24.83%).
    * State Rep. (138th District): Mike Cheokas (R) 1,780 (79.18%) to Mark Arnett (D) 468 (20.82%).

 

CHATTAHOOCHEE COUNTY

   In Chattahoochee County, a total of 1,591 voters cast ballots, representing 37.3% of the county's 4,260 registered voters. Unofficial results are below.
   The county's local races were decided in the Primary Election earlier this year, but unofficial results for how the county voted in various races of interest are below.
   * US President: Donald Trump (R) 878 (55.6%) to Joe Biden (D) 666 (42.18%).
   * US Senate: David Perdue (R) 848 (54.96%) to Jon Ossoff (D) 635 (41.15%)
   * US Senate: Raphael Warnock (D) 409 (26.71%); Kelly Loeffler (R) 387 (25.28%); Doug Collins (R) 371 (24.23%).
   * US Congress (2nd District): Don Cole 811 (53.18%; Sanford Bishop (D) 714 (46.82%).
    * State Rep. (138th District): Mike Cheokas (R) 856 (57.03%) to Mark Arnett (D) 645 (42.97%).