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United States Senate
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Johnny Isakson
(Incumbent) Republican

4861

Michael "Mike" Thurmond
Democrat

1914

Chuck Donovan
Libertarian

194

Write-in Votes

1


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Governor
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Nathan Deal
Republican

4552

Roy E. Barnes
Democrat

2270

John H. Monds
Libertarian

156

Write-in Votes

12


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Lieutenant Governor
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

L. S. Casey Cagle
(Incumbent) Republican

4768

Carol Porter
Democrat

1988

Dan Barber
Libertarian

232

Write-in Votes

0


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Secretary of State
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Brian Kemp
(Incumbent) Republican

4824

Georganna Sinkfield
Democrat

1916

David Chastain
Libertarian

236

Write-in Votes

0


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Attorney General
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Sam Olens
Republican

4531

Ken Hodges
Democrat

2220

Don Smart
Libertarian

193

Write-in Votes

1


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Commissioner of Agriculture
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Gary Black
Republican

4804

J.B. Powell
Democrat

2002

Kevin Cherry
Libertarian

164

Write-in Votes

1


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Commissioner of Insurance
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Ralph T. Hudgens
Republican

4750

Mary Squires
Democrat

2009

Shane Bruce
Libertarian

198

Write-in Votes

3


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State School Superintendent
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

John D. Barge
Republican

4683

Joe Martin
Democrat

2059

Kira Griffiths Willis
Libertarian

239

Write-in Votes

3


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Commissioner of Labor
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Mark Butler
Republican

4795

Darryl Hicks
Democrat

1996

Will Costa
Libertarian

164

Write-in Votes

0


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Public Service Commissioner
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Tim Echols
Republican

4842

Keith Moffett
Democrat

1941

James "Jim" Sendelbach
Libertarian

173

Write-in Votes

0


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U.S. Representative in 112th Congress
From the 1st Congressional District of Georgia

12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Jack Kingston
(Incumbent) Republican

5239

Oscar L. Harris, II
Democrat

1820

Write-in Votes

6


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State Senator from 7th District
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Greg Goggans
(Incumbent) Republican

5755

Write-in Votes

43


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State Representative in the General Assembly
From the 177th District

12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Mark Hatfield
(Incumbent) Republican

5395

Write-in Votes

80


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District Attorney of the Waycross Judicial Circuit
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Richard Currie
(Incumbent) Democrat

5539

Write-in Votes

45


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Solicitor-General of Ware County
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Joseph Raymond Johnson, Jr.
(Incumbent) Republican

5642

Write-in Votes

30


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County Commissioner District 1
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Carlos J. Nelson
(Incumbent) Democrat

968

Write-in Votes

10


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County Commissioner District 3
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Danny M. Turner
Republican

1417

Write-in Votes

8


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Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia
(To succeed David Nahmias)

12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Tammy Lynn Adkins

1687

David Nahmias
(Incumbent)

3021

Matt Wilson

1029

Write-in Votes

14


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Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia
(To succeed A. Harris Adams)

12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

A. Harris Adams
(Incumbent)

5164

Write-in Votes

23


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Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia
(To succeed Anne Elizabeth Barnes)

12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Anne Elizabeth Barnes
(Incumbent)

5186

Write-in Votes

22


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Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia
(To succeed Edward H. Johnson)

12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

James Babalola

524

Antoinette "Toni" Davis

869

Stan Gunter

1063

Adrieenne Hunter-Strothers

443

Chris McFadden

1120

David N. Schaeffer

1067

Write-in Votes

15


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Judge, Superior Court of the Waycross Judicial Circuit
(To succeed Dwayne H. Gillis)

12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Dwayne H. Gillis
(Incumbent)

5534

Write-in Votes

26


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Board of Education District 4
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Rusty Ganas

962

Write-in Votes

4


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Board of Education District 5
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Bryant H. (Bing) Bower, Jr.
(Incumbent)

387

Denton L. Dial

765

Write-in Votes

0


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Board of Education District 6
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Wilton Jerol DeLoach
(Incumbent)

671

Mark R. Osburn

637

Write-in Votes

8


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Proposed Constitutional Amendment #01
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Allows competitive contracts to be enforced in Georgia courts.
House Resolution No. 178
Ga. L 2010, p. 1260

"Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to make Georgia more economically competitive by authorizing legislation to uphold reasonable competitive agreements?"

YES

3832

NO

2648


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Proposed Constitutional Amendment #02
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Adds $10 tag fee on private passenger vehicles to fund statewide trauma care expansion.
Senate Resolution No. 277
Ga. L. 2010, p. 1260

"Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to impose an annual $10.00 trauma charge on certain passenger motor vehicles in this state for the purpose of funding trauma care?"

YES

2113

NO

4792


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Proposed Constitutional Amendment #03
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Allows the State to execute multiyear contracts for long-term transportation projects.
Senate Resolution No. 821
Ga. L. 2010, p. 1263

"Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to allow the Georgia Department of Transportation to enter into muttiyear construction agreements without requiring appropriations in the current fiscal year for the total amount of payments that would be due under the entire agreement so as to reduce long-term construction costs paid by the state?"

YES

2972

NO

3605


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Proposed Constitutional Amendment #04
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Allows the State to execute multiyear contracts for projects to improve energy efficiency and conservation.
Senate Resolution No. 1231
Ga. L. 2010, p. 1264

Shall the Constitution be amended so as to provide for guaranteed cost savings for the state by authorizing a state entity to enter into multiyear contracts which obligate state funds for energy efficiency or conservation improvement projects?

YES

3444

NO

3110


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Proposed Constitutional Amendment #05
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Allows owners of industrial-zoned property to choose to remove industrial designation from their property.
Senate Resolution No.136
Ga. L. 2010, p. 1259

"Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to allow the owners of real property located in industrial areas to remove the property from the industrial area?"

YES

4053

NO

2481


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Proposed Statewide Referendum A
12 of 12 Precincts Reporting

Provides for inventory of businesses to be exempt from state property tax.
House Bill No. 482
Act No. 138
Ga. L. 2010, p. 674

"Shall the Act be approved which grants an exemption from state ad valorem taxation for inventory of a business?"

YES

3007

NO

3591


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