Monday November 30th, 2015 6:43AM

Results of various county contests

By Staff
UNDATED - Although the general election cycle has been much quieter than the primary and the run-off cycles, there were still some local races on county ballots.

The following numbers represent the unofficial results of those county races:


(100% of precincts reporting)

Sunday sales of alcohol by the drink
Yes 47.57%

No 52.43%


(100% of precincts reporting)


Jud Smith (incumbent) R 78.48%

James Vernard Scott, Sr. D 21.52%



Duane K. Piper R _____

DT Smith R (write in) _____


(partial numbers from all precincts)

Clerk of Court:

Richard T. Alexander, Jr. (incumbent) R 54.52%

Brian Whiteside D 45.48%

County Board of Education, District 1

Carole C. Boyce (incumbent) R 57.56%

Jennah Es-Sudan D 42.44%


(100% precincts reporting)

County Commission, District 1

G.L. "Sonny" James (incumbent) R 78.42%

Bettylee Martin D 21.58%


(100% of precincts reporting)

Sunday alcohol sales

Yes 63.18%

No 36.82%

Sunday liquor by the drink

Yes 63.67%

No 36.33%

Sunday alcohol sales/city of Dahlonega

Yes 73.98%

No 26.02%


(100% or precincts reporting)


Frank Andrews (incumbent) R 55.86%

Shawn T. Wilson D 44.14%


(100% percent precincts reporting)

Freeport Exemption:

Part 1:

Yes 65.97%

No 34.03%

Part 2:

Yes 65.19%

No 34.81%

Part 3:

Yes 61.44%

No 38.56%
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