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Saturday August 29th, 2015 11:41PM

Gwinnett County primary runoff election results

By Staff
The following results represent the latest raw numbers from the Gwinnett County Elections Office. These returns have not been certified by the Georgia Secretary of State's Office.


156 of 156 PRECINCTS REPORTING

GWINNETT COUNTY REPUBLICAN BALLOT


COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3

Mike Beaudreau (incumbent) 4521 (49.69%)

Tommy Hunter 4577 (50.31%)



SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE (NON-PARTISAN)

Tracey Mason Blasi 6550 (30.17%)

Kathy Schrader 15161 (69.83%)



STATE COURT JUDGE (NON-PARTISAN)

Emily Brantley 12607 (59.62%)

Pam Britt 8537 (40.38%)



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