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Thursday May 7th, 2015 5:47AM

White County election results

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


11 OF 11 PRECINCTS REPORTING


WHITE COUNTY REPUBLICAN BALLOT


U.S. CONGRESS 9TH DISTRICT

Doug Collins 24.12

Roger Fitzpatrick 45.87

Martha Zoller 30.01



COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 1

Terry Goodger (incumbent) 75.17

Carol Bynum Powell 24.83



COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4

Craig Bryant (incumbent) 57.10

Chris Nonnemaker 42.90



COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN

Robin Churchwell 48.67

Kendyl Brock Hunter (incumbent) 51.33


COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 1

Jon Estes 42.38

Jay Westmoreland (incumbent) 57.62



T-SPLOST

YES 20.45

NO 79.55


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