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McDuffie County May 2014 election results

MCDUFFIE COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

Here are the election results for McDuffie County. Click on the links below for U.S. House and Georgia Senate and House races, or check the table below for local election results.

U.S. House District 10

Georgia Senate District 23

Georgia House District 128

Georgia House District 121

LOCAL PARTISAN ELECTIONS

 

County Commissioner District 1, Seat A (Democratic Primary) No Republicans running.

(7 out of 7 precincts reporting)

  VOTES PERCENT
Sammie Wilson Sr. (incumbent)  525 100% 
 

County Commissioner District 1, Seat B (Democratic Primary) No Republicans running.

(7 out of 7 precincts reporting)

  VOTES PERCENT
Frederick Favors (incumbent)  215 100% 
NONPARTISAN GENERAL ELECTION
 

County Board of Education District 1

(7 out of 7 precincts reporting)

  VOTES PERCENT
Bea Hart-Moss (incumbent)  816 100% 
 

County Board of Education District 3

(2 out of 2 precincts reporting)

  VOTES PERCENT
Richard H. Downs  130 29.35% 
Jarvis Jerome McNair  186  41.99% 
James Taylor Jr.  127  28.67% 
 

County Board of Education District 7  

(4 out of 4 precincts reporting)

  VOTES PERCENT
Bill Hopkins 535 74.83%
Mary L. Lowe 115 16.08%
Chris T. Tutt 65 9.09%
  SPLOST (Shall a one percent sales and use tax be imposed in the special district of McDuffie County for a period of time not to exceed 24 quarters and for the raising of an estimated amount of $23 million for the purpose of (1) funding of projects in McDuffie County; (2) funding of projects in City of Thomson; (3) funding of projects in the Town of Dearing? 
  VOTES PERCENT
YES  1,688 68.04% 
NO  793 31.96% 
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