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Lincoln County May 2014 election results

LINCOLN COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

Here are the election results for Lincoln 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 24

Georgia House District 33

LOCAL PARTISAN ELECTIONS   

(7 out of 7 precincts completely reported)

  County Commissioner District 1 (Democratic Primary) No Republicans running.
  VOTES PERCENT
Shawn Davis  35  15.91%
Nathaniel "Stick" Leverett  61  28.18%
Virginia Tutt Williams  123  55.91%
     
  County Commissioner District 2 (Republican Primary) No Democrats running.
  VOTES PERCENT
Larry Collins  237%  60%
Billy Joe Goldman (incumbent)  158  40%
LOCAL NONPARTISAN ELECTIONS
  Board of Education Chairman
  VOTES PERCENT
Jason Leroy  571  100%
  Board of Education District 3
  VOTES PERCENT
Jamie Cox  240  100%
  Board of Education District 4
  VOTES PERCENT
Michael Fogarty  75  100%
     
     
  Referendum Authorizing Sales of Distilled Spirits
  Shall the governing authority of Lincoln County be authorized to issue licenses to sell distilled spirits for beverage purposes by the drink, such sales to be for consumption only on premises?
  VOTES PERCENT
YES  434  57.67%
NO  287  42.33%
     
REPUBLICAN PARTY QUESTIONS
  "Individuals 62 years of age or over that are resident of each independent school district may claim an additional exemption for one residence from all ad valorem taxes for educational purposes. This exemption may not exceed $50,000 of the homestead's assessed value." Should Lincoln County offer to qualified taxpayers this homestead exemption?
  VOTES PERCENT
YES    
NO    
     
  Should lake people pay Lincoln County property taxes on a higher percentage of their fair market value than property owners off the lake?
  VOTES PERCENT
YES    
NO    
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