2010-11-03 / Breaking News

Election Results

 The election results for Miller County will be available on our website as they become available. Anyone may log on to the Miller County Liberal website to find out the results.

For United States Senate

Johnny Isakson - 1293

Michael "Mike" Thurmond - 512

Chuck Donovan - 41

 

For Governor

Nathan Deal - 1168

Roy E. Barnes - 694

John H. Monds - 30

 

For Lieutenant Governor

L. S. Casey Cagle - 1233

Carol Porter - 558

Dan Barber - 55

 

For Secretary of State

Brian Kemp - 1301

Georganna Sinkfield - 496

David Chastain - 45

 

For Attorney General

Sam Olens - 971

Ken Hodges - 842

Don Smart - 48

 

For Commissioner of Agriculture

Gary Black - 1313

J. B. Powell - 518

Kevin Cherry - 37

 

For Commissioner of Insurance

Ralph T. Hudgens - 1296

Mary Squires - 506

Shane Bruce - 47

 

For State School Superintendent

John D. Barge - 1191

Joe Martin - 613

Kira Griffiths Willis - 48

 

For Commissioner of Labor

Mark Butler - 1244

Darryl Hicks - 530

Will Costa - 42

 

 

For Public Service Commissioner

Tim Echols - 1253

Keith Moffett - 524

James "Jim" Sendelbach - 42

 

For U.S. Representative in 112th 

Congress From the 2nd Congressional 

District of Georgia

Mike Keown - 1382

Sanford Bishop - 555

 

For County Board of Education

District 2

Bob Eldridge - 165

Vicki Merritt - 157

 

For County Board of Education 

District 4

Renza "Coach" Israel - 355

Sheila P. Freeman - 102

 

 

NON PARTISAN ELECTION

 

For Justice, Supreme Court 

of Georgia

Tammy Lynn Adkins - 534

David Nahmias - 660

Matt Wilson - 268

 

For Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia

James Babalola - 186

Antoinette "Toni" Davis - 166

Stan Gunter - 196

Adrienne Hunter-Strothers - 97

Chris McFadden - 386

David N. Schaeffer - 211

 

PROPOSED 

CONSTITUTIONAL 

AMENDMENTS

 

Amendment 1

Allows competitive contracts to be enforced in Georgia courts.

 

Yes - 1005

 

No - 668

 

Amendment 2

Adds $10 tag fee on private passenger vehicles to fun statewide trauma care expansion.

 

Yes - 552

 

No - 1277

 

Amendment 3

Allows the State to execute multiyear contracts for long-term transportation projects.

 

Yes - 685

 

No - 1011

 

Amendment 4

Allows the State to execute multiyear contracts for projects to improve energy efficiency and conservation.

 

Yes - 857

 

No - 847

 

Amendment 5

Allows owners of industrial-zoned property to choose to remove industrial designation from their property.

 

Yes - 933

 

No - 744

 

 

PROPOSED STATEWIDE REFERENDUM

 

Provides for inventory of businesses to be exempt from state property tax.

 

Yes - 800

 

No - 941

 

 

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