UPDATED 7:30 P.M. JUNE 10 — With “hundreds, rather than thousands” of absentee ballots left to tally in contested Fayette County races, one incumbent seems likely to be in the loser’s bracket: Randy Ognio. 29,700 total ballots cast – means 29,700 voters out of 88,758 registered for an actual “turnout” of 33%. In neighboring counties, eight of Spalding County’s 16 precincts had been reported by 10:30. Three incumbent magistrate judges beat back challenges in the non-partisan races that each drew more than 31,000 votes. In November, Maxwell will face Democrat Vickie Butler while Oddo will be opposed by Democrat William Lightle. But then, the AM update says 16,000 absentee ballots were found or something – are they part of the 10,852 (mathematically impossible) or are they in addition to the 10,852? “Elections just posted the second set of results. That’s good and I’m proud of us as a county. I think I’ve got the number thing mostly solved. Numbers remain incomplete, but we are talking hundreds rather than thousands of votes remain at this point. And Maxwell turned back a challenge from political first-timer Sonja Gibson with 78% of the vote. The District 5 at-large BoE post was an uncontested race. Calendar ... 2020 Presidential Primary, ... 2014 State of Georgia General Election Results. He had tallied 1,506 votes (61.82%) to challenger Marcy Westmoreland Sakrison’s 930 votes (38.18%). Hearn has 52% of the vote, and Ognio has 48%. Hearn will face no Democrat challenger in the November general election, so he is in effect the next District 2 commissioner come Jan. 1, 2021. We are a for-profit organization (although you can’t tell it from our P&L). In other local races, the incumbents won, some with smaller margins than others. He got 58% of the vote in a 3-way race against former board member Marion Key and Neil Sullivan. There’s an obvious weakness about the math here. Or maybe the total ballots cast really is 10,852 and the actual vote total shown in each race are smaller because only residents in a district can vote for the candidate in that district. Fayette elections officials counted all day today and went home a little after 6 p.m., according to Fayette County Administrator Steve Rapson. Here are the latest results for Georgia counties F-G from the 2020 primary held on Jun 9, 2020. This primary featured a number of novel difficulties including the novel coronavirus pandemic, novel two-part voting machines (a big touchscreen and a separate printer that produced a paper ballot), and a novel amount of voters who decided to cast thousands of paper absentee ballots for candidates in primaries for the Democrat and Republican parties and in the non-partisan judicial races. Bazemore had 83.79% of the votes and Kincaid had 16.21%. District 63 includes a large section of eastern Fayette County. He is the most honest and hardest working county commissioner we have ever had. I don’t get it. For the price of a cup of coffee or two, you can help secure the future of The Citizen and its local coverage on your behalf. Voter turnout was a little over 12%, with 10,852 ballots cast out of a registered voter total number of 88,758, with many thousands of absentee ballots uncounted. Provisional ballots and military/overseas ballots have until Friday to be received. Lot’s of variables. Could have been bad for all, thanks for a job well done law enforcement. Lee Hearn led Ognio by a little over a hundred votes, 51.7% to 48.3%. Pretty good math isn’t it? Contributions are NOT tax-deductible. To be honest, although it is kind of silly to say that Biden is "killing" unborn babies, which are just…, Guns have already been introduced into the peaceful protests/riots with looting. 26,852 turnout gives us a % of 30% which is actually pretty good – better than 12%. Ognio may be behind at the time of the tallies reported last night. Washington Court House & Hillsboro's Great Country, Washington Court House & Hillsboro's Great Country, Advertise on Buckeye Country 105.5, Get Results, Advertise with Buckeye Country 105.5, Get Results. The one exception was a third rematch between incumbent Fayette County Commissioner Randy Ognio and former commissioner Lee Hearn. By Newsroom Nov 4, 2020. At some point someone will produce…, Perhaps America could go to war with itself again over this election. (includes northwest slice of Peachtree City north of Ga. Highway 54 and west of Hwy. And the three incumbent magistrate judges were victorious in their non-partisan races. “Elections just posted the second set of results. They are very close to completing, however, the volunteer Voter Review Panel decided to go home and resume tomorrow. See the tallies below. Glad I could help. Georgia results for the 2020 presidential election, special election, Senate and House races, and key ballot measures. I’m embarrassed. However, incumbent Democrat District 63 Rep. Debra Bazemore is being challenged in the Democrat Primary by Kenneth “Ken” Kincaid. The Republicans have won the popular vote…, You forgot to mention the members of the anti-government militia group Wolverine Watchmen, who were arrested by the FBI just…, Considerations for re-opening Fayette schools: Masks, 1-way halls, box lunches in distanced classrooms, June 11 pandemic report: New cases increasing — 4 more in Fayette, 12 more in Coweta. The 29,700 is made up of the 10,852 from the first report, 16,000 absentee and mail in and maybe military (from the updated report) and 2 or 3,000 extra votes that are so far without a designation. Thought my vote didn’t matter, that all incumbents were secure (because they are all doing a fine job), But I was wrong. The Fayette County Sheriff will remain incumbent Vernon Stanforth. Locally-produced, up-to-date news about Fayette County and its cities has never been more important. Fayette primary outcome: Commissioner Ognio loses reelection bid, Stay Up-to-Date on What’s Fun and Important in Fayette. ELECTION DAY SCHEDULE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. All Polling Locations Open Countywide. Oddo won the District 5 at-large post with 70% of the vote, turning back Ann Wittenberg and William “Bill” Yarde. In Coweta, the Georgia House of Representatives District 71 Republican Primary was shaping up to be a runaway for the incumbent Philip Singleton. Nearly two days after voters made their final choices, the vote counting has concluded. Controversy over a new Booth Middle School site and its cost apparently didn’t matter to most of Scott Hollowell’s supporters in the Board of Education District 3 Republican contest. Election estimates we have between 6,000 to 8,000 votes remaining to be counted since we had a heavy influx of ballots coming in all day yesterday until 7 p.m. We hope to have something finalized by the end of the day,” Rapson said earlier today. Todd Stapleton. Fayette County Board of Education member Scott Hollowell won without a runoff in a three-way race. And some hope for Randy Ognio. If not maybe things are not as bad as we thought. Speaking of that, I question the poor turnouts reported in the past – like the 9% that produced our second-worst mayor.
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