Gilmer County 2020 General Primary Election Returns (FINAL)

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GILMER COUNTY, Ga – The polls have closed for the June 9 General Primary. To review the unofficial election returns for your local races, see below. Please remember all the results are unofficial until certified by the Secretary of State.

The following results are the unofficial totals for election night as reported by the Gilmer County Probate Office.

COUNTY

Commissioner Post 1

Hubert Parker (R) – 6,316 votes


Board of Education Post One

Michael Parks (Non-partisan) – 4,492 votes

Thomas Ocobock (Non-partisan) – 3,501 votes


Board of Education Post Two 

James E. Parmer (Non-partisan) –  4,001 votes

Joseph Pflueger (Non-partisan) – 4,173 votes


Board of Education Post Three 

Douglas R. Pritchett (Non-partisan) – 7,451 votes


Magistrate Judge 

Ken Roberts (R) – 566 votes

Kevin Johnson (R) – 1,940 votes

Michael Parham (R) – 899 votes

Norman Edward Gibbs III (R) – 1,484 votes

Reagan G. Pritchett (R) – 1,887 votes


Clerk of Superior Court

Amy E. Johnson (R) – 6,394 votes


County Coroner

Beth Arnold (R) – 2,112 votes

Jerry Hensley (R) – 4,857 votes


Probate Judge

Scott C. Chastain (R) – 6,534 votes


Sheriff

Stacy Nicholson (R) – 6,389 votes


Tax Commissioner 

Penney Andruski (R) –  701 votes

Rebecca Marshall (R) – 5,663 votes

Sharla Davis (R) – 643 votes


County Surveyor

Jeffery Vick – 6,414 votes


TSPLOST Vote

Yes – 3,140 votes

No – 5,532 votes 

 

9th District Representatives

Devin Pandy (D) – 347 votes

Brooke Siskin (D) – 490 votes

Dan Wilson (D) – 308 votes

Michael Boggus (R) – 266 votes

Paul Broun (R) – 399 votes

Andrew Clyde (R) – 1,281 votes

Matt Gurtler (R) – 1,488 votes

Maria Strickland (R) – 370 votes

Kevin Tanner (R) – 1,524 votes

Ethan Underwood (R) – 546 votes

Kellie Weeks (R) – 366 votes

John Wilkinson (R) – 393 votes

 

To see the state election returns, click here.

Run-off elections will be held on August 11 if needed. The General Election is scheduled for November 3 as well as the jungle primary for Senator Kelly Loeffler’s seat.

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