David Perdue won the United States Senate race over Jack Kingston in Tuesday’s run off election.
Perdue will face Democrat Michelle Nunn in the November General Election.
In the run off on Tuesday, Perdue had 245,723 votes (51 percent) state-wide, while Kingston had 237,190 votes (or 49 percent).
In Jackson County, Perdue was also the top vote-getter with 2,408 votes (59 percent), while Kingston had 1,657 (41 percent).
STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
In the state school superintendent Republican run off, Richard Woods was the state-wide winner with 199,257 votes (50.09 percent), while Michael Buck had 198,531 (49.91 percent).
In Jackson County, Woods was also the top vote-getter with 1,884 votes (53 percent), while buck had 1,664 votes (47 percent).
In the state school superintendent Democrat run off, Valarie Wilson was the state-wide winner with 73,590 votes (54 percent), while Alisha Morgan had 61,725 (46 percent).
In Jackson County, Wilson was also the top vote-getter with 69 votes (56 percent), while Morgan had 54 (44 percent).
Display comments as (Linear | Threaded)
The author does not allow comments to this entry