Valdosta Daily Times

Election 2010

July 21, 2010

UPDATE: Brooks County releases new election numbers

QUITMAN — Editor’s Note: Brooks County released a second set of election results after deadline on Tuesday. An additional 979 votes are included in the results that follow, changing the outcome of the some of the races.

Democratic Primary

Brooks County Board of Commissioners District 1

• Edward Joe Deallaume — 8.38 percent or 31 votes

• Bruce Echols — 10 percent or 37 votes  

• Joe Wingate — 58.38 percent or 216 votes

• David W. Ragsdale (I) — 23.24 percent or 86 votes

Brooks County Board of Commissioners District 2

• S.L. Jones (I) — 53.46 percent or 247 votes

• Herb Mason — 46.54 percent or 215 votes

Brooks County Board of Commissioners District 3

• Claude Butler (I) — 34.1 percent or 266 votes

• Willie Cody Sr. — 65.9 percent or 514 votes  

Brooks County Board of Education District 2

• Larry Cunningham (I) — 100 percent or 333 votes

Brooks County Board of Education District 4

• Myra A. Exum (I) — 45.87 percent or 272 votes

• Linda Troutman — 54.13 percent or 321 votes

Brooks County Board of Education At-Large

• Gary Rentz (I) — 42.27 percent or 1,135 votes  • Elizabeth Thomas — 57.73 percent or 1,550 votes

United States Senate

• R.J. Hadley — 22.18 percent or 433 votes

• Michael “Mike” Thurmond — 77.82 percent or 1,519 votes

Governor

• Thurbert Baker — 21.64 percent or 480 votes

• Roy E. Barnes — 55.28 percent or 1,226 votes

• Bill Bolton — 2.57 percent or 57 votes

• Carl Camon — 4.87 percent or 108 votes

• Randal Mangham — 1.31 percent or 29 votes

• DuBose Porter — 3.34 percent or 74 votes

• David Poythress — 11 percent or 244 votes

Lieutenant Governor

• TriciaCarpenter McCracken — 41.01 percent or 730 votes

• Carol Porter — 58.99 percent or 1,050 votes

Secretary of State

• Gail Buckner — 36.49 percent or 675 votes

• Gary Horlacher — 7.89 percent or 146 votes

• Michael Mills — 18.92 percent or 350 votes

• Angela Moore — 24.16 percent or 447 votes

• Georganna Sinkfield — 12.54 percent or 232 votes

Attorney General

• Ken Hodges — 84.29 percent or 1,433 votes

• Rob Teilhet — 15.71 percent or 267 votes

State School Superintendent

• Beth Farokhi — 25.04 percent or 445 votes

• Joe Martin — 58.58 percent or 1,041 votes

• Brian Westlake — 16.38 percent or 291 votes

Commissioner of Insurance

• Mary Squires — 100 percent or 1,491 votes

Commissioner of Agriculture

• J.B. Powell — 100 percent or 1,532 votes

Commissioner of Labor

• Terry Coleman — 50.73 percent or 871 votes

• Darryl Hicks — 49.27 percent or 846 votes

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