Valdosta Daily Times

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November 5, 2008

Election results county by county: Berrien, Brooks, Cook, Echols and Lanier

Results from the 2008 General Election Tuesday are in for opposed races in Berrien, Brooks, Cook, Echols, and Lanier counties.

Absentee and provisional ballots remain outstanding.

Tuesday’s election results will remain unofficial until certified Friday.



Berrien County — Sheriff

Anthony Heath (I) (R) 69.05 percent

Tim King (D) 30.87



Commission, Post 1

Pearlene Daniels 25.83 percent

Dick Perryman 46.93 percent

Pat Sutton (I) 27.05 percent



Commission, Post 2

Steve Roberts (I) (R) 58.57 percent

Greg McCellan (D) 41.31 percent



Commission, Post 5

Steve Sumner (R) 55.17 percent

James Griner (I) (D) 44.79 percent



Board of Education, District 1

Henry Ford (R) 50.38 percent

Debbie Hendley (D) 49.62 percent



City Council Nashville, Post 1

Pearlene Daniels 25.83 percent

Dick Perryman 46.93 percent

Pat Sutton (I) 27.05 percent



City Council Nashville, Post 2

Antonio Carter 48.64 percent

Darrin Davis 51.15 percent



City Council Nashville, Post 3

Eric Gaither 49.45 percent

Bill Turner (I) 50.16 percent



Mayor — Alapaha

Greg Hall 44.81 percent

Waymond Smith (I) 54.01 percent



Echols County — Sheriff

Dale Spivey (R) 12.05 percent

Randy Courson (I) (D) 76.33 percent



Tax Commissioner

Angie Rogers (R) 27.92 percent

Myrna Turner (D) 71.91 percent



Superior Court Judge

Jim Tunison 32.86 percent

Gregory A. Voyles 67.14 percent



Board of Education, Post 3

James J. Barrett Sr. 35.13 percent

Chester Register (I) 64.87 percent



Board of Education, Post 4

Michelle Davis Rewis 28.17 percent

Richard Hendley (I) 46.51 percent

Mitch Lehman 25.32 percent



Brooks County — Commission, District 4

Howard Lawson (I) (D) 59.21 percent

Gerald C. Colden (Ind.) 40.71 percent



Superior Court Judge

Jim Tunison 69.14 percent

Gregory A. Voyles 30.71 percent



Probate Court Judge

Jo Ann K. Collins (I) 46.56 percent

Bill Rogers 11.77 percent

Donna Swann 41.60 percent



Cook County – Probate Court Judge

Runoff scheduled for Dec. 2 between Vicki S. Parrish (D) and C. Daughtrey (Ind.)



Sheriff

Audie C. Rowe (R) 31.74 percent

Johnny Daughtrey (D) 67.98 percent



Commission, District 2

Michael Dinnerman (I) (D) 54.51 percent

Fred Byrd (R) 45.49 percent



Commission, District 3

Jeff Lane (I) (D) 66.52 percent Tim E. Giddens (R) 33.48 percent



Board of Education, District 4

Danny Emrich (I) (R) 48.34 percent

Tina T. Revels (D) 51.66 percent



Lanier County



All races were unopposed.

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