With eight of eight precincts reporting, but not including provisional ballots. Races with opposition.
STATE SENATE, District 8
Tim Golden, I (R): 3,988 ... 70.34%
Bikram Mohanty (D): 1,682 ... 29.66%
Dennis E. Folsom (R): 2,220 ... 37.26%
Doug Hanks (D): 3,405 ... 57.15%
Anthony Williams (IND): 333 ... 5.59%
Wendy Williams (R): 2,133 ... 36.36%
Donnie Simmons, I (D): 3,734 ... 63.64
COUNTY COMMISSION, District 2
M. Dinnerman, I (R): 685 ... 53.14%
L. Parris (D): 604 ... 46.86%
COUNTY COMMISSION, District 3
Linda W. Meadows (R): 431 ... 41.17%
Jeff B. Lane, I (D): 616 ... 58.83%
AMENDMENT #1, Charter Schools
Yes: 2,466 ... 43.10%
No: 3,256 ... 56.90%
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India demands apology for diplomat’s arrest
India’s information minister lashed out at the United States on Friday and demanded an apology for the treatment of a diplomat who was arrested in New York, saying America cannot behave “atrociously” and get away with it.
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Foul weather threatens to snarl US holiday travel
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‘Duck Dynasty’ fans react to Robertson’s hiatus
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Target security breach affects up to 40 million cards
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Jury acquits Ga. state lawmaker of all charges
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