Here is how Echols County voted in Tuesday’s General Primary:

Democratic Primary

Echols County Board of Education Post 2

• Florence Staten (I) — 100 percent or 49 votes  

United States Senate

• R.J. Hadley — 27.27 percent or 15 votes

• Michael “Mike” Thurmond — 72.73 percent or 40 votes

Governor

• Thurbert Baker — 5.17 percent or 3 votes

• Roy E. Barnes — 60.34 percent or 35 votes

• Bill Bolton — 6.9 percent or 4 votes

• Carl Camon — 6.9 percent or 4 votes

• Randal Mangham — 0 percent or 0 votes

• DuBose Porter — 12.07 percent or 7 votes

• David Poythress — 8.62 percent or 5 votes

Lieutenant Governor

• TriciaCarpenter McCracken — 45.1 percent or 23 votes

• Carol Porter — 54.9 percent or 28 votes

Secretary of State

• Gail Buckner — 28.3 percent or 15 votes

• Gary Horlacher — 20.75 percent or 11 votes

• Michael Mills — 37.74 percent or 20 votes

• Angela Moore — 5.66 percent or 3 votes

• Georganna Sinkfield — 7.55 percent or 4 votes

Attorney General

• Ken Hodges — 84.91 percent or 45 votes

• Rob Teilhet — 15.09 percent or 8 votes

State School Superintendent

• Beth Farokhi — 27.27 percent or 15 votes

• Joe Martin — 63.64 percent or 35 votes

• Brian Westlake — 9.09 percent or 5 votes

Commissioner of Insurance

• Mary Squires — 100 percent or 42 votes

Commissioner of Agriculture

• J.B. Powell — 100 percent or 46 votes

Commissioner of Labor

• Terry Coleman — 58.18 percent or 32 votes

• Darryl Hicks — 41.82 percent or 23 votes

United States House of Representatives District 1

• Oscar L. Harris II — 100 percent or 46 votes

Georgia House Representatives District 174

• Ellis Black (I) — 100 percent or 50 votes

Public Service Commissioner

• Keith Moffett — 100 percent or 43 votes

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Republican Primary

Echols County Board of Education Post 1

• John Corbett (I) — 100 percent or 86 votes

United States Senate

• Johnny Isakson (I) — 100 percent or 71 votes

Governor

• Jeff Chapman — 7.53 percent or 7 votes

• Nathan Deal — 7.53 percent or 7 votes

• Karen Handel — 35.48 percent or 33 votes

• Eric Johnson — 10.75 percent or 10 votes

• Ray McBerry — 5.38 percent or 5 votes

• John W. Oxendine — 33.33 percent or 31 votes

• Otis Putnam — 0 percent or 0 votes

Lieutenant Governor

• L.S. Casey Cagle (I) — 100 percent or 75 votes

Secretary of State

• Brian P. Kemp (I) — 54.02 percent or 47 votes

• Doug MacGinnitie — 45.98 percent or 40 votes

Attorney General

• Sam Olens — 19.23 percent or 15 votes

• Preston W. Smith — 41.03 percent or 32 votes

• Max Wood — 39.74 percent or 31 votes

State School Superintendent

• John D. Barge — 24.44 percent or 22 votes

• Richard Woods — 38.89 percent or 35 votes

Commissioner of Insurance

• Dennis Cain — 24.69 percent or 20 votes

• Rick Collum — 6.17 percent or 5 votes

• Seth Harp — 4.94 percent or 4 votes

• Ralph T. Hudgens — 8.64 percent or 7 votes

• Tom Knox — 16.05 percent or 13 votes

• John Mamalakis — 0 percent or 0 votes

• Stephen Dale Northington — 2.47 percent or 2 votes

• Gerry Purcell — 11.11 percent or 9 votes

• Maria Sheffield — 25.93 percent or 21 votes

Commissioner of Agriculture

• Gary Black — 67.39 percent or 62 votes

• Darwin Carter — 32.61 percent or 30 votes

Commissioner of Labor

• Mark Butler — 69.51 percent or 57 votes

• Melvin Everson — 30.49 percent or 25 votes

United States House of Representatives District 1

• Jack Kingston (I) — 100 percent or 82 votes

Georgia Senate District 7

• Greg Goggans — 100 percent or 85 votes

Public Service Commissioner

• B. Joseph “Joey” Brush — 7.32 percent or 6 votes

• John Douglas — 8.54 percent or 7 votes

• Tim Echols — 67.07 percent or 55 votes

• Jeff May — 17.07 percent or 14 votes

Echols County has 1,583 registered voters. During the July 20 General Primary, 158 of them, or 9.98 percent, cast ballots.

Note: Results are unofficial at this time.

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