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NORTH GEORGIA ELECTION RESULTS

Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019

 

CATOOSA COUNTY

Ringgold

Mayor

Tony Hullender 172

Paul Lee 55

Nick Millwood 405

City council (Three seats up for election)

Sara Clark 366

Jake Haynes 299

Charlie Lamar 233

Donald Pangle 144

Ray Reavely 145

Rhonda Swaney 330

 

Fort Oglethorpe

Mayor

Earl Gray 523

Louis Hamm 215

City council (Two seats up for election)

Melissa Jacks 312

Rhonda James 432

Derek Rogers 668

Also on the ballot: Catoosa County residents voted on a proposal to lower the Catoosa County School District's ad valorem taxes for residents who are 65 and older whose income does not exceed $30,000 a year. The proposal passed with 2,271 votes for and 164 votes against. Senior citizens who meet the criteria will see a $40,000 reduction in the assessed value of their homes, which will reduce or eliminate their school property taxes.

 

CHATTOOGA COUNTY

Summerville 

City council (Three seats up for election)

Council Seat 3

Kristy Lowe Dennis 135

Lorraine Roberts 29

Council Seat 4

Joe Money, Jr. 145

Council Seat 5

Zachary Martin 150

 

DADE COUNTY

Trenton

Mayor

Joseph Alex Case 226

Street Commissioner

Monda Wooten 202

Fire and Utilities commissioner

Careyee Bell 74

Cody Doyle 66

Lucretia Houts 190

 

GORDON COUNTY

Calhoun

Mayor

James Palmer 913

City council (Two seats are up for election)

Jackie Palazzolo 830

Al Edwards 771

Judy Peterson 328

School board (Two seats are up for election)

Eddie Reeves 869

Becky Gilbert George 672

Don Hood 393

 

Resaca

Mayor

Mitch Reed 23

Nathan Wyatt 76

Town council (Two seats are up for election)

Todd Rutledge 76

Ben Niles 57

Christopher Cunningham 31

 

Plainville

Mayor

James Miller 32

Taylor Payne 13

City council (Two seats are up for election)

Ray Black 40

Clark Bunch 42

 

Fairmount

Mayor

Steve Brannon 127

Harry Pierce 62

City council (Two seats are up for election)

John Holsomback 148

Billy Mauldin 150

 

WALKER COUNTY

Chickamauga

Mayor

Chester Ray Crowder 318

City council (Two seats up for election)

Daymon Garrett 260

Lee Miller 263

James D. Powell 92

School board (Three seats up for election)

David Pender Askew 284

Grant Parrish 283

Cindy Solomon Roberts 302

Also on the ballot: The city of Chickamauga asked residents whether or not the city should be allowed to start issuing permits and licenses to businesses that would be able to sell liquor by the drink on Sundays. The measure passed with 242 yes votes and 111 no votes.

 

Rossville

Mayor

Gary Anderson 175

Teddy Harris 199

City council (Two seats up for election)

Hal Gray 231

Michael Hicks 202

Anthony Robinson 70

Larry Rose 135

Also on the ballot: Rossville voters were asked to vote on whether or not businesses should be allowed to sell liquor and alcohol on Sundays, and more specifically during the hours of 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Rossville called it the "Sunday Brunch Beverage Sales" measure on the official ballot. Voters passed the sales measure with 268 yes votes and 107 no votes. They passed the hours measure with 262 yes votes and 117 no votes.

 

WHITFIELD COUNTY

Dalton

Mayor

Dennis Mock 1,389

David Pennington 1,400

City council (Two seats up for election)

Derek Waugh 2,200

Tyree Goodlett 2,157

Board of Education (Three seats up for election)

Jody McClurg 2,326

John "Tulley" Johnson 2,211

Pablo Perez 749

Sam Sanders 1,681

 

Varnell

City council (Three seats up for election)

David Owens 78

Sandy Pangle 148

Clyde Williams 186

Richard Lowe 118

Bob Roche 104

 

Cohutta

Town council (Two seats up for election)

Nick Conner 55

J. Shane Kornberg 88

Andy Lopez 85

Shelia Rose 63

All results are unofficial until certified, and provisional ballots are still outstanding in some races.

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