The Vote 2020
Results are from 3:00 a.m. EST on June 10, 2020.

 

President – Democrat

  • Joe Biden – 83.4% **
  • Bernie Sanders – 10.5%

U.S. Senate – Democrat

  • Jon Ossoff – 48.6%
  • Teresa Tomlinson – 14.9%
  • Sarah Riggs Amico – 13.2%
  • Maya Dillard Smith – 10.2%
  • James Knox – 5.1%
  • Marckeith DeJesus – 4.7%
  • Tricia Carpenter McCracken – 3.4%

U.S. House of Representatives – 7th District – Democrat

  • Carolyn Bourdeaux – 46%*
  • Brenda Lopez Romero – 14%*
  • Nabilah Islam – 13%
  • Rashid Malik – 11%
  • John Eaves – 8%
  • Zahra Karinshak – 7%

U.S. House of Representatives – 7th District – Republican

  • Rich McCormick – 55%**
  • Renee Unterman – 17%
  • Mark Gonsalves – 8%
  • Eugene Yu – 6%
  • Lisa Babbage – 6%
  • Lynne Homrich – 6%
  • Zachary Kennemore – 2%

U.S. House of Representatives – 10th District – Democrat

  • Tabitha Johnson-Green – 68%**
  • Andrew Ferguson – 32%

Georgia Public Service Commissioner – District 4 – Democrat

  • Daniel Blackman – 72%**
  • John Noel – 28%

Georgia Supreme Court (Warren’s Seat)

  • Sarah Warren (Incumbent) – 78%**
  • Hal Moroz – 22%

Georgia State Senate – 9th District – Democrat

  • Nikki Merritt – 43.8%*
  • Gabe Okoye – 29.5%*
  • Cheryle Moses – 26.7%

Georgia State Senate – 45th District – Democrat

  • Matielyn Jones – 61.2%**
  • Ernie Anaya – 24.1%
  • Richard Smith – 14.7%

Georgia State Senate – 45th District – Republican

  • Clint Dixon – 59.2%**
  • Sammy Baker – 31.9%
  • Noemi Puntier – 8.8%

Georgia House – 103rd District – Republican

  • Timothy Barr (Incumbent) – 62.9%**
  • Derrick McCollum – 31.6%
  • Donald Schmidt – 5.5%

Georgia House – 104th District – Democrat

  • Nakita Hemingway – 68.2%**
  • Andrea Stephenson – 31.8%

Gwinnett County Commission Chair – Democrat

  • Nicole Love Hendrickson – 49.6%
  • Desmond A. Nembhard – 16.1%
  • Lee Thompson Jr. – 13.4%
  • Curt Thompson – 12.3%
  • Andy Morgan – 8.6%

Gwinnett County Commission Chair – Republican

  • David Post – 57%
  • Marcia L. Neaton – 26.2%
  • George Awuku – 16.8%

Gwinnett County District Attorney – Democrat

  • Patsy Austin-Gatson – 58.4%
  • Wesley “Wes” Person – 41.6%

Gwinnett County Commission – District 1 – Republican

  • Laurie McClain – 77.1%
  • Jacqueline Tseng – 22.9%

Gwinnett County Commission – District 3 – Democrat

  • Derrick J. Wilson – 37.9%
  • John Henry Moye Jr. – 17.7%
  • Jasper Watkins III – 17.5%
  • Justin Walsh – 14.8%
  • Roger Marmol – 12.1%

Gwinnett County Commission – District 3 – Republican

  • Ben Archer – 48.8%
  • Matt Dereimer – 26.8%
  • Kim Walker – 24.4%

Gwinnett County Sheriff – Democrat

  • Curtis Clemons – 32.0%
  • Keybo Taylor – 30.5%
  • Benjamin J. Haynes – 21.8%
  • Floyd Scott – 15.6%

Gwinnett County Sheriff – Republican

  • Luis “Lou” Solis Jr. – 62.2%
  • Keith Van Nus – 37.8%

Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner – Democrat

  • Tiffany Porter – 44.8%
  • Regina M. Carden – 39.0%
  • Maureen McIvor – 16.3%

Gwinnett County State Court Judge

  • Shawn Bratton (Incumbent) – 64.6%
  • Matt Miller – 35.4%

Gwinnett County State Court Judge

  • Tamela Adkins – 60.3%
  • Randy Rich (Incumbent) – 39.7%

Gwinnett County State Court Judge

  • Kathryn “Kathy” Schrader (Incumbent) – 37.8%
  • Deborah R. Fluker – 21.4%
  • B.T. Parker – 17.9%
  • Christa Kirk – 12.6%
  • Kelly Kautz – 10.2%

Gwinnett County Board of Education – District 1 – Democrat

  • Segun Adeyina – 50.5%
  • Karen Watkins – 49.5%

Hall County Sheriff – Republican

  • Gerald Couch (Incumbent) – 73.1%**
  • Mitch Taylor – 16.6%
  • Kris Hall – 8.7%
  • David P. Williams – 1.6%

Hall County Commissioner At-Large – Republican

  • Richard Higgins (Incumbent) – 60.3%**
  • Judy D. Sartain – 25.1%
  • Bobby Banks – 14.6%

Hall County Commission – District 2

  • Billy Powell (Incumbent) – 66.3%**
  • David Gibbs IV – 33.7%

Hall County Superior Court Clerk – Republican

  • Charles Baker (Incumbent) – 58.5%**
  • Brad Rounds – 18.1%
  • Jennifer Garrett Gibbs – 17.2%
  • Laura Stiner – 6.2%

* Top two candidates will face a runoff election on August 11, 2020.

** Clinched party nomination.  Will run in the Georgia General Election on November 3, 2020.

 

— Staff Reports

 

BY:

alicia@northgwinnettvoice.com

Alicia joined the North Gwinnett Voice, as the Editor, shortly after the first publication. She is a homegrown Buford native, with the southern charm and "bless your heart" included. ...

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