Picture credit - Combo pic. Top row - Left to right: Artie Jones Jr. Alex Blount, & Jim Goodman Bottom row- Left to right: Jim Gant, Grayson Day, & Kenneth Smith

The municipal elections have concluded, and one election will go to a runoff.

The results were taken from the Georgia Secretary of State’s website. These results are not yet certified.

KINGSLAND MAYOR

  • G. DAY, JR.              42.06%  Votes 2,075
  • J. L. HAM, JR.          10.42%  Votes 514
  • J. MCCLAIN              22.82%  Votes 1,126
  • K. E. SMITH, SR (I)  24.71%  Votes 1,219
  • TOTAL 4,934

The mayor’s race will go to a runoff between Grayson Day and Kenneth Smith. The runoff election is December 4th.

KINGSLAND POST 3

Lamar Stokes was unopposed and won the seat.

KINGSLAND POST 4

  • Alex Blount  76.28 %  Votes 3,361
  • Gary Faraon  23.72%  Votes 1,045
  • Total 4,406

ST. MARYS POST 1

  • Artie Jones Jr.  76.92%  Votes 3,482
  • W. B. KING 23.08%  Votes 1,045
  • Total 4,527

ST MARYS POST 2

  • Jim Goodman 59.39 %  Votes 3,128
  • Elaine Poweriski   40.61 % Votes 2,139
  • Total  5,267

ST MARYS POST 3

  • Jim Gant –  70.82%   Votes 3,157
  • Jay Moreno –  29.18%   Votes  1,301
  • Total 4,458

CAMDEN COUNTY COMMISSION POST 2

  • Chuck Clark  900 votes
  • C. Ben Goff 40 votes

Those who were elected will take office in January 2019.


Other races

State House 180 – Steven Saniz (R) wins, was unopposed in general election.

State Senate District 3 – (District-wide result)

  • William Ligon (R) 68.58%
  • Jerrold Dagen (D) 31.42 %

First Congressional District

  • Buddy Carter (R) 58.62 %
  • Lisa Ring (D) 41.38 %

Statewide results

GOVERNOR

choice name party name total votes percent of votes
BRIAN KEMP  (REP) 1922536 51.07 %
STACEY ABRAMS  (DEM) 1806417 47.99 %
TED METZ (LIB) 35579 0.95 %

 

LT. GOVERNOR

GEOFF DUNCAN  (REP) 1894653 52.5 %
SARAH RIGGS AMICO (DEM) 1714543 47.5 %

 

SECRETARY OF STATE

BRAD RAFFENSPERGER  (REP) 1852098 49.9 %
JOHN BARROW  (DEM) 1777200 47.88 %
SMYTHE DUVAL (LIB) 82276 2.22 %

(Race likely to go to a runoff – Dec 4)

To view the rest of the statewide results, click on the link HERE to the Secretary of State’s website.

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Jeremy Spencer
Jeremy Spencer grew up in rural South Georgia and has served as a healthcare provider, high school science teacher, school administrator, and state education official. Jeremy is currently the market and content manager for All on Georgia-Camden and Glynn Counties. Jeremy’s focus is local news, statewide education issues, and statewide political commentary for the All on Georgia News Network. Jeremy has served as an education policy analyst for local legislators and state education leaders as well as a campaign strategist for local and statewide political campaigns. Jeremy holds degrees in science and education from the University of Georgia, Piedmont College, and Valdosta State University. Jeremy has lived in Camden County for over 17 years.

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  1. Thanks Jeremy for the update on the elections locally. Could you give an update on the amendments that were voted on as well?

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