Final Election Results


6 of 6 precincts reporting


Newnan Council, District 1 Seat *FINAL*
Scott Cosby 211
Dustin Koritko 226

Senoia Mayor *FINAL*
Suzanne Helfman 223
Larry Owens 272
Don Rehman 37

Grantville City Council, Post 3 *FINAL*
Selma Coty (Incumbent) 114
Dave Riley 257

Grantville City Council, Post 4 *FINAL*
Dee Berry 37
Marion Cieslik 26
Leonard Gomez 163
Rochelle Jabaley (Incumbent) 40
Sandra Luttrell 13
Billy Tucker 104

Moreland Mayor *FINAL*
Josh Evans (Incumbent) 18
Dick Ford 50

Sharpsburg Council *FINAL*
Keith Rhodes (Incumbent) 36
Polly Garlington 13

Palmetto Council (Seats go to the top three vote getters) *FINAL*
Michael Arnold 295
Laura Mullis (Incumbent) 253
Lucinda Rockemore (Incumbent) 262
Gregory Rusch (Incumbent) 106
Franklin Smith 158

Palmetto: Should package sales of alcohol be allowed in stores on Sundays? * FINAL*
Yes 234
No 161


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