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Four statewide Democrat races were decided Tuesday, and just over 200 voters returned to the polls in Toombs County to participate in the runoff necessary after the May 24 Primary.

Local voters casts ballots much like other voters around the state, and the Democratic party has decided who will face their Republican oppositions in November.

For Lieutenant Governor, Charlie Bailey took 63.07 percent of the votes (162,350) to Kwanza Hall’s 36.93 percent (95,052).

Bee Nguyen handily defeated her opponent Dee Dawkins-Haigler with 77.02 percent (197,991). Dawkins-Haigler received 22.98 percent (59,089).

Janice Laws Robinson will vie for the position of Commissioner of Insurance on the Democratic ticket with 63.74 percent (158,276). Opposing her in the Tuesday’s runoff was Raphael Baker with 36.26 percent (90,055).

It was another big win in the Democratic runoff for William “Will” Boddie, Jr., for Commissioner of Labor. Boddie received 62.26 percent (156,689) to Nicole Horn’s 37.74 percent (94,997).

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