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The votes are in, but it was a low percentage of registered voters in Toombs County determining winners in the General Primary Tuesday night.

With a voter turnout of 25.81 percent, in the race for the next sheriff of Toombs County, Jordan Kight came out on top with 725 more votes than Wesley Walker. Kight will now face off in November with Rodney Wardlaw who is running as an independent candidate.

Anna Holcombe also won big Tuesday night for the office of Toombs County Tax Commissioner. Holcomb received 2,377 votes to Jeandra Johnson’s 1,179.

In two other contested races in Toombs County, incumbents will remain in office including Darriel Nobles, Commissioner in District 3 who defeated Daniel Caraway 696 to 428, and Coroner Ron Hall winning over Kyle Wilkes 3,148 to 440.

In contested races in Treutlen County, on the Board of Commissipmers, Rodney Meeks won with 59.10 percent of the vote in District 3, followed by Chester Kight with 27.45 percent, and incumbent Lance Hooks receiving only 13.45 percent. Joey Powell, incumbent, will keep his seat over Brandi DeLash.

In Candler County, Incumbent Sheriff John Miles garnered 76.34 percent of the vote to his opponent Kristopher Storey’s 23.66 percent.

As of 9:40 p.m., Tuesday night, Montgomery County was one of nine counties out of 159 who had not updated their information to the Georgia Secretary of State’s website. Montgomery County numbers will be reported in a future Newsbreak and on our website.

All election results from Tuesday  are unofficial until certified by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

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