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In our area, one of the elections that brought much attention was that in Montgomery County and after Tuesday’s results were submitted to the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office, there will be some changes in representation coming up.

One closely watched race was that for Commission in District 3 that Republican Ginger Morris now represents. Morris was challenged in the election by former Commissioner Charles Greg Palmer and Charlie Robison. It will be Morris who came out on top with 57.72 percent of the votes, volowed by Robison with 26.54 percent and Palmer with 15.74 percent.

Morris will face former Montgomery County Republican Party Chair Linda Page in November. When candidates qualified, Page decided to abandon her Republican affiliation and elected to run as a Democrat.

Newcomer Amy Vassey defeated incumbent Tim Williamson as a Republican in District 2 of the County Commission. Vassey will vie with Democrat Stephanie Love Ivey in November.

In District 1 for the Commissioner Jimmy “Pedro” Sharpe was the victor over Angel Gilbreath WITH 190 votes to 98.

For tax commissioner, incumbent Loretta Lane will square off with Renee Wooten-Perry in November.

On the Board of Education, seated Board Members Susan Beard, Henry Price and Pete Ward will remain on the Board and Allen williamson narrolwy defeated Fernando Pacheco to take that chair at the table.

Uncontested county races in Montgomery included Stacie Sharpe Randolph for Probate Judge and Tammy Foskey for Clerk of Superior Court. As for Sheriff, Ben Maybin was the only candidate to qualify and will succeed his father, the current Sheriff of Montgomery Doug Maybin, as the county’s top law enforcement officer.

Results have not been certified yet by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger’s Office.

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