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The numbers for Republicans and Democrats compared to 2008 stayed fairly consistent.
About 60 percent of voters sided with Republican and political novice Brad Wheeler Tuesday over incumbent Democrat Alison Bartlett.
Elections, The Neighborhood Files
Residents cast their ballots for various local, state and federal elections on Tuesday.
With partial totals in from all the county's 153 precincts, the Republican newcomer has the clear majority of the vote against incumbent Alison Bartlett.
The months of campaigning, debating and advertising in local, state and national races comes down to one day—Tuesday, Nov. 6.
In this year’s 15 early voting days, 83,800 cast ballots in person, 19,500 by mail, and 500 by e-ballot out of 415,300.
Incumbent Alison Bartlett and challenger Brad Wheeler are set to visit Lost Mountain Middle and Harrison High, respectively.
Schools, Business, Elections, The Neighborhood Files, Public Safety
In other area headlines, Georgia's unemployment rate remains at 9.2, and a Zoo Atlanta snake weighed in at 97 pounds.
With all precincts reporting, the 35-year-old law and public administration student defeated the three-term incumbent in Tuesday's Democratic runoff.
Other names appearing in 207 pages of write-ins from this week's elections include Ray Charles, Donald Trump, Kermit the Frog and many more stars, cartoon characters and super heroes.
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