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Election results as of 10:50 p.m.

  • Tuesday, November 6, 2012

  • Updated Tuesday, November 6, 2012 9:48 pm

Mother Nature was kind for most of Election Day 2012 as Georgetown County residents and millions of Americans voted for everything from the next president of the United States all the way down to the next county Clerk of Court.
With 35 of 36 Georgetown County precincts reporting as of 10:40 p.m. A technical problem with an Andrews precinct is keeping the final numbers from being posted. We will update when the finals are received.
The school board race between Richard Kerr and Peggy Wheeler-Cribb is too close to call and a recount will take place.
Austin Beard won his bid for reelection to county council.
Alma White retains the clerk of court seat.

President
Mitt Romney: 16,225
Barack Obama: 13,471

7th Congressional District
Tom Rice:16,191
Gloria Bromell Tinubu: 12,615

Sheriff

Lane Cribb: 17,685
Darryel Carr: 8,394

House District

Carl Anderson 9580
Tom Winslow: 3009

Clerk of Court
Alma White: 14,883
Tammie Avant: 10,743

County Council District 5

Austin Beard: 1155
Bubba Grimes: 685
Ben Dunn: 727

Auditor
Brian Shult: 11,700
Kathy Harrelson: 9693
Rod Stalvey: 2152

School Board District 3
Sandra Johnson: 583
Gene Footman:  1332
 
School Board District 5

Elery Little: 1441
Murray Vernon: 1088

School Board District 6

Richard Kerr: 1722
Peggy Wheeler-Cribb: 1702

Coroner
Kenny Johnson: 20,702
Write-ins: 66
 
One-cent sales tax referendum

No: 15,586
Yes: 12,831

More than 31,000 ballots cast

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