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LIST: South Georgia election results

Posted: 8:41 PM, Nov 05, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-06 09:01:52-05
Takeaways: A split decision for Trump, Democrats

(WTXL) — These are the races and bills we are monitoring in South Georgia for Election Day.

Moultrie City Council District 1 Post 1

  • Lisa Clarke Hill (incumbent) - 57 percent of votes
  • Eddie Warren - 43 percent of votes

Moultrie City Council District 2 Post 3

  • Angela Castellow (incumbent) - 47 percent of votes
  • Cole Posey - 53 percent of votes

Moultrie City Council District 2 Post 4

  • Cecil Barber (incumbent) - 70 percent of votes
  • Rachel Weeks - 30 percent of votes

Bainbridge City Council District A Seat 2

  • Kevin Bruton - 106 votes
  • Kenneth Ellison - 45 votes
  • Jacob Gilstrap - 22 votes
  • Sylvia Washington - 219 votes

Bainbridge City Council District B, Seat 5

  • Emory Middleton - 172 votes
  • Roslyn Palmer (incumbent) - 440 votes

Mayor of Valdosta

  • Brooks Bivins - 2 percent of votes
  • Kevin Bussey - 17 percent of votes
  • Scott James Matheson - 25 percent of votes
  • J.D. Rice - 35 percent of votes
  • David Sumner - 22 percent of votes

*This race will go to a runoff between Matheson and Sumner.*
Valdosta City Council District 3

  • Thomas McIntyre Sr. - 35 percent of votes
  • Sonny Vickers (incumbent) - 65 percent of votes

Valdosta City Council At-large Seat

  • Ben Norton (incumbent) - 46 percent of votes
  • Adrian Rivers - 22 percent of votes
  • Jeremy Stone - 10 percent of votes
  • Edgar "Nicky" Tooley - 22 percent of votes

Valdosta School Board District 3

  • Kelisa Brown - 59 percent of votes
  • David Gilyard - 41 percent of votes

Thomasville City Council District 1 Post 1

  • Terry Scott (incumbent) - 31 percent of votes
  • Nathaniel Tyler - 36 percent of votes
  • Wanda Warren - 34 percent of votes

*This race is heading to runoff. Incumbent Scott did not make the runoff.*
On the ballot in Valdosta is the Brunch Bill Referendum. Voting "yes" would allow businesses to sell alcoholic beverages as early as 11 a.m. on Sunday. According to election results sent to ABC 27 on Wednesday, 61 percent of people voted yes for the bill.

Bainbridge has a similar measure on the ballot. Voters are deciding whether to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink starting at 11 a.m. on Sundays. According to election results sent to ABC 27 on Wednesday, 658 people voted yes for the measure while 384 people voted no.

Bainbridge is also voting on Sunday sales at package stores. A "yes" vote is a vote to allow stores to sell alcohol between 12:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. According to election results sent to ABC 27 on Wednesday, 548 people voted yes for the measure while 389 people voted no.