Election Summary Report
Clayton County
State of Georgia General Election
November 4, 2014
Summary For MORROW 8, , All Races
Official and Complete

11/04/14
22:15:37

Cards Cast 638

US SENATOR
Total
Total Votes 627

DAVID A. PERDUE (R) 47 7.50%
M. MICHELLE NUNN (D) 568 90.59%
AMANDA SWAFFORD (L) 11 1.75%

GOVERNOR
Total
Total Votes 625

J. NATHAN DEAL (I) R 51 8.16%
JASON J. CARTER (D) 566 90.56%
ANDREW T. HUNT (L) 7 1.12%

LT GOVERNOR
Total
Total Votes 621

L. S. CAGLE (I) R 80 12.88%
CONNIE J. STOKES (D) 541 87.12%

SECRETARY OF STATE
Total
Total Votes 623

BRIAN P. KEMP (I) R 65 10.43%
DOREEN CARTER (D) 558 89.57%

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Total
Total Votes 624

SAMUEL S. OLENS (I)R 59 9.46%
GREGORY K. HECHT (D) 565 90.54%

AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER
Total
Total Votes 622

GARY W. BLACK (I) R 76 12.22%
CHRISTOPHER IRVIN (D 546 87.78%

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
Total
Total Votes 624

RALPH HUDGENS (I) R 59 9.46%
ELIZABETH JOHNSON (D 547 87.66%
EDWARD METZ (L) 18 2.88%

STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
Total
Total Votes 627

RICHARD WOODS (R) 57 9.09%
VALARIE WILSON (D) 570 90.91%

LABOR COMMISSIONER
Total
Total Votes 621

J. MARK BUTLER (I) R 62 9.98%
ROBBIN K. SHIPP (D) 559 90.02%

PSC EVERETT
Total
Total Votes 512

HERMAN EVERETT (I) R 132 25.78%
JOHN MONDS (L) 377 73.63%

PSC MCDONALD
Total
Total Votes 623

LAUREN MCDONALD (I)R 50 8.03%
DANIEL BLACKMAN (D) 550 88.28%
ROBIN GILMER (L) 23 3.69%

US HOUSE 5
Total
Total Votes 601

JOHN R. LEWIS (I) D 591 98.34%

STATE SENATE 44
Total
Total Votes 593

GAIL DAVENPORT (I) D 587 98.99%

STATE HOUSE 76
Total
Total Votes 595

SANDRA G. SCOTT (I)D 587 98.66%

CC, D1
Total
Total Votes 595

SONNA SINGLETON (I)D 585 98.32%

BOE D9
Total
Total Votes 592

CHARLTON BIVINS (I)D 584 98.65%

SOIL & WATER
Total
Total Votes 545

KYRISHIA JOHNSON (I) 524 96.15%

CONST AMENDMENT # A
Total
Total Votes 619

YES 405 65.43%
NO 214 34.57%

CONST AMENDMENT # B
Total
Total Votes 617

YES 450 72.93%
NO 167 27.07%

REFERENDUM # 1
Total
Total Votes 620

YES 486 78.39%
NO 134 21.61%

MARTA QUESTION
Total
Total Votes 633

YES 465 73.46%
NO 168 26.54%