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UPDATED at 11:16 p.m.: Mann still in lead for DeKalb sheriff; many precincts remain
by LaTria Garnigan
May 20, 2014 09:25 PM | 6069 views | 0 0 comments | 32 32 recommendations | email to a friend | print
UPDATED at 11:16 p.m.

DeKalb Sheriff: Mann-39.44 percent; Vernon Jones-22.34 percent

Commission District 7: Stan Watson – 65.69 percent; Gregory Adams-34.31 percent

District 2 school board: Marshall Orson-60.95 percent; Don McChesney-39.05 percent

District 3 school board: Michael Erwin-38.14 percent; Atticus LeBlanc-19.93; Willie Mosley-17.44 percent

District 4 school board: Karen Carter-35.98 percent; Jim McMahan-27.29 percent; John Oselette-20.15 percent

District 5 school board: Thad Mayfield-34.64 percent; Jesse Cunningham-28.41 percent; Vickie Turner-28.28

District 6 school board: Melvin Johnson-77.33 percent; Bridgeman Bolger-22.67 percent

District 7 school board: Joyce Morley-60.44 percent; Kim Ault-21.79


*UPDATED at 9:27 p.m.:

Early numbers show DeKalb Sheriff incumbent Jeff Man in the lead with 40 percent of the vote. His closest opponent is Vernon Jones, who trails with just 22 percent.

For District 7 county commission seat, incumbent Stan Watson is ahead with 65 percent, Gregory Adams has 34 percent.

District 2 school board: incumbent Marshall Orson with 58 percent, Don McChesney with 41 percent. McChesney is a former member of the school board.

District 3 school board: incumbent Michael Erwin with 41 percent; Willie Mosley Jr. with 21 percent.

District 4 school board: incumbent Karen Carter with 35 percent; incumbent Jim McMahan with 29 percent.

District 5 school board: incumbent Thad Mayfield with 35 percent; Jesse Cunningham with 29 percent.

District 6 school board: incumbent Melvin Johnson with 76 percent; Bridgeman Bolger with 23 percent.

District 7 school board: incumbent Joyce Morley with 60 percent; Kim Ault with 20 percent.


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