The midterms are finally over, and the Board of Elections finished faster than in years past. It ended with the need for another Run-Off vote for Probate Judge, and potentially one for the U.S. Senate.

Election night results for Polk County were completed before 10 p.m. for the full precinct tally.

Here’s the results from each race:

US Senate

Hershel Walker – 10,398

Raphael Warnock – 2,791

Chase Oliver – 342

US House – District 14

Marjorie Taylor Greene – 10,299

Marcus Flowers – 3,082

Governor

Brian Kemp – 11,089

Stacey Abrams – 2,424

Shane Hazel – 95

Lt. Governor

Burt Jones – 10,668

Charlie Bailey – 2,543

Ryan Graham – 265

Secretary of State

Brad Raffensperger – 10,594

Bee Nguyen – 2,357

Ted Metz – 439

Attorney General

Chris Carr – 10,743

Jennifer “Jen” Jordan – 2,583

Martin Cowen – 168

Commissioner of Agriculture

Tyler Harper – 10,893

Nakita Hemingway – 2,348

David Raudabaugh – 242

Commissioner of Insurance

John King – 10,907

Janice Laws Robinson – 2,519

State School Superintendent

Richard Wods – 10,964

Alisha Thomas Searcy – 2,494

Commissioner of Labor

Bruce Thompson – 10,723

William “Will” Boddie Jr. – 2414

Emily Anderson – 284

State Senate – District 31

Jason Anavitarte – 11,883

State House – District 16

Othel Doyle “Trey” Kelley III – 11,163

County Commission District 1

Gary Martin – 11,852

County Commission District 2

Linda Liles – 11,796

County Commission, District 3

Hal Floyd – 11,788

Board of Education, District 1

Britt Madden Jr. – 1,816

Board of Education, District 2

Bernard Morgan – 636

Board of Education, District 4

Vicki Mayes – 1,860

Board of Education, District 7

Judi Renshaw – 1,840

Probate Judge

Bobby Brooks – 4,554

Shayne Green – 4,804

Mike Sullivan – 3,169

Constitutional Amendment 1

Yes – 11,587

No – 1,583

Constitutional Amendment 2

Yes – 12,201

No – 1,053

Referendum A

Yes – 7,940

N0 – 5,045

Referendum B

Yes – 10,632

No – 2,399

Kevin The Editor

The former Editor of The Polk County Standard Journal and a journalist with more than a decade of experience in Northwest Georgia, Kevin Myrick is the Editor and Publisher of Polk.Today. An Auburn graduate,...