Thursday, September 1, 2011
Runoff totals finalized
Marshall County election results were certified last week, a day after the runoff races on August 23.
Jerry Moore defeated Felicia Anderson Harvell in the runoff for county superintendent of education. According to official totals, Moore got 2,695 votes to Harvell’s 1,587.
In other local runoff races, Charles Terry defeated Conery DeBerry for Marshall County supervisor, District 1. Terry received 742 votes to DeBerry’s 528.
Johnny Fitch was re-elected constable, North District. He got 1,329 votes in the runoff to 1,260 for his opponent, Leon Cothern.
Antjuan Lester was elected constable, South District. Lester received 2,103 votes in the August 23 election, while Jesse Johnson got 1,737.
Mae Garrison defeated incumbent Eugene Brown Jr. for justice court judge, North. Garrison got 1,437 votes to Brown’s 1,171.
Billy B. Gray won the Democratic nomination for state representative, District 13. Unofficial totals from the district, that includes parts of four counties, had Gray with 2,916 votes and Don Randolph with 2,404.
Gray will face Republican Steve Massengill in the November 8 general election.
For precinct-by-precinct runoff election returns from Marshall County only, go to the newspaper’s website – www.southreporter.com.
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