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November 5, 2014
 

2014 Election results! McMillan Re-elected!

The November 4, 2014 elections will be remembered for their nailbiting finishes in many contests. Early voting polling had some candidates confident of upset wins but that did not always bear out in the final tally of election balloting. Congratulations to all contestants for putting themselves and their families through the grind of a political campaign.

It must be noted that the registered voter turnout only reached the 30% mark. That means that well over 65,000 registered voters in Montgomery County did not go the pools during this election cycle. That is not a good number.

Congratulations to the winners. Now comes the truly hard part – fulfilling your constituents wishes. Good luck.

Election Summary Report11/4/2014 – 8:55:02 PM
Election Date: 11/4/2014EMS 
Montgomery County, Tennessee  2014    General ElectionTNMONG14    11/4/2014 
E- # OFElection Day Votes:   16089    NUMBER OF PRECINCTS: 29A-     # OFAbsentee and Early Votes 14065    # OF PRECINCTS REPORTED:292P-
# OFProvisional Votes    # OF PRECINCTS NOT REPORTED:  0     PUBLIC COUNT:  30156    # OF PRECINCTS INCOMPLETE: 0     
 VOTER TURNOUT: 30.00%
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – VOTES – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
E              A            P          TOTAL       %   
VOTE FOR 1            VOTES=29,113                    Governor
10489  9693           0          20182            69.32%       Bill Haslam (R)
 3980    3090          0           7070              24.28%      Charles V. “Charlie” Brown (D)
    381       259          0             640                2.20%       Shaun Crowell (C)
   198        121           0             319                 1.10%        Isa Infante (
   111          70            0            181                   0.62%      Steven Damon Coburn (I)
   190       265           0             455                 1.56%        John Jay Hooker (I)
   126         83           0             209                0.72%        Daniel T. Lewis (I)
    34         23            0                57                0.20%        Write-In
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=29,269    Constitutional Amendment # 1
7532      7306          0             14838             50.70%         Yes
8143      6288          0              14431            49.30%          No
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=28,905    Constitutional Amendment # 2
9733    928              0             19022               65.81%         Yes
5753    4130            0               9883               34.19%          No
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=28,410   Constitutional Amendment # 3
10425    9182         0            19607                  69.01%              Yes
 4863     3940        0             8803                   30.99%              No
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=27,906   Constitutional Amendment # 4
10371    9350         0           19721                     70.67%                  Yes
 4657     3528         0            8185                     29.33%                   No
 
VOTE FOR 1            VOTES=29,270            United States Senate
9136    8420     0     17556                            59.98%       Lamar Alexander (R)
5285   4432      0       9717                             33.20%      Gordon Ball (D)
 428      301       0        729                               2.49%       Joe Wilmoth (C)
  149      104       0       253                                0.86%      Martin Pleasant (G)
  150      103       0       253                                0.86%      Tom Emerson, Jr. (I)
   48         19       0         67                                 0.23%      Edmund L. Gauthier (I)
  100        71       0       171                                  0.58%      Joshua James (I)
    90        61       0       151                                 0.52%      Danny Page (I)
    30        16       0        46                                 0.16%      Bartholomew J. Phillips (I)
    21          8       0         29                                 0.10%      C. Salekin (I)
    29        21       0        50                                  0.17%      Eric Schechter (I)
    70       48       0       118                                 0.40%     Rick Tyler (I)
    82       48       0       130                                 0.44%     Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1         VOTES=29,142           US House of Rep  7th Dist
 9560     8621    0        18181          62.39%              Marsha Blackburn (R)
 5286     4561    0         9847           33.79%              Daniel Cramer (D)
   660       423    0        1083              3.72%              Leonard D. Ladner (I)
     20          11     0            31               0.11%              Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=8,822   TN House of Rep   67th Dist
 3396    2757    0    6153           69.75%       Joe Pitts (D)
 1603    1035    0   2638            29.90%      Mike Warner (C)
     20        11     0        31               0.35%      Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=13,109     TN House of Rep  68th Dist
 6134  6734   0    12868         98.16%           Curtis Johnson (R)
    134    107   0        241             1.84%           Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=4,358    TN House of Rep   74th Dist
 1666    899    0    2565          58.86%                  Jay D. Reedy (R)
 1089    692    0    1781           40.87%                 John C. Tidwell (D)
      10        2    0        12              0.28%                 Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=20,425    City Mayor
 2864     2403    0      5267          25.79%            Jeff Burkhart (I)
 4978     4595     0     9573           46.87%            Kim McMillan (I)
 2660    2883     0     5543           27.14%            Bill Summers (I)
       34          8     0         42             0.21%            Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=864   City Council   Ward 1
  140      80     0    220               25.46%             Jim Doyle (I)
  329     161     0    490               56.71%             Richard Garrett (I)
    99       52     0    151                17.48%             Kip McNeill (I)
       2         1      0       3                  0.35%            Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=1,084       City Council Ward 2
564    506     0    1070           98.71%        Deanna M. McLaughlin (I)
    11        3     0         14             1.29%         Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=964     City Council   Ward 6
  139    114     0     253        26.24%          Marc Harris (I)
   90    162     0     252        26.14%          Travis A. Holleman (I)
   46      36     0       82          8.51%           Stephanie Huffman (I)
  159    213     0     372       38.59%           Wanda Smith (I)
     4         1      0         5         0.52%            Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=2,048v  City Council   Ward 7
  733     809   0   1542           75.29%              Geno Grubbs (I)
  250    252    0     502           24.51%              Matthew T.I. Smith (I)
      2         2     0         4             0.20%             Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=3,151     City Council   Ward 10
  679      1108    0    1787         56.71%             Mike Alexander (I)
 429        926    0    1355          43.00%         Dwight Luton (I)
     4             5     0         9              0.29%           Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=2,105    City Council   Ward 11
   99            69       0   168           7.98%           Bryan Hughes (I)
  459         488      0    947        44.99%           Kaye Jones (I)
  420          562     2    984         46.75%           Bill Powers (I)
      4              2      0        6            0.29%           Write-In
 
VOTE FOR 1    VOTES=20,497   Clarksville Wine Retail Sales Ref
7734    7092      0     14826       72.33%            For wine sale in Clarksville
2946   2725       0       5671         27.67%           Against wine sale in Clarksville
 
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