Here are some unofficial preliminary election results posted on the Secretary of State website for the June 9 Primary elections.
All results remain unofficial until certified by the Secretary of State.
In the contested race for Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, challenger William Bowman currently has 60.09 percent of the votes over incumbent Sheriff Steve Sikes.
In Liberty County the T-SPLOST referendum appears to have passed with 57.45 percent of the votes in favor of the measure. Same in Long County where T-SPLOST received 62.27 percent votes in favor.
In the contested race for Liberty County Board of Education District 2 position, former Board member Marcus Scott IV currently has 52.66 percent of the votes over challenger Dr. Joe Kelly.
For the liberty County Board of Commissioners’ District 6 seat, incumbent Eddie Walden has 60.98 percent of the votes over challenger Minnie Stafford.
For the District 4 county seat Maxie R. Jones IV has 60.06 percent of the votes against challenger Timmy Blount.
Current Liberty County Board Chairman Donald Lovette has 72.06 percent of the votes over challenger Graylan Quarterman.
Incumbent Chief Magistrate Melinda Anderson has 69.02 percent of the votes against challenger Dana Ingram.
Incumbent Clerk of Courts Linda Dixon Thompson has 62.27 percent of the votes over challenger Lisa Artis.
In Long County the contested race for Probate judge is close with challenger Teresa Odum holding 50.40 percent of the votes over incumbent Bobby Harrison Smith with 49.60 percent.
Long County District 4 seat is being led by Jeremy Hall with 59.94 percent of the votes over incumbent Clifton DeLoach.
In the races for the Long County School Board, Bryan Wingate is leading incumbent Julie Norman Dawson with 52.63 percent for the District 5 seat.
Janet Watford currently has 59.16 percent of the votes over incumbent Linda DeLoach for District 4. The District 3 seat is being led by Synita Mathis with 51.92 of the votes, Bruce DeLoach has 53.28 of the votes for District 2 and incumbent Marcus DeLoach has 63.04 percent of the votes for District 1.