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Brunswick mayor’s race heads for runoff, results from races across SE Georgia

File photo of Georgia touchscreen voting machine. (Mike Stewart, Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved)

The first Tuesday of November is traditionally Election Day and there are high-profile races like the Virginia governor’s race that are getting a lot of attention. In odd number years, many cities and some counties also fill their elective offices.

Tuesday in Georgia, voters in Ware County and the cities of Blackshear, Brunswick, Hoboken, Homerville and Waycross voted in local races.

Brunswick Mayor

  • Ann Senior 0.92% (14 votes)
  • Cosby Johnson 40.91% (621 votes)
  • Helen Rachel Ladson 2.04% (31 votes)
  • Ivan Figueroa 20.49% (311 votes)
  • John Perry 12.45% (189 votes)
  • Robbie Tucker 3.23% (49 votes)
  • Travis Slim Riddle 6.65% (101 votes)
  • Vincent Williams 13.31% (202 votes)

Cosby Johnson and Ivan Figueroa will go to a Nov. 30 runoff.

Brunswick City Commission - North Ward

  • Earnest Peewee Culbreath (69 votes)
  • Gary Cook (320 votes)
  • Kendra Leola Rolle (815 votes, winner)
  • Neil Foster (264 votes)

Ware County Commission - District 3

  • Timothy Lucas (259 votes, winner)
  • Evans Primus (22 votes)
  • Danny Turner (134 votes)

Waycross City Commission - District 2

  • Lonnie Adamson (66 votes)
  • Sheinita Bennett-McGauley (68 votes)
  • John Threat (38 votes)
  • Barry Worley (4 votes)

Race will go to a runoff.

Waycross City Commission - District 3

  • Akeem Clayton (65 votes)
  • Katrena Felder (95 votes)
  • Earl Martin (37 votes)

Race will go to a runoff.

Homerville Mayor

  • Len Robbins (142 votes)
  • Clyde “Bubba” King (22 votes)
  • Brooks Blitch (223 votes, winner)

Blackshear Mayor

  • Charles Broady (101 votes)
  • Keith Brooks (384 votes, winner)

Blackshear City Council - District 3

  • Seth Bagaria (6 votes)
  • Chuck Ward (21 votes, winner)

Blackshear City Council - District 4

  • Walter Britton (24 votes)
  • Theodore Mackey (57 votes, winner)

In Hoboken, eight candidates are running for six City Council seats. The seats go to the six candidates who receive the most votes.

To check on your voter registration status and directions on where to vote, visit mvp.sos.ga.gov.