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82% of Pike voters cast ballots

With all Pike County precincts reporting, Donald Trump had 83% of votes, Hillary Clinton had 14%, Gary Johnson got nearly 2% and write in votes counted for nearly 1% of votes. More than 82% of registered Pike County voters made it to the polls, with a total of 8,787 ballots cast out of 10,620 registered voters. Pike voters voted no to Constitutional Amendment 1 by 65% and it looks like the amendment to allow greater governmental control of failing school systems will also be denied statewide. Pike voters approved Constitutional Amendment 2 by 81% to allow penalties for sexual exploitation to fund child victim’s services. The state numbers show more than 80% for that amendment as well. Pike voters also approved Constitutional Amendment 3 by 57%, which will re-establish the Judicial Qualifications Commission under the control of the General Assembly. The amendment will likely pass at the state level by around 60% of votes. Pike voters passed Constitutional Amendment 4 by 77% to allow for revenue from existing taxes on fireworks to fund trauma care, fire services and public safety. The amendment will likely pass at the state level with around 80% of votes. ADVANCE IN PERSON: Trump – 85% Clinton – 13% Johnson – 1% Write in votes – .53% ZEBULON: Trump – 72% Clinton – 21% Johnson – 5% Write in votes – 2% WILLIAMSON: Trump – 86% Clinton – 10% Johnson – 3% Write in votes – .75 LIFSEY SPRINGS: Trump – 84% Clinton – 12% Johnson – 3% Write in votes – 1% MEANSVILLE: Trump – 82% Clinton – 15% Johnson – 2% Write in votes – 2% CONCORD: Trump – 74% Clinton – 23% Johnson – 2% Write in votes – 2% HOLLONVILLE: Trump – 88% Clinton – 7% Johnson- 3% Write in votes – 2% MOLENA: Trump – 75% Clinton – 21% Johnson – 2% Write in votes – 2% SECOND DISTRICT: Trump – 86% Clinton – 10% Johnson – 2% Write in votes – 2% Unofficial federal and statewide results will be available at the Secretary of State’s website at sos.ga.gov by clicking the ‘Election Results’ banner. There will be no results reported from any county until after the polls close at 7 p.m. Under Georgia law, registered voters will be permitted to vote if he or she is in line at their polling place by 7 p.m. As a result, some counties will report later than others.

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