Troup County Election Results

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, November 8, 2016

President of the United States

(R) Donald J. Trump, president

Michael J. Pence, vice president: 6,782

(D) Hillary Clinton, president

Tim Kaine, vice president: 4,768

(L) Gary Johnson, president

Bill Weld, vice president: 305

U.S. Senate

(R) Johnny Isakson: 6,503

(D) Jim Barksdale: 4,134

(L) Allen Buckley: 445

Public Service Commissioner

(R) Tim Echols: 7,335

(L) Eric Hoskins: 3,107

US Congress, Third District

(R) Drew Ferguson IV: 7,171

(D) Angela Pendley: 4,326

State Senator, 28th District

(R) Matt Brass: 3,265

State Senator, 29th District

(R) Josh McKoon: 4,114

(D) Ben Anderson: 3,454

State Representative, 69th District

(R) Randy Nix: 2,059

State Representative, 132nd District

(R) Gene King: 1,833

(D) Bob Trammell Jr.: 2,774

State Representative, 133rd District

John Pezold: 3,776

District Attorney, Coweta Judicial Circuit

(R) Pete Skandalakis: 9,583

Clerk of Superior Court

(R) Jackie W. Taylor: 9,599

Troup County Sheriff

(R) James T. Woodruff: 7,759

(D) Richie Bradley: 3,857

Troup County Tax Commissioner

(R) Shane Frailey: 9,489

Troup County Coroner

(R) Jeff Cook: 9,541

Troup County Solicitor General

(R) Nina Markette Baker: 9,318

Troup County Commissioner, District 2

(R) Ellis P. Cadenhead: 3,033

Troup County Commissioner, District 3

(R) Lewis C. Davis Jr.: 2,999

Troup County Commissioner, District 4

(R) Morris Jones: 2,104

Roosevelt Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor

Marcus Jones: 9,498

Constitutional Amendments

Provides greater flexibility and state accountability to fix failing schools through increased community involvement.

Yes: 4,641

No: 6,914

Authorizes penalties for sexual exploitation and assessments on adult entertainment to fund child victims’ services.

Yes: 9,176

No: 2,188

Reforms and reestablishes the Judicial Qualifications Commission and provides for its compensation, governance and powers.

Yes: 6,875

No: 4,022

Dedicates revenue from existing taxes on fireworks to trauma care, fire services and public safety.

Yes: 8,614

No: 2,646