Sunday alcohol sales: Voters approved a measure allowing by-the-drink alcohol sales starting at 11 a.m. on Sundays.
Sheriff: Democrat Craig Owens ousted incumbent Republican Neil Warren.
Commission Chair: Democrat Lisa Cupid ousted incumbent Republican Mike Boyce.
Commission District 2: Democrat Jerica Richardson appeared poised to top Republican Fitz Johnson.
School Board District 1: Incumbent Republican Randy Scamihorn appeared to defeat Democrat Vickie Benson.
School Board District 5: Incumbent Republican David Banks appeared to defeat Democrat Julia Hurtado.
School Board District 7: Incumbent Republican Brad Wheeler appeared to defeat Democrat Lindsay Terrebonne.
District Attorney: Democrat Flynn D. Broady Jr. appeared to defeat incumbent Republican Joyette Holmes.
Clerk of Superior Court: Democrat Connie Taylor appeared to defeat incumbent Republican Rebecca Keaton.
SPLOST referendum: Voters approved a measure to extend the county’s 1% Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for six more years.
Commission District 1: Incumbent Republican Nancy Jester conceded Wednesday morning in her race against Democrat Robert Patrick.
Sheriff: Incumbent Democrat Melody Maddox bested Republican challenger Harold Dennis by a wide margin.
Ethics referendum: The proposed changes to county ethics legislation passed by a dramatic margin.
School Board District 1: Incumbent Democrat Devetrion Caldwell defeated Republican Francisco X.R. Artley.
School Board District 5: Republican Glenn T. Easterwood ousted incumbent Democrat Rita Fasina-Thomas.
Tax Commissioner: Incumbent Democrat Greg Baker beat Republican Michael R. Richardson Jr.
Clerk of Superior Court: Democrat Annetta Danley Stembridge ousted incumbent Republican Tammy M. Howard.
Referendum: A referendum allowing the county to utilize tax allocation districts gained passage.
Sheriff: Incumbent Republican Barry Babb defeated Democrat Chris Pigors.
Commission District 1: Incumbent Republican Eric Maxwell topped Democrat Vickie Butler.
Commission District 5: Incumbent Republican Charles Oddo held off Democrat William Lightle.
School Board District 1: Republican Randy Hough topped Democrat Candice Aaron.
Commission District 2: Incumbent Republican Bob Ellis had a late lead over Democrat Justin Holsomback.
Commission District 4: Incumbent Democrat Natalie Hall appeared to defeat Republican Barbara Gresham.
Commission Chair: Democrat Nicole Love Hendrickson bested Republican David Post.
Commission District 1: Democrat Kirkland Carden bested Republican Laurie McClain.
Commission District 3: Democrat Jasper Watkins III bested Republican Ben Archer.
Sheriff: Democrat Keybo Taylor beat Republican Luis Solis Jr.
District Attorney: Incumbent Republican Danny Porter was ousted by Democrat Patsy Austin-Gatson.
Tax Commissioner: Democrat Tiffany Porter beat incumbent Republican Richard Steele.
School Board District 1: Democrat Karen Watkins ousted incumbent Republican Carole Boyce.
School Board District 3: Incumbent Republican Mary Kay Murphy had a narrow lead over Democrat Tanisha Banks.
ESPLOST referendum: A vote to extend the county’s 1% education-funding sales tax for another five years appeared set to pass.
Transit referendum: The “no” votes had a slim, late lead in the referendum that, if approved, would opt residents into a new 30-year, 1% sales tax to pay for a dramatic expansion of transit in the county.
Sheriff: Democrat Reginald Scandrett defeated Republican Jack Redlinger.
Commission Chair: Democrat Carlotta Harrell defeated incumbent Republican June Barnes Wood.
County Commission District 2: Incumbent Democrat Dee Clemmons beat Republican challenger Steve Richardson.
Superior Court Clerk: Democrat Sabriya Hill ousted incumbent Republican Barbara Harrison.
Commission chair: Republican incumbent Dave Carmichael beat Democratic challenger Taurus Madric-Morris.
School Board (At-Large): Republican incumbent Jeff Fuller defeated Democrat Selena Jackson Guines.
School Board District 1: Republican incumbent Theresa Lyons beat Democrat Omassis Mendonca.
Referendum: A proposal to create a Paulding State Court passed.
Commission District 3: Incumbent Democrat Rita Johnson defeated Republican challenger Tyler Brannon.