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Hardy and Criswell win positions in Putnam County

By on November 6th, 2012

According to the Putnam County Supervisor of Elections, the results of the Putnam County election are in.

  • Jeff Hardy won Putnam County sheriff by a vast majority with 19,751 votes.
  • Phyllis Criswell won district superintendent of Schools with 14,802 votes, just 717 more than her opponent Jim Roach.
  • Charles Overturf won supervisor of elections with 16,715 votes.
  • Nancy S. Harris won district 1 of board of county commissioners with 15,814 votes.
  • Karl Flagg won district 3 of board of county commissioners with 14,858 votes.
  • Walton Pellicer II won district 5 of board of county commissioners with 15,026 votes.

The total voter turnout in Putnam County was 68.96 percent.


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