Hall committed to staying in the race until every vote is counted

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HIAWASSEE, Ga – The question of who will be the Republican nominee for Georgia Senate District 50 is still unanswered following Tuesday night’s runoff election. With 100 percent reporting, only 34 votes separate candidates Stacy Hall and Bo Hatchett, and Hall’s pledged to remain in the race until all votes are in.

Each candidate held the lead at some point on election night, but the latest total favored Hatchett. Around midnight on Tuesday, Hall announced to his followers on social media that his campaign would be canvasing every board of elections office for any uncounted votes.

On Wednesday at 4 p.m., he announced that his campaign has confirmed that “there are still absentee, provisional, and overseas ballots still to be counted.”

The number of outstanding votes outweighs the current margin of difference in votes between Hall and Hatchett.

“I appreciate everyone’s patience as we await the final tally.  Ivy and I remain incredibly grateful for the outpouring of support and well wishes,” said Hall.

Our campaign has confirmed that there are still absentee, provisional, and overseas ballots still to be counted. The…

Posted by VOTE STACY HALL on Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Hall has a current vote total of 12,448 (49.93%), and he won seven out of eight District 50 counties. Hatchett has received 12,482 (50.07%). Both are from Habersham County, which Hatchett carried with 63 percent of the vote. Hall also serves as Habersham Commission Chairman.

Once all the votes are counted, if less a percentage difference remains, candidates can call for a recount.

As for Hatchett, he and his campaign “feel good about where we are, this race was very competitive, and we don’t have final results yet. We believe the people in each election commission office will do their due diligence to ensure every vote is counted.”

Hatchett is a lawyer from Cornelia, Ga.

The Cornelia lawyer also thanked his supporters for helping him to run a “positive campaign.” Hatchett also hoped that the tight District 50 race reminds “ALL fellow Republicans that every vote truly matters.”

See all vote totals, here.

See who’s in the August 11 runoff elections

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General Primary runoff August 11 state runoff returns

NORTH GEORGIA – Now that the General Primary is over, several candidates are facing runoff elections across North Georgia.

The runoff is scheduled for Tuesday, August 11. Early in-person voting will begin on July 20, 2019. Georgia residents who voted in a Republican or Democrat primary can only vote in those party preference primaries. However, if they didn’t select a party preference in the General Primary, then they can vote in either runoff. Also, those who voted in nonpartisan in the General Primary can vote in either runoff.

For a breakdown of the runoff races, see below.

STATE & FEDERAL

U.S. House of Representatives District 9

Republican

Andrew Clyde

Matt Gurtler

Democrat

Devin Pandy

Brooke Siskin

U.S. House of Representatives District 14

Republican

John Cowan

Marjorie Greene

U.S. Senate

Democrat

John Ossoff

Teresa Tomlinson

Georgia State House Representative District 9

Republican

Steve Liebel

Will Wade

Georgia State Senate District 50

Republican

Stacy Hall

Bo Hatchett

COUNTY 

Fannin – Commission Chairman

Republican

Stan Helton

Jamie Hensley

Gilmer – Magistrate Judge

Kevin Johnson

Reagan Griggs Pritchett

Pickens – Tax Commissioner

Republican

Daniel Reeves

Amy Gibson

Pickens – Board of Education Post One

Republican

Donna Enis

Thomas Gartrell

White – Probate Judge

Republican

Don Ferguson

Carol Jackson

Towns – Sheriff

Republican

Kenneth “Ode” Henderson

Daren “Bear” Osborn

Murray – Sheriff

Republican

Dekota Boling

Jimmy Davenport

Read General Primary state results here.

To review the individual county race returns, please go to the individual websites.

The election for Kelly Loeffler’s Senate Seat won’t appear on the ballot until Nov 3.

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