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How Forsyth County voted in every 2018 midterm election race
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The following is a list of results for contested races affecting Forsyth County. 

Unofficially, all 16 precincts in the county had reported, with 89,017 ballots cast out of 143,680 registered voters, or 61.96 percent voter turnout.

Governor           

BRIAN KEMP (REP): 63,386 | 71.37 percent

STACEY ABRAMS (DEM): 24,130 | 27.17 percent

TED METZ (LIB): 1,295 | 1.46 percent

Lieutenant Governor   

GEOFF DUNCAN (REP): 63,769 | 73.42 percent

SARAH RIGGS AMICO (DEM): 23,081 | 26.58 percent

Secretary Of State          

BRAD RAFFENSPERGER (REP): 62,197 | 70.73 percent

JOHN BARROW (DEM): 23,243 | 26.43 percent

SMYTHE DUVAL (LIB): 2,496 | 2.84 percent

Attorney General

CHRIS CARR (I) (REP): 63,782 | 72.86 percent

CHARLIE BAILEY (DEM): 23,755 | 27.14 percent

Commissioner Of Agriculture    

GARY BLACK (I) (REP): 64,861 | 74.54 percent

FRED SWANN (DEM): 22,156 | 25.46 percent

Commissioner Of Insurance       

JIM BECK (REP): 62,374   | 71.27 percent

JANICE LAWS (DEM): 22,151 | 25.31 percent

DONNIE FOSTER (LIB): 2,992 | 3.42 percent

State School Superintendent    

RICHARD WOODS (I) (REP): 65,895 | 75.35 percent

OTHA E. THORNTON, JR (DEM): 21,561 | 24.65 percent

Commissioner Of Labor

MARK BUTLER (I) (REP): 64,784 | 74.46 percent

RICHARD KEATLEY (DEM): 22,223 | 25.54 percent

Public Service Commission, District 3 - Metro-Atlanta   

CHUCK EATON (I) (REP): 61,512 | 70.49 percent

LINDY MILLER (DEM): 22,707 | 26.02 percent

RYAN GRAHAM (LIB): 3,041 | 3.48 percent

Public Service Commission, District 5 - Western

TRICIA PRIDEMORE (I) (REP): 62,048 | 71.09 percent

DAWN A. RANDOLPH (DEM): 22,162 | 25.39 percent

JOHN TURPISH (LIB): 3,068 | 3.52 percent

U.S. Representative, District 7  

ROB WOODALL (I) (REP) : 43,035 | 68.81 percent

CAROLYN BOURDEAUX (DEM): 19,507 | 31.19 percent

U.S. Representative, District 9  

DOUG COLLINS (I) (REP): 21,004 | 82.69 percent

JOSH MCCALL (DEM): 4,396 | 17.31 percent

State Senator, District 27             

GREG DOLEZAL (REP: 63,576 | 73.43 percent

STEVE SMITH (DEM): 23,005 | 26.57 percent

State Senator, District 51             

STEVE GOOCH (I) (REP): 878 | 100 percent

State Representative, District 9

KEVIN TANNER (I) (REP): 1,572 | 100 percent

State Representative, District 22              

WES CANTRELL (I) (REP): 5,484 | 61.97 percent

CHARLES RAVENSCRAFT (DEM): 3,366 | 38.03 percent

State Representative, District 24              

SHERI SMALLWOOD GILLIGAN (I) (REP): 22,810 | 100 percent

State Representative, District 25              

TODD JONES (I) (REP): 15,665 | 66.78 percent

ANITA HOLCOMB TUCKER (DEM): 7,791 | 33.22 percent

State Representative, District 26              

MARC MORRIS (I) (REP): 23,672  | 100 percent

Solicitor General             

B. FINCH (I) (REP): 73,815 | 100 percent

County Commission, District 1               

MOLLY COOPER (REP): 13,483 | 100 percent

County Commission, District 3               

TODD LEVENT (I) (REP): 15,040 | 100 percent

Board of Education, District 1   

WES MCCALL (REP): 13,530 | 100 percent

Board of Education, District 2   

KRISTIN MORRISSEY (I) (REP): 14,931 | 100 percent

Soil and Water 

L. W. RIDINGS (I): 72,077 | 100 percent

Constitutional Amendment #1 / Creates the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund to protect water quality, wildlife habitat, and parks.         

YES: 70,660 | 81.37 percent

NO: 16,177 | 18.63 percent

Constitutional Amendment #2 / Creates a state-wide business court to lower costs, enhance efficiency, and promote predictable judicial outcomes.              

YES: 56,924 | 67.62 percent

NO: 27,259 | 32.38 percent

Constitutional Amendment #3 / Encourages the conservation, sustainability, and longevity of Georgia's working forests through tax subclassification and grants.              

YES: 51,399 | 61.73 percent

NO: 31,862 | 38.27 percent

Constitutional Amendment #4 / Provides rights for victims of crime in the judicial process.        

YES: 66,431 | 77.33 percent

NO: 19,476 | 22.67 percent

Constitutional Amendment #5 / Authorizes fair allocation of sales tax proceeds to county and city school districts.               

YES: 56,274 | 66.87 percent

NO: 27,885 | 33.13 percent

Statewide Referendum A / Provides for a homestead exemption for residents of certain municipal corporations.               

YES: 41,588 | 50.95 percent

NO: 40,039 | 49.05 percent

Statewide Referendum B / Provides a tax exemption for certain homes for the mentally disabled.

YES: 61,703 | 73.36 percent

NO: 22,408 | 26.64 percent

SPLOST

YES: 55,020 | 64.68 percent

NO: 30,046 | 35.32 percent

Sunday Alcohol Sales    

YES: 56,055 | 64.37 percent

NO: 31,025 | 35.63 percent