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Runoffs Develop in Two Judge Races Aug. 21

Here are vote counts for three Gwinnett Superior, State and Probate Court contests from the July 31 Primary. Two races to require runoffs Aug. 21.

Here are the vote results in the races for three Gwinnett County judgeships. Two of the contests will require a runoff to decide. The winners will replace three retiring judges.

Gwinnett Superior Court Judge (Non-Partisan)
Precincts Reporting
100%
Tracey Mason Blasi – 16,607 (20.39%)
Chris McClurg – 11,071 (13.59%)
Kathy Schrader – 35,468 (43.54)%
Giles Sexton – 3,802 (4.67%)
Robert D. Walker – 14,263 (17.51%)

A runoff Aug. 21 between Tracey Blasi and Kathy Schrader will determine the winner.

Gwinnett State Court Judge (Non-Partisan)
Precincts Reporting
100%
Emily Brantley – 22,477 (27.95%)
Pam Britt – 21,612 (26.87%)
Norman Cuadra – 6,191 (7.70%)
Greg Lundy – 11,250 (13.99%)
Richard Winegarden – 18,683 (23.23%)

Emily Brantley and Pam Britt will face each other in a runoff Aug 21 to decide the winner.

Gwinnett Probate Court Judge (Partisan)
Precincts Reporting
100%
Chris Ballar (R) – 33,491 ((59.31%)
Marlene Duwell (R) – 22,973 (40.69%)

Chris Ballar is the winner with no opposition in the Nov. 6 General Election.

 R= Republican

Results obtained from Georgia Secretary of State Elections Division.

George Wilson August 16, 2012 at 06:20 PM
The right- wing of the Republican party has set about politicizing the judicial system.No where is this more evident than the race for superior court judge.One candidate,Kathy Schrader has been endorsed by two of our most radical local legislators Buzz Brockway and David Casas. In addition, the anti- choice organization Georgia Right to Life organization has endorsed her.To me, the race judges has taken on a ideological slant that should make every citizen uneasy.This also happens to be one of the objectives of several national right-wing organizations funded by the Koch brothers.

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