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  Fulton
County Government
  Sheriff  Patrick "Pat" Labat 1 20 +100.00%
  Tax Commissioner  Arthur E. Ferdinand 3 20 +100.00%
  Clerk Superior Court  Cathelene "Tina" Robinson 1 20 +100.00%
 County Surveyor   
  Solicitor-General  Keith Gammage 2 20 +100.00%
County Commission
  County Commission  Democratic Party Control 0 20 +14.29%
City
 Alpharetta  66,255
 Atlanta  506,811
 Chattahoochee Hills  3,207
 College Park  15,212
 East Point  34,849
 Fairburn  15,882
 Hapeville  6,537
 Johns Creek  84,310
 Milton  39,217
 Mountain Park  547
 Palmetto  4,851
 Roswell  94,650
 Sandy Springs  108,797
 South Fulton  97,277
 Union City  21,873
Board of Education
 Board of Education   
District Attorney
  District Attorney  Fani Willis 1 20 +100.00%
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Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeFulton WinnerYrFulton Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
10.76% Governor   Stacey Abrams 18 306,589 72.34% +23.51%
10.78% Lieutenant Governor   Sarah Riggs Amico 18 289,382 71.01% +22.64%
10.29% Secretary of State   John Barrow 18 112,170 73.98% +25.87%
10.76% Attorney General   Charlie Bailey 18 292,909 70.49% +21.80%
10.73% Agriculture Commissioner   Fred Swann 18 281,982 68.40% +21.48%
10.71% School Superintendent   Otha Thornton 18 282,779 68.36% +21.39%
10.71% Labor Commissioner   Richard Keatley 18 285,797 69.35% +21.81%
10.48% President   Joe Biden 20 380,212 72.59% +23.12%
10.90% Senate Class II   Jon Ossoff 21 350,342 71.68% +21.07%
10.90% Senate Class III   Raphael Warnock 21 354,552 72.54% +21.50%
63.21% GA - District 05   Nikema Williams 20 188,049 83.92% -1.23%
49.22% GA - District 06   Lucy McBath 20 105,615 54.03% -0.56%
6.96% GA - District 11   Barry Loudermilk 20 15,301 54.16% -6.27%
18.51% GA - District 13   David A. Scott 20 62,048 92.96% +15.57%
10.61% Amendment 1: Intervene in Failing Schools   No 16 241,194 56.42% -3.49%
10.61% Amendment 2: Additional Penalties for Sex Crimes   Yes 16 351,713 83.32% +0.01%
10.50% Amendment 3: Replace Judicial Qualifications Commission   Yes 16 243,628 61.93% -0.57%
9.76% State Supreme Court Justice 2   Beth Beskin 20 122,922 59.88% +12.07%
10.49% GA Public Service Commissioner 1   Robert G. Bryant 20 343,799 67.16% +20.94%
10.32% GA Public Service Commissioner 3   Lindy Miller 18 112,342 74.30% +26.05%
10.89% GA Public Service Commissioner 4   Daniel Blackman 21 340,664 70.56% +20.94%
6.28% GA House 022   Wesley E. "Wes" Cantrell 20 1,963 72.89% -1.53%
10.27% GA House 025   Christa Olenczak 20 2,063 52.28% +14.05%
6.49% GA House 040   Erick E. Allen 20 1,163 50.50% -7.87%
10.48% GA House 045   Sara Tindall Ghazal 20 2,448 65.72% +20.70%
34.07% GA House 063   Debra Bazemore 20 9,624 95.96% +17.18%
28.22% GA House 080   Matthew Wilson 20 4,850 58.21% -0.55%
6.07% GA House 095   Erica McCurdy 20 1,097 61.15% +17.08%
51.74% GA Senate 06   Jen Jordan 20 28,429 54.38% -7.13%
11.69% GA Senate 32   Christine Triebsch 20 6,938 52.26% +8.22%
7.20% GA Senate 40   Garry Guan 20 3,389 52.40% +12.89%
35.88% GA Senate 48   Michelle Au 20 17,030 54.21% -1.97%
94.76% GA Senate 56   John Albers 20 48,119 50.40% -0.69%
10.25% (1) Public Charter Schools   Yes 12 251,115 65.89% +7.31%
10.12% (2) Multi-Year Lease Agreements   Yes 12 251,161 69.84% +6.07%
10.51% Amendment 1 - Dedicating Tax and Fee Revenue   Yes 20 420,781 84.79% +3.17%
10.53% Amendment 2 - Allow Residents to Seek Declaratory Relief from Certain Laws   Yes 20 392,495 79.69% +5.24%
10.22% Conservation Property Tax Reduction   Yes 08 262,887 71.26% +3.26%
9.84% Court Enforcement of Competitive Contracts   Yes 10 161,790 68.03% +0.45%
9.79% Exemption of Business Inventory from State Property Tax   Yes 10 131,702 55.47% +1.46%
10.15% Gay Marriage Ban   Yes 04 197,342 60.33% -15.83%
9.76% Industrial-Zoned Property Regulations   Yes 10 147,546 63.16% -0.35%
10.13% Infrastructure Development Districts for Underserved Areas   Yes 08 189,925 54.46% +6.08%
9.89% Multiyear Contracts for Long-Term Transportation Projects   Yes 10 130,479 54.31% +4.39%
9.91% Multiyear Contracts for Projects to Improve Energy Efficiency   Yes 10 163,952 67.94% +7.14%
10.18% Permit School Districts to Use Tax Funds for Community Redevelopment Purposes   Yes 08 215,028 58.25% +6.71%
9.90% Private Vehicle Tag Fee for Statewide Trauma Care   Yes 10 140,989 55.86% +8.51%
10.52% Referendum A - Property Tax Exemption for Certain Charities   Yes 20 383,792 77.35% +4.26%
10.81% State Flag   2003 Flag 04 62,174 72.89% -0.25%
9.94% Supreme Court Jurisdiction to Answer Questions of Law from Federal Courts   Yes 04 206,687 69.44% +0.47%

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Established December 20, 1853
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Last ModifiedIndyGeorgia December 22, 2020 07:44pm
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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Feb 03, 2021 12:00pm General Inside The Battle For Fulton County‚Äôs Votes  Article IndyGeorgia 
Aug 01, 2007 02:00pm News Teen jailed over paid traffic ticket  Article Servo 
Jan 23, 2007 11:00pm News White Atlanta suburbs push for secession  Article Bob 
Oct 13, 2003 12:00am News Atlanta Airport Renaming Stirs Tensions  Article Servo 

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