Ben Farmer elected to School Board

Results of the AUGUST 6, 2020, Bledsoe County General Election and State/Federal Primaries are below. Note, these are BLEDSOE COUNTY RESULTS ONLY, and do not necessarily represent the state winner. These results have not yet been certified.

More details on the vote will be in the AUGUST 13 issue of The Bledsonian-Banner.

ELECTION RESULTS 

[BOLD DENOTES PERSON RECEIVING THE MOST VOTES IN BLEDSOE COUNTY BY PARTY. ITALICS DENOTE INCUMBENT.]

COUNTY GENERAL: ALL LOCAL OFFICES WERE UNCONTESTED OTHER THAN THE DISTRICT 4 SCHOOL BOARD SEAT. 

ASSESSOR OF PROPERTY

Zach Olendorf [D], 1,288

 

COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 1, PART C, UNEXPIRED TERM

Robert L. Reece [I], 247

 

SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 2

Vincent R. Boring, 196

 

SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 4

Ben Farmer, 154

Stacy Holman Farmer, 101

 

SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 5, UNEXPIRED TERM

Carolyn M. Oakes, 256

 

SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 6

Andy Billingsley, 272

 

UNITED STATES SENATE, REPUBLICAN

Clifford Adkins, 15

Natisha Brooks, 11

Byron Bush, 18

Roy Dale Cope, 8

Terry Dicus, 0

Tom Emerson, Jr., 5

George S. Flinn, Jr., 27

Bill Hagerty, 885

Jon Henry, 28

Kent A. Morrell, 1

Glen L. Neal Jr., 3

John E. Osborne, 4

Aaron L. Pettigrew, 4

David Schuster, 0

Manny Sethi, 476

 

UNITED STATES SENATE, DEMOCRATIC

Marquita Bradshaw, 58

Gary G Davis, 85

Robin Kimbrough, 44

James Mackler, 70

Mark Pickrell, 29

 

UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, DISTRICT 4, REPUBLICAN

Scott DesJarlais, 941

Doug Meyer, 210

Randy A Sharp, 297

 

UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, DISTRICT 4, DEMOCRATIC

Noelle Bivens, 81

Christopher J. Hale, 208

 

TENNESSEE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, DISTRICT 31, REPUBLICAN

Ron Travis, 1,302

 

TENNESSEE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, DISTRICT 31, DEMOCRATIC

Dean Sparks, 278

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