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Neighborhood Election Results

By Paul Bolster

Although the districts for the Georgia House, Senate, and County Commission encompass voters outside the Porch Press area, we are giving you some of the results from the precincts in our area. It lets you see how your neighbors voted. In case you would like to give them advice, we now know who most of our local officials will be for the next two years. Only in the case of District Attorney Fani Willis is there a Republican opponent in November. However, there are two runoffs on June 18 that do need your vote.

Fulton County

State Senator – Nan Orrock                                               82%

Sheriff – Patrick “Pat” Labat                                              67%

District Attorney – Fani Willis                                           86%

Clerk of the Court — Che Alexander                                    52%

County Commission District 4 – Runoff on June 18

Natalie Hall                                                        41.6%

Mo Ivory                                                           40.6%

Sonya Ofchus                                                     17.8%

It may be useful to see how the precincts in the Porch Press area voted in this election. In our portion of District 4, Ivory was clearly the favorite. 

Polling LocationHallIvoryOfchus
1A Parkside229384112
1B Ormewood Park285573113
1D/E GP Rec Center213530160
1F/D Fan Plex12120399
01T Benteen Elementary7312730

DeKalb County

Chief Executive Officer – Runoff on June 18

            Lorraine Cochran-Johnson                                    46%

            Larry Johnson                                                     36%

There is currently no County Commissioner from East Atlanta because the Board of Elections has not called a special election to replace Larry Johnson who resigned to run for Executive.

State Senator District 44 – Elena Parent                               74%

State House District 90 – Saira Draper                                 68%

Polling LocationDraperEvans
5L Metropolitan575164
Burgess Peterson490123

US House District 5 – Nikema Williams won her primary without opposition.

US House District 14 – Clarence Blalock, formerly of Grant Park, who ran in the last City Council District 1 election, was one of four candidates in the Democratic primary for the Congressional seat in Northeast Georgia. Blalock edged his nearest opponent by 100 votes in the primary. He will be in the runoff on June 18 for the opportunity to challenge Marjorie Taylor Greene. He told The Porch Press, “It’s an uphill climb but I think voters want an alternative to a showboat. I hope my efforts get a few more votes in this district for Biden in November.” To see his campaign issues, go to or call him on his cell phone 706-266-6628. 

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