With 44 of 68 precincts reporting, only 609 votes separate Garnett Johnson and Steven Kendrick in the race for Augusta mayor. The two candidates are only separate by two percentage points.
In the race for State Court Judge, Ashanti Lilley Pounds leads Evita Paschall by three percentage points.
In the race for Superior Court, Judge Ashley Wright has a commanding lead with over 70% of the vote while Judge Jesse Stone holds a lead of less than one percentage point.
The Augusta mayoral race is neck and neck with Steven Kendrick at 40.75% and Garnett Johnson at 37.43% with 40 of 68 precincts reporting and 27,262 votes cast.
In District 10, John Clarke is maintaining a large lead with 49.27% over challenger Wayne Guilfoyle who has 30.74%.
With 31 of 68 precincts reporting Steven Kendrick’s lead over Garnett Johnson has shrunk to just 897 votes.
In District 2, Stacy Pulliam has fallen under the 50% number needed to avoid a runoff.
In District 4, Alvin Mason’s lead over Betty Reese seems to be holding at the same percentages as earlier reported.
In District 10, incumbent John Clarke’s lead has fallen under the 50% needed to avoid a runoff.
In the race for Superior Court Judge Ashely Wright is maintaining a large lead with over 70% of the vote.
With 13 of 68 precincts reporting Tony Lewis has pulled out in front of Jeremy Johnson with 51% of the vote to Johnsons 37.35%.
Richmond County Election Update: With early voting results in Steven Kendrick is in the lead in the mayoral contest with 43.8% of the vote with Garnett Johnson in second place with 35.8%. Marion Williams is in third place with 9.7%.
In District 2, Stacy Pulliam has a commanding lead with 45.1% of the vote with Von Pouncey at 17.9%. LeRoy “Ray Montana” Crew is in last place with 5.1% of the vote.
In District 4, Alvin Mason is leading Betty Reece with 57.2% of the vote.
In District 6 ,Jeremy Johnson has a commanding lead with 53% of the vote with Tony Lewis in second with 36.7%.
In Super District 10, John Clarke has a large lead of Wayne Guilfoyle with 50% of the vote to Guilfoyle 26%.