Hawkins County Republican Primary

County Mayor
Winner will face Tim Carwile (I) in the Aug. 5 general election.

Precinct Bailey 31.72% Deal 26.26% Jackson 18.05% Knowles .89% Markham 9.32% Sharp 13.75% Write-in .02% Precinct Totals
Alum Well (6) 223 7 28 2 19 20 0 299
Armory Inside 27 55 31 4 11 10 0 138
Armory Outside 1 4 0 1 1 1 0 8
Bulls Gap Inside 42 3 18 0 19 26 0 108
Bulls Gap Outside 59 10 43 0 35 31 1 179
Carters Valley (3) 44 211 61 11 10 35 0 372
Choptack (6) 209 45 66 5 45 71 0 441
Church Hill Inside (2) 93 857 144 11 40 65 1 1211
Church Hill Outside (2) 2 21 2 0 3 1 0 29
Clinch  (6) 100 2 21 1 3 15 0 142
Dykes (4) 17 38 24 0 6 11 0 96
Keplar (4) 51 6 32 1 19 21 0 130
McPheeter’s Bend (2) 21 180 28 2 7 19 0 257
Mooresburg (6) 209 8 53 3 11 35 0 319
Mt. Carmel (1) 60 306 84 6 34 40 0 530
Rogersville North Inside (5) 163 27 98 2 40 64 0 394
Rogersville North Outside (4) 190 33 79 0 27 50 0 379
Rogersville South Inside (5) 238 37 143 1 45 145 0 609
Rogersville South Outside (5) 288 41 132 3 77 126 0 667
Saint Clair (7) 146 19 75 1 129 65 0 435
Strahl/Cherokee (7) 218 31 95 2 118 98 0 562
Surgoinsville Inside (4) 113 109 86 1 36 54 0 399
Surgoinsville Outside (4) 97 73 69 2 45 49 0 335
Upper Beech (4) 14 3 9 2 3 6 0 37
Wallace (3) 44 134 75 14 15 50 0 332
Watterson (3) 90 24 74 2 13 88 0 291
Candidate Totals 2759 2284 1570 77 811 1196 2 8699

Sheriff’s Race Decided in the Primary
Ronnie Lawson wins

Precinct Mark Johnson 43.19% Ronnie Lawson 48.66% David Rogers 6.73% Charles Wynn 1.39% Write-In .02% Precinct Totals
Alum Well (6) 83 175 34 3 0 295
Armory Inside 75 40 1 21 0 137
Armory Outside 6 3 0 0 0 9
Bulls Gap Inside 20 78 13 1 0 112
Bulls Gap Outside 45 112 21 1 0 179
Carters Valley (3) 225 143 9 8 0 385
Choptack (6) 117 283 36 4 0 440
Church Hill Inside (2) 975 222 14 11 0 1222
Church Hill Outside (2) 22 7 0 2 0 31
Clinch  (6) 39 79 15 5 0 138
Dykes (4) 47 52 2 1 0 102
Keplar (4) 35 79 10 3 0 127
McPheeter’s Bend (2) 204 47 6 3 1 261
Mooresburg (6) 89 170 45 5 0 309
Mt. Carmel (1) 379 147 17 5 0 548
Rogersville North Inside (5) 80 260 45 8 0 393
Rogersville North Outside (4) 97 244 24 12 0 377
Rogersville South Inside (5) 137 410 55 6 1 609
Rogersville South Outside (5) 183 407 66 6 0 662
Saint Clair (7) 99 289 49 0 0 437
Strahl/Cherokee (7) 148 364 54 4 0 570
Surgoinsville Inside (4) 205 167 27 2 0 401
Surgoinsville Outside (4) 177 145 16 1 0 339
Upper Beech (4) 13 22 3 1 0 39
Wallace (3) 191 144 6 2 0 343
Watterson (3) 92 173 21 7 0 293
Candidate Totals 3783 4262 589 122 2 8758

Superintendent of Roads
Lowell Bean wins with 52.47% followed by Dennis Lowe with 19.04% and Scott Helton with 17.65%.  A total of 8403 votes were cast.  Bean will face Riley Jones (D) in the Aug. 5 general election.


Court Clerk Holly Jaynes (R) ran unopposed in the primary and faces no opposition in the general election.
Also running unopposed are Register Judy C. Kirkpatrick (R) and Trustee Patsy Charles-Courtney (R).  Current County Clerk  A. Carroll Jenkins (D) will face Republican Mike Carpenter in the general election.

For County Commission
In DISTRICT 1, Chris Jones (D, incumbent) and Gary Lawson(D) will face Republicans Dwight M. Carter (incumbent), Thomas Wheeler and former commissioner Syble Vaughan Trent.
In DISTRICT 2 Democrats Benny (Jeff) Barrett and Fred Montgomery (incumbent) will face Republicans  Dustin E. Dean, Tom Kern, Jeff Thacker and Independent Fred Castle.
In DISTRICT 3,  Republicans Danny C. Alvis (incumbent), Hubert F. Neal  and Stacy D. Vaughan (incumbent) will face Independent Donald Phillips.
In DISTRICT 4 Democrat Eddie McNally and Independent Trevor R. Kahl will join Republicans Linda G. Kimbro (incumbent), Virgil L. Mallett (incumbent) and Joe McLain on the ballot for the general election. Current Commissioner Hanes Cooper was defeated in the primary.
In DISTRICT 5, Democrat Eddie Frost will face Republicans Charlie C. Freeman, John C. Metz, and former school board member Glenda Petty Davis.
In DISTRICT 6, Republicans Shane Bailey (incumbent) Darrell W. Gilliam, and Gary W. Hicks, Jr. (incumbent) face no opposition.
In DISTRICT 7, current commissioner J. Carmel Maddox was defeated. Republicans Charlie Newton (incumbent), Robert (Bob) Palmer (incumbent) and Lynn Short face no opposition in the general election.

Unopposed in the General Election are constables Dave Bamberg (R-1), Joey Maddox (R-7), and Charlie Gibson (R-5.)  In DISTRICT 2, Democrat Ron Skelton, Jr. will face Republican Freddie Lee Castle, in DISTRICT 4 Democrat Reggie L. Evans will face Republican James T. Hammonds, and in DISTRICT 6, Democrat Scottie Thacker will face Republican Mike Seals and in DISTRICT 3, Republican Kevin Johnson will face Independent Isaac Scott Bellamy.

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