2014 Election: Anderson County primary voting totals

Anderson County Election Commission

Here are the unofficial election results for the contested races in the Democratic and Republican primaries in Anderson County on Tuesday. The results include all 27 precincts, early voting, and absentee ballots.

Anderson County mayor—Republican primary

  • Terry Frank—3,896 (53 percent)
  • Zach Bates—3,406 (47 percent)

Anderson County chancellor—Republican primary

  • Nichole “Nicki” Cantrell—3,895 (54 percent)
  • Michael S. Farley—2,979 (41 percent)
  • Phil Harber—368 (5 percent)

Anderson County Juvenile Court judge—Republican primary

  • Brian Hunt—3,022 (45 percent)
  • Lauren Biloski—2,078 (31 percent)
  • Victoria “Vickie” Bannach—1,626 (24 percent)

Anderson County sheriff—Republican primary

  • Anthony Lay—3,671 (58 percent)
  • Randy Myers—2,677 (42 percent)

Anderson County Juvenile Court judge—Democratic primary

  • Michael Clement—765 (61 percent)
  • David Dunkirk—494 (39 percent)

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