Roane County Executive Ron Woody was elected to a second four-year term on Thursday, and Sheriff Jack Stockton won a third term.
Woody beat former county mayor Mike Farmer, who previously lost to Woody after one term, by a 60 to 40 percent margin. The unofficial vote tally, with all 24 precincts reporting, was 3,388 votes for Woody to 2,237 for Farmer.
Roane County Sheriff Jack Stockton coasted to re-election, beating Rockwood Police Department Patrolman Jared Hall by a 78 to 22 percent margin. The vote tally was 4,504 to 1,284, according to the unofficial election results.
Sarah Stewart finished first in a field of three candidates to become Roane County Circuit Court Clerk. She had 2,197 votes (40 percent) to 2,088 votes (38 percent) for Ann Goldston and 1,213 (22 percent) for Marty Miles.
In a tight race for Roane County School Board 3/4, Mike Taylor collected 399 votes (37 percent) to 346 for L. Sam Cox (32 percent) and 343 (32 percent) for Mike Smith. Two seats were available.
James Brummett of Oliver Springs and Steve Kelley of west Oak Ridge were unopposed for two seats on Roane County Commission, District 4.
See the results here.