Rob. Co. Election Results For November 8, 2022

Rob. Co. Election Results For November 8, 2022

Rob. Co. Election Results For November 8, 2022

Early voting turnout was up about 50%. Early voting numbers today came in at 6828, that’s just under a 50% jump from the August Primary numbers which came in at 3798.  The total for the August Primary was 8479. We will have the 2022 General election total numbers later this evening.

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Election results In Robertson County, TN for November 8, 2022, will be published below throughout the evening beginning with early voting numbers.

UPDATE: Due to high voter turnout numbers are coming in a little slower than usual. 

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Voting Numbers will be added starting at 8PM. Final numbers are expected after 9PM.

The November 8th Robertson County Ballot consists of elections for the State Governor and State Reps, Cities of Adams, Cedar Hill, Town of Coopertown, Cross Plains, Millersville, Orlinda, Portland, Ridgetop, Springfield and White House.

TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 8, 2022

 

Republican (R)
Democrat (D)
Independent (I)

 

 

UPDATE: Due to high voter turnout numbers are coming in a little slower than usual. 

GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE -Vote For One (1)

BILL LEE (R) 14,066

JASON BRANTLEY MARTIN (D) 4,048

CONSTANCE M. EVERY (I) 100

JOHN GENTRY (I) 192

BASIL MARCEAUX (I) 19

CHARLES VAN MORGAN (I) 23

ALFRED O’NEIL (I) 8

DEBORAH ROUSE (I) 28

MICHAEL E. SCANTLAND (I) 2

RICK TYLER (I) 22

WRITE-IN 27

 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT # 1 – Vote For One (1)

Summary:
This amendment would add a new section to article XI of the Tennessee Constitution to make it illegal for any person, corporation, association, or the State of Tennessee or its political subdivisions to deny or attempt to deny employment to any person because of the person’s membership in, affiliation with, resignation from, or refusal to join or affiliate with any labor union or employee organization.

Question:

Shall Article XI of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following language as a new section?

It is unlawful for any person, corporation, association, or this state or its political subdivisions to deny or attempt to deny employment to any person by reason of the person’s membership in, affiliation with, resignation from, or refusal to join or affiliate with any labor union or employee organization.

YES 13,284

NO 4,494

 

 

UPDATE: Due to high voter turnout numbers are coming in a little slower than usual. 

Constitutional Amendment # 2 Vote For One (1)

Summary:

This amendment would add to article III, section 12 of the
Tennessee Constitution a process for the temporary exercise of the powers and duties of the governor by the Speaker of the Senate-or the Speaker of the House if there is no Speaker of the Senate in office-when the governor is unable to discharge the powers and duties of the office of governor. While a Speaker is temporarily discharging the powers and duties of the governor, the Speaker would not be required to resign as Speaker or to resign as a member of the legislature; but the Speaker would not be able to preside as Speaker or vote as a member of the legislature. A Speaker who is temporarily discharging the powers and duties of the governor would not get the governor’s salary but would get the Speaker’s salary. The amendment would also exempt a Speaker who is temporarily discharging the powers and duties of the governor from provisions in the Constitution that would otherwise prohibit the Speaker from exercising the powers of the governor and from simultaneously holding more than one state office.

Question:

Shall Article III, Section 12 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following language immediately following the current language in the Section? Whenever the Governor transmits to the Secretary of State, the Speaker of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, a written, signed declaration that the Governor is unable to discharge the powers and duties of the office, the powers and duties of the office of
Governor shall be temporarily discharged by the Speaker of the Senate as Acting Governor, or if that office is unoccupied, then by the Speaker of the House of Representatives as Acting Governor, until the Governor transmits to the same officials a written, signed declaration that the Governor is able to discharge the powers and duties of the office.

Whenever a majority of the commissioners of administrative departments of the Executive Department transmits to the Secretary of State, the Speaker of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written, signed declaration that the Governor is unable to discharge the powers and duties of the office, the Speaker of the Senate shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting Governor, or if that office is unoccupied, then the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting Governor, until the Governor transmits to the same officials a written, signed declaration that the Governor is able to discharge the powers and duties of the office.

Whenever a Speaker is temporarily discharging the powers and duties of the office of Governor as Acting Governor, such Speaker shall not be required to resign the Speaker’s position as the Speaker or to resign as a member of the general assembly and shall retain the Speaker’s salary and not receive the Governor’s salary, but such Speaker shall not preside as Speaker or vote as a member of the general assembly during the time the Speaker is Acting Governor.
and Shall Article III, Section 13 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following language immediately before the period at the end of the Section?

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT # 2 – Vote For One (1)

except as provided in Article III, Section 12 with regard to the Speaker of the Senate or the Speaker of the House of Representatives temporarily discharging the powers and duties of the office of Governor as Acting Governor and Shall Article II, Section 26 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following language at the end of the Section?

This section shall not apply with regard to the Speaker of the Senate or the Speaker of the House of Representatives temporarily discharging the powers and duties of the office of Governor as Acting Governor under Article III, Section 12.

YES 11,905

NO 4,666

 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT # 3 – Vote For One (1)

Summary:

This amendment would change the current language in article I, section 33 of the Tennessee Constitution, which says that slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a person who has been duly convicted of crime, are forever prohibited in this State. The amendment would delete this current language and replace it with the following language: “Slavery and involuntary servitude are forever prohibited. Nothing in this section shall prohibit an inmate from working when the inmate has been duly
convicted of a crime.”

Question:

Shall Article I, Section 33 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the section and substituting instead the following?

Section 33. Slavery and involuntary servitude are forever prohibited. Nothing in this section shall prohibit an inmate from working when the inmate has been duly convicted of a crime.

YES 13,288

NO 4,079

 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT # 4 – Vote For One (1)

Summary:

This amendment would delete article IX, section 1 of the Tennessee Constitution, which prohibits ministers of the gospel and priests of any denomination from holding a seat in either House of the legislature.

Question:

Shall Article IX, Section 1 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the section?

YES 10,606

NO 6,099

 

 

UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT – Vote For One (1)

MARK E GREEN (R) 13,638

ODESSA KELLY (D) 3,843

STEVEN J. HOOPER (I) 369

WRITE-IN 7

 

 

TENNESSEE SENATE DISTRICT 23 – Vote For One (1)

KERRY ROBERTS (R) 14,910
Republican Party Nominee

WRITE-IN 417

 

 


TENNESSEE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 66- Vote For One (1)

SABI (DOC) KUMAR (R) 14,554

WRITE-IN 368

 

 

CITY OF ADAMS MUNICIPAL ELECTION

CITY COMMISSIONER CITY OF ADAMS Vote For One (1)

WAYNE EVANS (I) 143

WRITE-IN 2

 

 

CITY OF CEDAR HILL MUNICIPAL ELECTION

CITY COMMISSIONER CITY OF CEDAR HILL – Vote For Two (2)

MARQUITA PETTUS (I) 52

WRITE-IN 0

 

 

UPDATE: Due to high voter turnout numbers are coming in a little slower than usual. 

TOWN OF COOPERTOWN MUNICIPAL ELECTION

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ALDERMAN WARD 1 TOWN OF COOPERTOWN – Vote For One (1)

ROBERT DALE ANDERSON (I) 699

WRITE-IN 15

ALDERMAN WARD 2 TOWN OF COOPERTOWN – Vote For One (1)

RANDALL HAYES (I) 594

WRITE-IN 16

 

 

CITY OF CROSS PLAINS MUNICIPAL ELECTION

CITY COMMISSIONER CITY OF CROSS PLAINS – Vote For Two (2)

BARRY FAULKNER (I) 300

MARLENE GRAVES (I) 226

CHAD ROGERS(I) 179

DIANNE STURDIVANT (I) 167

WRITE-IN 3

WRITE-IN 1

CITY COMMISSIONER UNEXPIRED TERM CITY OF CROSS PLAINS – Vote For One (1)

SAM HASTING (I) 391

WRITE-IN 2

 

 

CITY OF MILLERSVILLE MUNICIPAL ELECTION

CITY COMMISSIONER AT-LARGE CITY OF MILLERSVILLE – Vote For Two (2)

DAVID GREGORY (I) 521

TOMMY LONG (I) 711

LARRY PETTY (I) 309

WRITE-IN 1

WRITE-IN 0

 

 

CITY COMMISSIONER UNEXPIRED TERM CITY OF MILLERSVILLE Vote For One (1)

MILTON L. DORRIS (I) 535

CAITLIN DUKE (I) 517

WRITE-IN 0

 

 

CITY OF ORLINDA MUNICIPAL ELECTION

CITY COMMISSIONER CITY OF ORLINDA – Vote For Three (3)

SHERRY CARVER (I) 117

BEN ELLIS (I) 144

WALTER LEE (I) 100

WRITE-IN (I) 54 

WRITE-IN (I) 39

WRITE-IN (I) 5

CITY COMMISSIONER UNEXPIRED TERM CITY OF ORLINDA
Vote For One (1)

JENNIFER JOHNSON (I) 129

J.W. ROGERS (I) 83

WRITE-IN (I) 3

 

 

CITY OF PORTLAND MUNICIPAL ELECTION

MAYOR CITY OF PORTLAND – Vote For One (1)

MIKE CALLIS (I) 1346

CHARLES COLE (I) 280

WRITE-IN (I) 

ALDERMAN AT-LARGE CITY OF PORTLAND – Vote For Three (3)

LLOYD DUNN (I) 331

MIKE HALL (I) 911

LATOYA HOLCOMB (I) 662

DREW JENNINGS (I) 911

DEWEL SCRUGGS (I) 579

MEGANN D. THOMPSON (I) 771

WRITE-IN

WRITE-IN

WRITE-IN

CITY OF PORTLAND SALES AND USE TAX REFERENDUM Vote For One (1)

Shall Ordinance No. 22-41 be approved to establish a uniform local
option sales tax rate of 2.75% within all parts of the City, except where the sales tax rate is limited or modified by statute, with the
additional proceeds from the increase in the sales tax to be used for public safety and street paving.

FOR 764

AGAINST 1056

 

 

CITY OF RIDGETOP MUNICIPAL ELECTION

MAYOR UNEXPIRED TERM CITY OF RIDGETOP Vote For One (1)

TIM SHAW (I) 484

WRITE-IN 16

ALDERMAN CITY OF RIDGETOP – Vote For Two (2)

DALE GILMORE (I) 284

MONTY GREGORY (I) 295

KIM S. MARTIN (I) 313

WRITE-IN 9

WRITE-IN 1

ALDERMAN (Unexp) CITY OF RIDGETOP – Vote For Two (1)

JOHN SENFT (I) 452

WRITE-IN 5

 

 

CITY OF SPRINGFIELD MUNICIPAL ELECTION

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ALDERMAN WARD 1 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD – Vote For One (1)

JAMES M. HUBBARD (I) 209

WRITE-IN 7

ALDERMAN WARD 2 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD – Vote For One (1)

BOBBY W. TROTTER (I) 208

WRITE-IN 4

ALDERMAN WARD 3 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD – Vote For One (1)

JEFF GRAGG (I) 515

WRITE-IN 7

 

 

UPDATE: Due to high voter turnout numbers are coming in a little slower than usual. 

CITY OF WHITE HOUSE MUNICIPAL ELECTION

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MAYOR CITY OF WHITE HOUSE – Vote For One (1)

JOHN CORBITT (I) 1470

CLIF HUTSON (I) 761

WRITE-IN 14

ALDERMAN WARD 1 CITY OF WHITE HOUSE – Vote For One (1)

WILL GREEN (I) 309

SAM MATTHEWS (I) 383

WRITE-IN 7

ALDERMAN WARD 2 CITY OF WHITE HOUSE
Vote For One (1)

JANA SINGER SPICER (I) 727

WRITE-IN 20

CITY JUDGE CITY OF WHITE HOUSE Vote For One (1)

JOSEPH ZANGER (I) 1398

WRITE-IN 13

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Robertson County Election Commission
513 South Brown St., Room 137
Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: 615-384-5592 /Fax: 615-382-3122
Questions/contact – click here
Website

 

Public Notices, Community Events & Announcements

 

ROBERTSON COUNTY VOTING PRECINCTS

• District 1-1 East Robertson Elementary 5177 East Robertson Rd. Cross Plains
• District 2-1 Robert F. Woodall Elementary 300 Eden Way White House
• District 3-1 Ebenezer Baptist Church 6028 Ebenezer Rd. Greenbrier
• District 3-2 White House Heritage HS 7744 Hwy 76 East White House
• District 4-1 Watauga Elementary School 1755 Lake Rd. Greenbrier
• District 5-1 Greenbrier High School 126 Cuniff Dr. Greenbrier
• District 6-1 Coopertown Middle School 3820 Hwy 49 West Springfield
• District 6-2 Mt. Sharon C.P. Church 4634 Mt Sharon Church Rd. Greenbrier
• District 7-1 Jo Byrns Elementary School 6399 Hwy 41 North Cedar Hill
• District 7-2 Stroudsville Church of Christ 1531 Stroudsville Rd. Adams
• District 8-1 Krisle School 6712 Hwy 49 East Springfield
• District 8-2 H.A.T.S. 4859 Hwy 431 North Springfield
• District 8-3 Owens Chapel Fellowship Hall 6730 Owens Chapel Rd. Springfield
• District 9-1 Robertson County Fair Assoc. 4635 Hwy 41 North Springfield
• District 10-1 South Haven Christian School 112 Academy Drive Springfield
• District 11-1 Westside School 309 Alsup Dr. Springfield
• District 11-2 Heads Free Will Baptist Church 2792 Heads Church Rd. Cedar Hill
• District 12-1 Bransford School 700 Bransford Dr. Springfield

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