Shane Reeves Beats Joe Carr in 14th State Senate Republican Primary

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(L-R) Republican Primary winner Shane Reeves and his proud father Richard Reeves.
Joe Carr at WGNS

Shane Reeves wins the Republican primary against Joe Carr in the 14th State Senate special election. NewsRadio WGNS' Bart Walker was at the Reeves campaign headquarters to catch up with the Republican nominee:



Again - Reeves will face Democratic challenger Gayle Jordan, who was unopposed in primary. That election will be in March.

In Rutherford County, Reeves received 2,155 votes or 66% to Joe Carr's 1,099 votes or 34%. District wide, Reeves garnered 4,720 votes or 65% to Carr's 2,556 votes or 35%.

The 14th State Senate district includes the eastern half of Rutherford County along with all of Bedford, Marshall, Moore and Lincoln Counties.

The special election was called when Jim Tracy was appointed by the Trump Administration to a statewide position with the USDA.


PREVIOUS REPORTS ON THE ELECTION:

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We will have the latest here on WGNSRadio.com on the Republican primary for the 14th State Senate race between Joe Carr and Shane Reeves. Check back here for up-to-the-minute results, reports and more.

8PM LOCAL AND DISTRICT RESULTS:


Districtwide at 7:30pm: Shane Reeves 65%, Joe Carr 35% (early voting and absentees)

EARLY VOTING NUMBERS FOR RUTHERFORD COUNTY

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Then NewsRadio WGNS spoke with Shane Reeves who was surrounded by supporters at the Parthenon Restaurant . . .


UP TO THE MINUTE RUTHERFORD COUNTY VOTE RESULTS

UP TO THE MINUTE DISTRICT WIDE VOTE RESULTS

UP TO THE MINUTE COUNTY-BY-COUNTY VOTE RESULTS (REPUBLICAN PRIMARY)

UP TO THE MINUTE COUNTY-BY-COUNTY VOTE RESULTS (DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY)

14TH DISTRICT STATE SENATE SEAT includes the eastern half of Rutherford County along with all of Bedford, Marshall, Moore and Lincoln Counties. LINK TO SENATORIAL MAP.

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