Polls are closed in the county with 21 out of 21 precincts reporting.
Clarke Tucker has over 51 percent of the vote for Congress in the Democrat primary, District 2, and Jared Henderson has over 74 percent of the vote in the Dem. Governor primary.
Governor Hutchinson received over 68 percent of the vote in the Republican primary against challenger Jan Morgan, 1,887 votes to 864 votes.
Republican Secretary of State primary went to Trevor Drown with 54 percent of the vote over John Thurston.
District 15 Repub state senate went decidedly to Mark Johnson with nearly 71 percent of the vote over Dean Elliot, 777 to 319 votes. Repub State Rep District 68 candidate Stan Berry over Dustin Morphis, 63 percent to 36 percent.
The much anticipated Republican Sheriff primary will result in a run-off, with Lucas Emberton at 49.14 percent of the vote, followed by Kenny Dunham with 19 percent of the vote. Challengers Allen Dale Roberson and Max Young received 15.74 percent and 16.1 percent, respectively.
State Supreme Court was very close, with Courtney Goodson gaining 41.9 percent of the vote to David Sterling’s 29.45 percent, followed by Kenneth Hixson with 28.6.
Court of Appeals was the closest of the night, with Bart Viden over Johnnie Copeland, 51 percent to 48 percent, 1,636 to 1,566 votes, respectively.
Susan Weaver finished strongly against Andrea Woods in the Circuit Judge race, with 64 percent of the vote to 35 percent of the vote, 2,230 to 1,218 respectively.
Prosecuting Attorney will be back, with Carol Crews gaining 46 percent of the vote against Zach Throneberry’s 36 percent, 1,546 to 1,222. Jim Hensley gained 17 percent of the vote in that race.
State Senate District 16 ended with Breanne Davis chalking a major win of 76 percent of the vote over challenger Teresa Gallegos, 795 to 251 votes.
Clinton Zone 4 ended with Angela Hargis Alexander over Scott Teague, 63 percent to 36 percent. Southside Position 5 was Kristen Smith over John Simmons, 59 percent to 40 percent. Shirley Position 5 was Robert Lanier over Tanya Gardner, 64 percent to 35 percent.
School District tax failed in Clinton and Southside, with the difference in Southside of seven votes, 287 against to 280 for. Shirley passed the school district tax, 563 to 433.