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Archived voting results

  • Nov 2, 2010 GenElec
    *Macon Jun2010 primary, part1 and part2
    *Macon Sample ballot


    Nov 7, 2012 Gen Elec
    *Macon Sample ballot
    *State Constitution Amendments by cnty
    *State results


    Nov 4, 2014 Gen Elec

    *Macon Cnty 3Jun14 primary
    *14Jul2014 run-off, Notasulga
    *Macon Sample ballot
    *MaconCntyDemOfficialGuide * General Election 4Nov2014
    *NotasulgaGenElec4Nov2014 *Straight party votes by party and county
    *Nat'l picture returning 96.7% state executives


    Mar 1, 2016 Probate primary results
    Mar 1, 2016 SoS cnty primary results
    Mar 1, 2016 SoS state primary results

    Nov 8, 2016 (unofficial) cnty general results. Compilation of MaconCnty recommendations and admendment votes


    "I didn't know I was a slave until I found out I couldn't do the things I wanted." Frederick Douglass. How true is that of today? Look no further than the BLM and Cliven Bundy in Nevada just days ago. The EPA, Department of Education and FEMA are just a few who continuously work to enslave the citizens of this nation.

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    "Just because you do not take an interest in politics, doesn't mean politics won't take an interest in you." Pericles

    "Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote." George Jean Nathan

    Don't think for a second your vote does not count. took a look at some close races during 2014 election season. Here is the text from an email I received from them clearly demonstrating every vote counts.

    • Closer to home Lucyburns is not aware of but should be. Roger Bedford (D) lost to Larry Stutts (R) by only 70 votes in recount on Dec 1, 2014 after 28 years in the Senate.
    • Heads or tails? So far in 2014, not one but two judicial races have been decided by a coin toss. Yes, a coin toss. In May 2014, an exact tie between runoff primary candidates in Llano County, Texas resulted in a coin toss to determine the race’s victor. In July 2014, after two New Mexico magistrate judicial candidates each received exactly 2,879 votes, the winner was determined by a coin toss in a courthouse in Gallup, New Mexico.
    • Embattled incumbent U.S. Congressman Scott DeJarlais recently eked out a Republican primary victory by just 38 votes.
    • The list of state legislative incumbents defeated in 2014 features a number of candidates who have lost by razor thin margins, including New Mexico State Rep. Mary Helen Garcia, who lost her Democratic primary by a mere 16 votes. Meanwhile, Maryland House of Delegates candidate Philip Parenti won his Republican primary by just 17 votes.
    • In Shelby County, Texas, a judicial challenger for the Shelby County Court ousted an incumbent judge by just three votes out of 3,263 votes cast.
    • In a race that’s still undecided, two Democratic Wisconsin State Senate candidates are currently separated by just two votes. Pat Bomhack and Ernie Wittmer are awaiting the results of a recount to determine who will face District 17’s incumbent State Senator Howard Marklein in November’s general election.



      Alabama House District 82

      • Representative Pebblin Warren of Tuskegee
        • UPDATE August 28, 2010. What a difference a few months make. Before the primary election Representative Warren and I spoke of our families and the campaign trail before a Notasulga forum of the candidates. Less than 3 months later she refused to shake my hand at the Macon County Family Day celebration of all places! Could the sudden change in attitude toward me have something to do with me being honest with her in telling her I would not vote for her because of 1) she being a double dipper, 2) she being one of 6 legislators suing the state to continue to receive benefits from two state agencies for the same day's work, 3) me being critical of her introducing a bill that became law effecting her husband's office, Macon County Sheriff's department RETROACTIVELY (HB117 2009) , 4) voting herself a massive 62% pay raise with an automatic adjustment EVERY YEAR, while people are losing their jobs, homes, and livelihoods, 5) not supporting the quality of education she preaches of so often (SJR9 of 2010), may have been influenced by the strong and powerful Alabama Education Association who gave her $10,000 to encourage her vote the way they want as compared to what is right, or 6) I am working for a Conservative on the Republican November ballot effecting our district? Her actions Says volumes of the leadership we have in Montgomery. Go fig'r. She should also explain why as only her second sponsored piece of legislation provided for Relating to Macon County; to provide for the compensation and expenses of the local elected officials; and to provide for retroactive effect, HB233 2006, as well as providing pay raises for other county elected officials.
        • Gourmet Beer Bills. Voted in favor three times since 3Apr2007 in favor of Gourmet Beer; 3Apr2007 HB195, twice on 3Mar2009 for HB373. 2007 was a great session - passing bills for beer and their 62% pay raise. It is no wonder nothing gets done in Montgomery when bills such as these are passed and budgets, health care, education are of less importance.
        • Our Representative Warren has scored a terrible 44% from the National Foundation of Independent Businesses on her voting record as it effected small business issues from 2007 and 2010. Always easier taking care of herself and fellow elected officials with pay raises and benefits.
        • Let us not forget she was one of the many Democrats and some Republicans, who not once but twice, voted for their illegal 62% pay raise in 2007 taking their pre-2007 part-time salary of $28,000 to now over $54,000 at the same time she has worked hard to increase Macon and Lee County taxes.
          • Representative Warren declined her pay raises for 2011 and 2012.
        • Introduced (HB604 2011) and was signed into law mandating a Macon County business tax
        • Introduced and was signed into law for Lee County to be able to levy sales and user taxes (HB540 2011) in the county.
        • Abstained for limiting abortion (HB18 2011)
        • Wants to put 6 year-olds in school (HB6 2011), but writes of her concerns about large class sizes for teaches, and choose not to vote to place teacher accountability into the state code (SJR9 2010)
        • During a March 2012 Town Hall meeting in Tuskegee Rep Warren stated No one has the authority to tell a landowner how or take their property, thereby supporting our founders concerns of safeguarding property. Thank you Representative Warren.
        • Promptly and willingly assisted me to understand the complexity of the relationship of the Sept. 18 and Nov. 6, 2012 CA#1 ballots issues.

      Alabama Senate District 28

      • Senator Billy Beasley, District 28,
        • Hope you enjoy the 2010 Iron Bowl game with those complimentary tickets. You could have given them to a deserving veteran as some in the Legislature are doing.
        • Promised to introduce legislation during the 2012 legislative session to undo the good and fair Immigration bill and subsequent law in HB56 of 2011.

      Alabama State School Board

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      • Dr. Ethel Hall, District 4, her 24 years of tenure must expire in 2012. Read this email of her rudeness about she wanting to cookie cut our children's education.
      • We must remember Randy McKinney of District 1, Dr. Ethel H. Hall of District 4, Ella Bell of District 5 including Macon County, David F. Byers, Jr. of District 6, Gary B. Warren of District 7, Dr. Mary Jane Caylor of District 8 and Governor Bob Riley voted for CCSSI standards for our Alabama students. They have directly given our right to regulate what our children learn to the federal government. Betty Peters, District 2, and Stephanie Bell, District 3, did the right and honorable thing by voting against this disaster. Governor Elect Bentley urged that this issue be explained to voters and voted upon when the new Board is in place in January 2011.

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