Scott Berry Wins Oconee Sheriff's Race
The 20-year incumbent sheriff beats challenger Snellville Police Sgt. Trey Downs with nearly two-thirds of the vote, according to unofficial reports.
Oconee County Sheriff Scott Berry has won a sixth term.
According to unofficial reports from the Oconee County Board of Elections Office, Berry garnered 6,122 (66.47 percent) votes to challenger Snellville Police Sgt. Trey Downs' 3,088 (33.53 percent).
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45.68 percent of eligible Oconee voters cast ballots in the July 31 primary election. There were 21, 632 eligible active voters.
Results must be certified by the Georgia Secretary of State's Office.