Drury, Geoghegan win seats; Barr knocks off Chandler
By The Staff
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 9:08 am (Updated: November 7, 9:21 am)
Republican candidates state Rep. Kim King and congressional challenger Andy Barr handily defeated their Democrat rivals Tuesday night in two heated races.
County Clerk Jason Denny said turnout was about 64 percent countywide, and that a total of 10,435 votes were cast. Of that total there were 2,307 straight ticket Republican voters and 1,720 straight ticket Democrat voters.
Denny said Election Day went smoothly in Anderson County.
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