Local News

November 8, 2011

Election results

Dalton mayor (10 of 10 precincts reporting)

Joel Goldberg 1,275

David Pennington (i) 1,999

Dalton Retail Sales of Alcohol on Sunday

Yes 1,947

No 1,288

Dalton Tax Allocation Districts

Yes 1,513

No 1,554

Whitfield County Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (23 of 23 precincts)

Yes 3,207

No 4,898

Whitfield County Tax Allocation Districts (21 of 21 precincts)

Yes 1,181

No 3,242

Whitfield County Retail Sales of Alcohol on Sunday (21 of 21 precincts)

Yes 1,862

No 2,661

Cohutta Town Council (1 of 1 precincts)

Wesley Mahan 21

Shelia Reed Rose (i) 77

Ron Shinnick (i) 75

Cohutta Retail Sales of Alcohol on Sunday

Yes 58

No 46

Tunnel Hill Retail Sales of Alcohol on Sunday (1 of 1 precincts)

Yes 37

No 63

Tunnel Hill Tax Allocation Districts

Yes 47

No 51

Varnell Retail Sales of Alcohol on Sunday (1 of 1 precincts)

Yes 58

No 75

Varnell Tax Allocation Districts

Yes 64

No 68

Chatsworth City Council Post 3 (all precincts)

Gary Brock (i) 168

Jeremy Callaway 12

Jeff Cloer 141

Eton City Council Post 3 (all precincts)

Jim Bartley (i) 49

Robert Buschue 21

Alan Lyles 19

Eton City Council Post 4

Joan Dooley (i) 47

Roger Ensley 43

Eton Package Sales on Sunday

Yes 45

No 42

Eton By the Drink on Sunday

Yes 44

No 44 (runoff on Dec. 6)

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