Chambers County Sees Huge Voter Turnout In Key Local Races

Chambers County voters headed to the polls with a huge turnout in critical races including Sheriff as Republican Jeff Nelson defeated Democratic opponent Jeff Blackstone. Nelson succeeds longtime Sheriff Sid Lochart who will be retiring at the end of his term. Lockhart was been Sheriff in Chambers County for an unprecedented seven terms. Nelson is the projected winner, however official numbers were unconfirmed as of midnight EST. by Chambers County Probate Judge Paul Story. The Chambers Ledger will release the official numbers on social media later today.


In the Corners race, Democratic Incumbent Jeff Jones defeated Independent challenger RickyPrice to remain Coroner in Chambers County. Jones was the projected winner, however official numbers were unconfirmed as of midnight EST. by Chambers County Probate Judge Paul Story. The Chambers Ledger will release the official numbers on social media later today.


Alabama House District 38 Rep. R Debbie Wood was re-elected with 89% of the vote securing 9,144 to Libertarian Charles Temm's 1,158.


The Continued Ad Volerum Tax, which is voted on every ten years and helps to keep the local EAMC-Lanier Hospital in the community. The Chambers Ledger can confirm that it did pass. However official numbers were unconfirmed as of midnight EST. by Chambers County Probate Judge Paul Story. The Chambers Ledger will release the official numbers on social media later today.

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