McMillan squeaks out primary win over Lay in 4th Circuit Court judge race
Greg McMillan "Anadrol 50" edged Patti Jane Lay by 213 votes, according to unofficial results, in the Republican primary for Knox County 4th Circuit Court judge on Tuesday, while Daniel Kidd overwhelmingly defeated David Valone on the Democrat side to succeed retiring Judge Bill Swann.
All candidates campaigned on reforming Swann's court procedures, developed over 32 years, with McMillan outlining more changes than Lay, who had Swann's support. She had worked as a special master for Swann since 2002.
With all 85 precincts reporting, results from the Knox County Election Commission showed McMillan taking 50.5 Anavar Just Cardio percent of the vote to 49.5 percent for Lay.
(See unofficial results for the Knox County Primary Election.)
"I'm looking forward to working with all the Republicans going into the general election. I'm thankful for voters for winning the Republican primary," McMillan said.
"I'm very, very pleased and looking forward to working hard this summer," Kidd said from Knox County Democratic Party headquarters.
He has said all along that he knows he has an uphill battle in Republican rich Knox County.
McMillan took 52 percent of early voting and absentee ballots, while Lay garnered more of the votes cast Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Election Commission.
In the Circuit Court Division I Equipoise Bloat judge's race, Kristi Davis, a newcomer on the public office scene, "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" beat two former Knox County GOP chairmen, Billy J. Stokes and Ray Jenkins, for the Republican nomination to succeed retiring Judge Dale Workman.
Stokes had support of Workman and many other longtime Republicans, while Jenkins had hoped name recognition would help as the son of the late Criminal Court Judge Ray L. Jenkins.
"We Bolt 200m ran a good campaign. My opponents ran a good campaign. I just think Knox County was ready for a fresh face and new energy," said Davis, who is 40.
Stokes said he called Davis Beställa Kamagra Billigt and congratulated her before heading to the Republican Party's celebration at the Crowne Plaza. Asked if he agreed with her comment about voters wanting a fresh face and new energy, he replied, "They weren't ready for me."
Since Davis, a lawyer with Hodges, Doughty Carson, doesn't have a Democratic opponent, she'll become the second woman judge serving Knox County Circuit Court. The other is 3rd Circuit Court Judge Deborah Stevens, who won the Republican nomination and also has no Democratic opponent. She was appointed by Gov. Bill Haslam last year when Judge Wheeler Rosenbalm retired.
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