Democrats Didn’t Have A Chance On Election Day

Another election has come and gone. Things did not fair well for the Democrat Party.

Ed Butler narrowly beat out John Mark Windle in Jackson County. Ed Butler received 2,022 votes in Jackson County, 923 of those votes came from early and absentee voting while 1,099 came on Election Day. John Mark Windle, his opponent, received 1,808 votes in Jackson County, 827 from early or absentee voting and 981 on Election Day. It was close race with Ed Butler getting 52.75 percent of the vote and John Mark Windle getting 47.17 percent of the vote. Only 214 votes divided the two.

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