The Marietta Daily Journal – Loudermilk sets his bar high He s headed to Washington after one sided win over Barr

23
Jul

The Marietta Daily Journal – Loudermilk sets his bar high He s headed to Washington after one sided win over Barr

As of midnight, with all precincts in every county reporting, Loudermilk had received a total of 34,641 votes or 66 percent compared to Barr’s 17,794 votes or 34 percent.

Loudermilk’s lead was smaller in Cobb County, which he won with 59 percent of the vote to Barr’s 41 percent. Loudermilk took home 13,591 votes in Cobb County, while Barr received 9,314. In total, 22,905 of the 52,435 votes that had been tallied at press time were cast in Cobb County.

Loudermilk said he felt “awesome” after his win, though he added the victory was still sinking in.

“My heart goes out to everybody that went to the polls and elected me to this position,” he said. “It’s people responding to a positive message that there is hope for America we get our nation back on track.”

The newly-elected congressman attributed his victory to a positive message and style of campaigning.

“I think (my) message resonated with people more than the negative attacks we’ve seen,” Loudermilk said.

via The Marietta Daily Journal – Loudermilk sets his bar high He s headed to Washington after one sided win over Barr.

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