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By Joe Thomas
Ledger Editor 

Reynolds wins; Stuart ousted

Ivey and Maddox to face off in November; Escambia County has only 20.59 percent to voter turnout in Tuesday's primaries


June 7, 2018

Joe Thomas

John Robert Fountain, Doug Agerton and Natalie Rogers tally votes Tuesday

Atmore resident Karean Reynolds will take a seat at the Escambia County Commission table and Atmore native Lyn Stuart will be leaving the Alabama Supreme Court following Tuesday's primary elections that set up a November showdown between Republican Gov. Kay Ivey and Democrat Walt Maddox.

In the only local race on the Escambia County ballot, Reynolds defeated incumbent District 5 Commissioner David Quarker 572 to 252. Reynolds received 69.42 percent of the vote. Reynolds will take his seat on the commission in November.

"I feel exhausted," Reynolds said Wednesday. "It was a long night out pi...

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