Coweta voters had their say in the 2014 elections and in doing so mirrored voters statewide in the races where Republican David Perdue was elected to the U.S. Senate and Gov. Nathan Deal won another term.
Coweta voters gave overwhelming support to Perdue who took nearly 70 percent of the ballots. Democrat MIchelle Nunn took 27.45 percent of Coweta votes.
Statewide, Perdue took the state with 52.94 percent of the vote compared to 45.15 percent for Nunn.
Perdue was among a number of Republican candidates who won their races to give the U.S. Senate a Republican majority. Read More»