vote, Denmon took 32.45 percent of the vote with candidate Ed Moyer taking 31.86 percent.
Calhoun City School Board Post 1 went to Andy Baxter, who ran unopposed for the seat vacated by Long. City School Board Posts 2 and 3 were unopposed, with incumbents Rhoda Washington and David Scoggins remaining in office.
Two special nonbinding votes were on the ballot for the City of Calhoun. The nonbinding vote for term limits for the Mayor and City Council members passed with 61.18 percent of the vote. The non-binding vote to add two more members to the council, taking it from a four member council to a six member council, passed with just 50.44 percent of the vote.
Resaca Town Council Post 3 will also see a runoff on Dec. 5 between Michael Austin and Randy Barron. Austin took 48.98 percent of the vote with Barron taking 30.61 percent. Candidate Mitch Reed had 20.41 percent.
Incumbent Sandra Adams had no opposition for Resaca Town Council Post 4, securing her spot on the Council for another four years.
The county- wide SPLOST vote passed with more than 77 percent of the vote.
A runoff election for Calhoun City Post 4 and Resaca Town Council Post 3 will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 5, with early voting starting later in the month. For more information on the runoff, visit the Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office at http://gordoncounty.org/ departments/ board- ofelections.