Orange County: New Faces Fill Supervisor Positions

November 8, 2011

Incumbent Mark Amos (I) will keep his position as the Orange County Sheriff, as he beat out challenger Donald Brooks (I) in a 74 percent to 26 percent victory.

In the Orange County Commonwealth's Attorney race, incumbent Diana Wheeler (I) won with 66 percent of the votes, beating challenger Gilbert Harrison Berger (I).

In the race for the District 2 seat on the Orange County Board of Supervisors, Jim White (I) won with 62 percent of the votes. He beat Art Magner, Jr. (I) and Zack Burkett (I).

S. Teel Goodwin (I) won the District 3 seat on the Orange County Board of Supervisors with 57 percent of the votes. He beat Will Likins II (I) and Billy Curry (I).

In District 5, Lee Frame, Jr. (I) won a seat on the Board of Supervisors with 71 percent of the votes, beating Suzanne Brady (I).

For a complete list of Orange County election results, click here.

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