Smith, Crafton to face-off for Juvenile Court Clerk

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at 7:20pm

9:45 p.m.: All precincts reporting

Smith — 9,198
Wilhoite — 2,863
Johnson — 2,649
Lineweaver — 2,264
Howard Jones — 1,051

Update 9 p.m.: With more than three-quarters of precincts reporting, David Smith is the winner of the Democratic primary for Juvenile Court Clerk.

Smith — 6,805
Wilhoite — 2,051
Johnson — 1,978
Lineweaver — 1,630

He will face Republican Eric Crafton, who handily won that party’s primary with 1,804 votes. His nearest challenger April Pennington received only 450 votes.
 

Update 8:45 p.m.: With 78 precincts reporting

Smith — 4,160
Wilhoite —1,311
Johnson — 1,259
Lineweaver —1,045

Update 8:30 p.m.: With 30 of Davidson County’s 173 precincts reporting, David Smith’s lead is growing.

Smith — 2,076
Johnson — 680
Wilhoite — 638
Lineweaver — 596

The results of early voting — released just after polls closed at 7 p.m. — showed David Smith taking a massive chunk of the votes in the Democratic primary for Juvenile Court Clerk.

Early voting totals:

David Smith — 1,028
Vivian Wilhoite — 365
Vic Lineweaver — 363
Karen Johnson — 363

In the Democratic primary for Davidson County Criminal Court Clerk, early voting numbers show incumbent David Torrence with 1,510 votes to Michael Craddock’s 618 votes.

Check back for updates throughout the night.

View more results at the Metro Election Commission website.