The following are the results for the State and Federal General Election, on Nov. 8, 2022, in White County.
Republican Bill Lee, incumbent governor, handily defeated Democratic candidate Jason Brantley Martin, in White County, with a vote total of 5,743 to 1,072.
Constitutional Amendment #1: 4,701 yes votes and 1,803 no votes
Constitutional Amendment #2: 4,242 yes votes and 1,972 no votes
Constitutional Amendment #3: 4,710 yes votes and 1,730 no votes
Constitutional Amendment #4: 4,046 yes votes and 2,481 no votes
United States House of Representatives District 6: Republican John Rose carried White County with a vote total of 5,800 against Democratic candidate Randal Cooper who secured a vote total of 1,118.
Tennessee Senate District 15: Incumbent Republican Paul Bailey ran unopposed and garnered 6,091 complimentary votes.
Tennessee House of Representative District 43: Incumbent Republican Paul Sherrell carried White County with a vote total of 5,408 against Democratic challenger Cheryl Womack Uselton who received 1,292 votes.
Mayor-Town of Doyle: Longtime Mayor Ray Spivey was re-elected to another term with 84 votes, while his opponent, Jimmy Dale Savage, garnered 54 votes.
Alderman-Town of Doyle: Town of Doyle officially has six slots for alderman. However, only two individuals ran for the position: Connie Spivey with a total vote count of 92, and Timothy Brock received 87 votes.
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