Harp looks like winner in state Senate race

Republican State Sen. Seth Harp appears to have won re-election to the Georgia General Assembly.

With 67 percent of the votes reporting, Harp had 61 percent of the vote to 39 percent for challenger Evelyn Anderson. Harp had 18,995 votes to 12,048 for Anderson.

"We're real proud of what we have done," Harp said Tuesday night. "We ran a campaign that was positive and upbeat. We have a record and we are proud of that record."

The district includes all of Harris and Meriweather counties as well as a significant portion of Muscogee and Troup counties.