With all 25 precincts reporting, incumbent Kia Chambers beat political newcomer Tony McCool by 16,193 votes (73 percent) to 5,866 votes (27 percent) in the race for the at-large seat on the Muscogee County School Board.
In early voting, Chambers had 77 percent of the vote, with 5,587 to 1,016.
Chambers is the board’s chairwoman and a one-term incumbent. She is a former teacher and the qualifying broker for Prestige Property Brokers. McCool is a supply chain manager for NCR Corporation.