Insurance Agent Thompson Wins Georgia State Senate Election

December 5, 2013

Northwest Georgia insurance agent Bruce Thompson has been elected to represent District 14 in the Georgia state Senate.

Thompson won about 68 percent of votes in Tuesday’s general election runoff over Cartersville businessman Matt Laughridge.

District 14 of the Georgia state Senate covers pats of Cobb, Cherokee and Bartow Counties, in the metro Atlanta area.

Thompson and Laughridge, both Republicans, were vying to replace Barry Loudermilk, who resigned to launch a campaign for U.S. Congress. The two entered a runoff after neither won more than 50 percent of votes in a Nov. 5 special election

Thompson operates an Allstate Insurance agency in Cartersville.

Subscribe Insurance news headlines delivered to your email.
Get a free subscription to our popular email newsletter.

Latest Comments

  • December 6, 2013 at 1:22 am
    KiloVoltaire says:
    So how many votes did they get? "About 68%" doesn't say how many votes separated the candidates, nor does it show the size of the voter turnout.
See all comments

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


More News
More News Features