August 22, 2012
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Hill returns to office but could prison be next stop for sheriff?
Despite facing a 37-felony count indictment and possibly years in prison, Victor Hill is the apparent winner of the Clayton County sheriff’s race, according to unofficial election results available at press time at Tuesday. With 59 of 60 precincts accounted for, Hill garnered 12,927 votes, or 53.68 percent, compared to Kem Kimbrough’s 11,155, or 46.32 percent. The only votes not included in Tuesday’s totals were the provisional ballots, which can take several days to finalize.