Two seats on the Fulton County Board of Commissioners were up for reelection in contested races in the Nov. 3 general election, with incumbents winning both.

Though 100% of precincts are reporting, the results are still considered unofficial because they do not include all absentee and provisional ballots.

In District 2, incumbent Republican Bob Ellis defeated Democrat Justin Holsomback with 53.94% of the vote.

In District 4, incumbent Democrat Natalie Hall won handily over Republican Barbara Gresham with 88.21%.

In District 6, Democrat Khadijah Abdur-Rahman is unopposed, and the four remaining seats on the board are not up for reelection again until 2022.

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