With one of the largest majorities seen from Tuesday's primary election, Nick Welden secured another four years as DeKalb County's sheriff.
Welden held 85.86% of the vote, or 10,548 votes in all, in the race.
Craig White, a DeKalb County investigator, came in second place with 10.54% of the vote, or 1,295 votes.
In third was Terry Wadsworth, whose candidacy made headlines after his indictment by a DeKalb County grand jury for illegally searching criminal records. Wadsworth received 442 votes, or 3.6%.