Sandra Donaghy, Republican, defeated Amy Reedy, Democrat, for 10th District Criminal Court judge.
It was Donaghy 21,035, Reedy 13,896.
Bradley County Commissioner Jeff Morelock lost his seat as the commission went all Republican.
Tea Party leader Dan Rawls won a seat on the Bradley Commission.
Incumbents returning include Terry Caywood, Louie Alford, Charlotte Peak-Jones, Jeff Yarber, Robert Rominger, Bill Winters and Mark Hall. Former Commissioner Howard Thompson rejoins the panel.
Newcomers include Mr. Rawls, Mike Hughes, Thomas Crye, Milan Blake,
Dianna Ball Calfee joins the Bradley County School Board, defeating incumbent Troy Weathers in District 4. Incumbent Christy Griffith Critchfield won her District 6 contest.
Cleveland City Council incumbents Richard Banks, Charlie McKenzie and Bill Estes all won.
Charlie Cogdill won the Cleveland School Board At-Large race over Richard J. Shaw. Peggy Pesterfield, Dawn Robinson and Tom Cloud were unopposed for School Board.
Bradley County Commission
Terry Caywood 1,738
Mike Hughes 1,453
Louie Alford 1,517
Thomas Crye 1,310
Milan Blake 878
Johnny Mull 852
Jeff Morelock 723
Charlotte Peak-Jones 1,317
Howard Thompson 1,280
Bobby Goins 522
Jeff Yarber 516
Jack Burke Jr. 256
Dan Rawls 1,177
Robert Rominger 1,105
E.J. Laughter 290
Bill Winters 1,162
Mark Hall 1,099
Pam Edgemon 541
Bradley County School Board
Vicki Beaty 1,761
Dianna Ball Calfee 1,121
Troy Weathers 947
Christy Griffith Critchfield 1,191
Tammy Magouirk 363
Tom Rowland 4,588
Cleveland Council At-Large
Richard Banks 3,103
Jonathan Porter 1,659
Cleveland Council District 1
Charlie McKenzie 406
Floyd Wade Jr. 186
Cleveland Council District 2
Bill Estes 347
Lasala Upton 86
Cleveland School Board At-Large
Charlie Cogdill 2,595
Richard J. Shaw 1,882
Cleveland School Board District 3
Dawn Robinson 1,131
Cleveland School Board District 4
Peggy Pesterfield 1,169
Cleveland School Board District 5
Tom Cloud 1,075
Adam Lewis, chairman of the Bradley County Republican Party, said, "We have much to be proud of as Bradley County Republicans! For many years now we have been statistically the most Republican county in the state. Last night, any doubt about this distinction was defeated. 100% of the elected partisan positions in this county are now held by Republicans.
"With this great victory, comes great responsibility.
"Republicans must continue to lead, and without excuse. The privilege and honor of serving the people of Cleveland and Bradley County rests squarely on our shoulders.
"We must lead well.
"We must lead in unity.
"We must lead with integrity.
"We must lead from our conservative values.
"It matters who governs, at all levels.
"Last night’s sweeping victories prove that the people of Bradley County want conservative Republican leadership guiding the future of our community.
"Thank you to the voters of Bradley County. Thank you to the many candidates and supporters who took part in this process. Your efforts over the last few months are what made these victories possible. Win or lose, your willingness to serve and commitment to the voters is to be commended.
"We can now look to the future with eyes wide open, and continue to do the work of governing.
"The next meeting of the Bradley County Republican Party will be Tuesday, August 26th. I hope you will join us.
"It is an exciting time to be a Republican in Bradley County."