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U.S. Senate

Senator Johnny Isakson
Senior Seat Republican
Senator David Perdue
Junior Seat Republican

U.S. House

District 4
Representative Hank Johnson, Jr.
District 4 (Running) Democratic
Juan Parks
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Joe Profit
District 4 Challenger (Running) Republican
Melanie Williams
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 5
Representative John Lewis
District 5 (Running) Democratic
District 6
Representative Karen Handel
District 6 (Running) Republican
Kevin Abel
District 6 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Steven Griffin
District 6 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Bobby Kaple
District 6 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Lucy McBath
District 6 Challenger (Running) Democratic




Stacey Abrams
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Casey Cagle
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Stacey Evans
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Eddie Hayes
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Hunter Hill
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Brian Kemp
Challenger (Running) Republican
Ted Metz
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Larry Odom
Challenger (Running) Independent
Clay Tippins
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Marc Urbach
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Michael Williams
Challenger (Lost) Republican

Lieutenant Governor

Sarah Amico
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Geoff Duncan
Challenger (Running) Republican
Triana James
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Rick Jeffares
Challenger (Lost) Republican
David Shafer
Challenger (Lost) Republican



State House

District 60
Representative Kim Schofield
District 60 (Running) Democratic
Jozmond Black
District 60 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 80
Representative Meagan Hanson
District 80 (Running) Republican
Matthew Wilson
District 80 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 81
Representative Scott Holcomb
District 81 (Running) Democratic
Ellen Diehl
District 81 Challenger (Running) Republican
Hamid Noori
District 81 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 82
Representative Mary Margaret Oliver
District 82 (Running) Democratic
District 83
Representative Howard Mosby
District 83 (Lost) Democratic
Becky Evans
District 83 Challenger (Running) Democratic

State Senate

District 34
Senator Valencia Seay
District 34 (Running) Democratic
Tommy Smith
District 34 Challenger (Running) Republican
Melody Totten
District 34 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 40
Senator Fran Millar
District 40 (Running) Republican
Sally Harrell
District 40 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Tamara Johnson-Shealey
District 40 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 42
Senator Elena Parent
District 42 (Running) Democratic



Attorney General

Charlie Bailey
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Secretary of State

John Barrow
Challenger (Running) Democratic
David Belle Isle
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Buzz Brockway
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Dee Dawkins-Haigler
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Smythe DuVal
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
RJ Hadley
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Josh McKoon
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Brad Raffensperger
Challenger (Running) Republican


Commissioner of Banking and Finance

State School Superintendent

John Barge
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Sidney Chapman
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Sonia Francis-Rolle
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Sam Mosteller
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Otha Thornton, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Democratic



Presiding Justice of the Supreme Court

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice of the Supreme Court

John Ellington
Challenger (Won) Non-partisan
Harold Melton
Challenger (Won) Non-partisan



At-Large (Atlanta)
Kasim Reed
At-Large Democratic



At-Large (Atlanta)

Council Member

District 1 (Atlanta)
Carla Smith
District 1
District 3 (Atlanta)
Ivory Young, Jr.
District 3
District 4 (Atlanta)
Cleta Winslow
District 4
District 5 (Atlanta)
Natalyn Archibong
District 5
District 6 (Atlanta)
Alex Wan
District 6
District 7 (Atlanta)
Howard Shook
District 7
District 8 (Atlanta)
Yolanda Adrean
District 8
District 9 (Atlanta)
Felicia Moore
District 9
District 10 (Atlanta)
Clarence Martin
District 10
District 11 (Atlanta)
Keisha Bottoms
District 11
District 12 (Atlanta)
Joyce Sheperd
District 12
At-Large (Atlanta)
Michael Bond
Andre Dickens
Mary Norwood


District 1 (DeKalb County)
District 2 (DeKalb County)
District 3 (DeKalb County)
Commissioner Larry Johnson
District 3 No Party Affiliation
District 4 (DeKalb County)
District 5 (DeKalb County)
District 6 (DeKalb County)

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Peach State
  • Motto: Wisdom, Justice, and Moderation
  • Area: 58,876 sq mi
  • Population: 9,919,945 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Atlanta
  • Largest City: Atlanta
  • Statehood: Jan. 2, 1788 (fourth of original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)
  • Highest Point: Brasstown Bald, 4,784 ft
  • Lowest Point: sea level
  • Bird: Brown Thrasher
  • Flower: Cherokee Rose
  • Tree: Live Oak
  • Senators: 56
  • Representatives: 180
  • Electoral Votes: 16
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