Politics

Who’s On The Ballot In Georgia’s 2018 Primary Election Runoff?

To be nominated for their party, candidates must win a majority (50 percent plus one) of the votes in the primary election.
To be nominated for their party, candidates must win a majority (50 percent plus one) of the votes in the primary election.
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After Georgia’s May 22 primary, several races ended in a runoff, including the race for the GOP nomination for governor.

To be nominated for their party, candidates must win a majority (50 percent plus one) of the votes in the primary election. With no candidate in several races winning a majority of the votes, the top two from each will have to face each other in the primary runoff.

Click here to read more about how primary elections work in Georgia.

Scroll through to see who’ll be on the ballot during the primary runoff on July 24. General elections will be held Nov. 8.

Governor (Republican)

  • Casey Cagle
  • Brian Kemp

Lieutenant Governor (Republican)

  • David Shafer
  • Geoff Duncan

Secretary of State (Republican)

  • Brad Raffensperger
  • David Belle Isle

State Schools Superintendent (Democrat)

  • Otha E. Thornton
  • Sid Chapman

U.S. House, District 6 (Democrat)

  • Lucy McBath
  • Kevin Abel

U.S. House, District 7 (Democrat)

  • Carolyn Bourdeaux
  • David Kim

State House District 19 (Republican)

  • Paulette Rakestraw (Incumbent)
  • Joseph Gullett

State House District 36 (Republican)

  • Ginny Ehrhart
  • Thomas Gray

State House District 97 (Republican)

  • Bonnie Rich
  • Kipper Tabb

State House District 102 (Republican)

  • Paula Hastings
  • Zach Procter

State House District 105 (Republican)

  • Donna Sheldon
  • Robin Mauck

State House District 111 (Democrat)

  • Tarji Leonard Dunn
  • El-Mahdi Holly

State House District 141 (Republican)

  • Dale Washburn
  • Gary Bechtel

State House District 144 (Democrat)

  • Jessica Walden
  • Gregory D. Odoms