On July 24, Georgia will hold primary runoff elections to determine who will go head-to-head in the Nov. 6 general election.
Voter registration deadline is June 25 for the July 24 election and it's Oct. 9 for the Nov. 6th election.
With Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, a Republican, unable to run because of term limits, all eyes will be on the race to determine who will replace him.
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle will advance with Georgia’s secretary of state, Brian Kemp, to the Republican primary runoff. The winner faces Democrat Stacey Abrams in November.
Other runoff elections include:
Republican Lt. Governor: David Shafer vs. Geoff Duncan. The winner faces Democrat Sarah Amico in November.
Republican Secretary of State: Brad Raffensperger vs. David Belle Isle. Winner faces Democrat John Barrow in November.
Democrat State School Superintendent: Otha Thornton Jr. vs. Sid Chapman. Winner faces Incumbent Republican Richard Woods.
Republican Bulloch County Commission District 2/Seat B: Incumbent Walter Gibson vs. Travis Chance. The winner has no opposition in November.
Republican Wayne County Commission District 3: Incumbent Mike Roberts and W. Ferrell Cooksey. The winner has no opposition in November.
Non-Partisan elections for school board seats:
- Non-Partisan Savannah-Chatham School Board President: Joe Buck vs. Betty Morgan. This is not a primary election and the winner of the runoff will take the seat.
- Non-Partisan Effingham County School Board District 1: Incumbent Robert Grant vs. Lynn Anderson. This is not a primary election and the winner will take the seat.
- Non-Partisan Liberty County School Board District 4: Annette Payne vs. Jim Johns. This is not a primary election and the winner will take the seat.
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