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Georgia's July 24 election results

The results are in for the primary runoff elections in Georgia. After the May 22 election, this race decides who will go head-to-head on November 6.

Voter registration deadline is October 9 for the November election.  

The race for Georgia Governor:

After a fierce primary runoff against Casey Cagle, Brian Kemp will advance to the November election against Stacey Abrams.

Kemp: 406,638 - 69%
Cagle: 178,877 - 31%

Current Georgia Governor, Nathan Deal, is unable to run in this election because of term limits.

Republican Lt. Governor:  

The race between David Shafer and Geoff Duncan was a virtual tie.

Duncan: 279,226 - 50%
Shafer: 277,496 - 50%

Once the Secretary of State certifies the election, the runner-up will have five days to request a recount.

The winner faces Democrat Sarah Riggs Amico in November. 

Republican Secretary of State:

Brad Raffensperger took the win over David Belle Isle.

Raffensperger: 329,667 - 62%
Belle Isle: 204,159 - 38%

Raffensperger faces Democrat John Barrow in November. 

Democrat State School Superintendent:

Otha Thornton Jr. defeated Sid Chapman in the runoff.

Thornton: 86,691 - 59%
Chapman: 59,998 - 41%

Thornton faces Incumbent Republican Richard Woods. 

Republican Bulloch County Commission District 2/Seat B:

Incumbent Walter Gibson wins against Travis Chance.

Gibson: 1,770 - 52%
Chance: 1,660 - 48%

Gibson has no opposition in November. 

Republican Wayne County Commission District 3:

Incumbent Mike Roberts takes the win over W. Ferrell Cooksey.

Roberts: 269 - 54%
Cooksey: 233 - 46%

The winner has no opposition in November. 

Non-Partisan Savannah-Chatham School Board President:

Joe Buck vs. Betty Morgan. 

Buck: 11,950 - 64%
Morgan: 6,643 - 36%

This is not a primary election and Buck will take the seat. 

Non-Partisan Effingham County School Board District 1:

Lynn Anderson takes the win over incumbent Robert Grant.

Anderson: 439 - 51%
Grant: 418 - 49%

This is not a primary election and the winner will take the seat. 

Non-Partisan Liberty County School Board District 4:

Jim Johns wins against Annette Payne.

Johns: 365 - 68%
Payne: 170 - 32%

This is not a primary election and Johns will take the seat.


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