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Georgia Election Results - The New York Times

Most of Georgia was stunned when a Republican won the Governor’s Mansion in 2002, ending well over a century of Democratic control in Atlanta. This year’s race might offer a nail-biter — but not necessarily a surprise.

Stacey Abrams, the Democratic nominee, is hoping to become the first African-American woman to be elected governor anywhere in the United States. Brian Kemp, the Republican nominee and the secretary of state, wants to keep his party in power in the Capitol. The race has been among the country’s most expensive and vitriolic, and it is a test of whether sophisticated efforts to attract and mobilize new voters can help Democrats win in a fast-changing Georgia.

Metro-area Atlanta, particularly the suburbs, is a crucial battleground for both candidates. In 2016, Hillary Clinton won two heavily populated counties — Cobb and Gwinnett — that were long known as Republican strongholds. The most closely contested congressional races in Georgia this year are being fought out in those suburbs, too.

Governor ›

Kemp Brian KempRepublican Rep.1,914,24951.0%
Abrams Stacey AbramsDemocrat Dem.1,800,70548.0%
Metz Ted MetzLibertarian Lib.35,4960.9%

3,750,450 votes, 96% reporting (2,522 of 2,634 precincts)

See Full Race Results  ›

See Full Race Results  ›

Results Map

KempAbramsMetz
Fulton

107,547

285,961

3,958

83%
DeKalb

45,864

242,736

2,599

100%
Gwinnett

123,765

160,236

3,495

97%
Cobb

128,605

151,691

3,881

100%
Cherokee

76,593

27,984

1,660

100%
Chatham

37,887

54,934

952

98%
Henry

39,820

52,877

671

100%
Clayton

10,610

79,041

359

100%
Forsyth

63,386

24,130

1,295

100%
Richmond

22,057

47,426

547

100%
Hall

47,299

15,747

743

100%
Muscogee

24,301

38,251

459

100%
Columbia

40,919

19,991

664

100%
Paulding

40,723

19,891

558

100%
Bibb

22,668

36,006

398

100%
Coweta

40,465

16,896

692

100%
Fayette

32,473

24,767

705

100%
Houston

33,050

22,390

528

100%
Douglas

20,755

30,776

433

100%
Newton

19,444

23,403

280

100%
Carroll

29,135

12,140

459

100%
Walton

29,704

8,658

265

100%
Clarke

10,709

26,743

435

88%
Bartow

28,395

8,503

409

100%
Rockdale

11,649

24,554

227

100%
Lowndes

19,234

14,351

224

89%
Glynn

19,876

10,560

253

95%
Floyd

21,490

8,413

322

100%
Barrow

20,160

6,896

343

100%
Jackson

21,936

4,672

275

100%
Spalding

14,927

9,237

221

100%
Catoosa

18,855

4,580

287

100%
Troup

14,405

9,098

160

100%
Effingham

17,966

5,141

257

100%
Walker

17,367

3,830

250

100%
Bulloch

13,868

7,358

167

94%
Oconee

14,473

6,007

249

100%
Laurens

12,477

6,354

92

100%
Gordon

14,561

3,037

172

100%
Camden

11,135

5,723

195

100%
Whitfield

12,045

4,444

186

100%
Thomas

10,186

5,985

79

100%
Harris

11,822

4,017

131

100%
Baldwin

7,735

7,785

108

100%
Habersham

12,934

2,417

139

100%
Liberty

5,553

9,686

115

100%
Bryan

10,491

4,306

165

100%
Tift

9,516

4,062

80

100%
Lee

10,114

3,354

79

100%
Pickens

11,326

1,899

130

100%
Colquitt

9,825

3,049

79

100%
Monroe

9,300

3,514

114

100%
Polk

10,175

2,586

96

100%
Gilmer

10,439

1,911

121

100%
Jones

8,431

3,931

65

100%
Union

9,897

1,852

114

100%
Madison

9,179

2,418

100

100%
Coffee

8,195

3,344

52

100%
Dawson

9,943

1,518

109

100%
Lumpkin

9,149

2,224

172

100%
White

9,658

1,647

125

100%
Fannin

9,292

1,806

103

100%
Dougherty

3,557

7,575

47

<1%
Murray

9,512

1,489

90

100%
Ware

7,886

3,062

55

100%
Haralson

9,278

1,219

88

100%
Upson

7,057

3,439

62

100%
Peach

5,407

4,901

47

100%
Wayne

8,112

1,937

70

100%
Hart

7,366

2,176

74

100%
Morgan

6,804

2,672

76

100%
Stephens

7,307

1,682

69

100%
Decatur

5,441

3,562

39

100%
Greene

5,853

3,090

45

100%
Butts

6,358

2,451

54

100%
Toombs

6,617

2,196

36

100%
Burke

4,410

4,267

42

100%
Meriwether

5,089

3,494

56

100%
Pike

7,315

1,162

57

100%
Grady

5,626

2,697

33

100%
McDuffie

5,083

3,119

37

100%
Washington

4,123

4,004

29

100%
Franklin

7,051

1,036

61

100%
Worth

5,904

1,890

37

100%
Sumter

3,971

3,764

27

55%
Emanuel

5,395

2,277

38

100%
Putnam

5,470

2,168

40

80%
Rabun

6,063

1,428

87

100%
Mitchell

4,181

3,242

23

100%
Chattooga

5,931

1,443

53

100%
Lamar

5,095

2,194

57

100%
Elbert

5,122

2,156

41

100%
Dodge

5,213

1,814

24

100%
Crisp

4,425

2,569

28

100%
Pierce

6,120

738

23

100%
Banks

6,149

645

57

100%
Appling

5,426

1,357

23

100%
Jefferson

3,175

3,549

26

100%
Tattnall

5,068

1,534

36

100%
Oglethorpe

4,566

1,843

70

100%
Berrien

5,311

898

38

100%
Towns

5,009

1,064

58

100%
Jasper

4,403

1,473

31

100%
Cook

4,116

1,667

20

100%
Brooks

3,501

2,172

23

100%
Brantley

5,195

459

35

100%
Ben Hill

3,538

1,972

24

100%
Dade

4,496

884

70

100%
McIntosh

3,218

2,161

29

100%
Screven

3,263

2,129

15

100%
Crawford

3,592

1,299

37

100%
Bleckley

3,816

997

42

100%
Jeff Davis

3,979

814

22

100%
Wilkes

2,578

1,767

25

100%
Wilkinson

2,372

1,876

15

100%
Macon

1,556

2,652

9

100%
Early

2,281

1,840

10

100%
Heard

3,370

654

27

100%
Long

2,582

1,370

36

100%
Lincoln

2,755

1,187

25

100%
Terrell

1,797

2,119

14

100%
Bacon

3,321

488

20

100%
Dooly

2,000

1,781

12

100%
Twiggs

1,996

1,774

17

100%
Telfair

2,424

1,190

16

100%
Pulaski

2,527

1,079

16

100%
Irwin

2,693

851

10

100%
Candler

2,560

960

16

100%
Montgomery

2,685

820

21

100%
Hancock

870

2,645

10

100%
Johnson

2,524

948

11

100%
Evans

2,392

1,040

15

100%
Charlton

2,534

822

19

100%
Taylor

2,055

1,191

19

100%
Turner

2,057

1,194

12

100%
Seminole

2,142

1,054

17

100%
Talbot

1,165

1,764

22

100%
Marion

1,872

1,035

22

100%
Jenkins

1,846

999

11

100%
Wilcox

2,064

745

6

100%
Randolph

1,256

1,518

14

100%
Lanier

1,907

759

9

100%
Treutlen

1,800

806

8

100%
Atkinson

1,875

636

9

100%
Miller

1,802

500

10

100%
Warren

1,053

1,199

8

100%
Clinch

1,711

530

7

100%
Schley

1,563

353

15

100%
Wheeler

1,372

555

4

100%
Calhoun

810

1,084

5

100%
Stewart

745

1,034

5

100%
Glascock

1,188

107

5

100%
Baker

753

533

5

100%
Clay

536

638

8

100%
Echols

1,008

126

9

100%
Chattahoochee

601

493

8

100%
Webster

659

440

1

100%
Quitman

522

410

8

100%
Taliaferro

349

565

3

100%
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U.S. House ›

Dem. 4 won 0 lead

Rep. 8 won 2 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 4 won 0 lead

Rep. 8 won 2 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

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Rep. Lead Win Flip

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Live Estimates of the Final Vote in Georgia’s House Races

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

See Full House Forecast  ›

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Key House Races

U.S. House District 6 ›

Handel* Karen Handel*Republican Rep.148,31250.3%
McBath Lucy McBathDemocrat Dem.146,73049.7%

295,042 votes, 90% reporting (187 of 207 precincts)

* Incumbent

See Full Race Results  ›

The Sixth District seat, once held by Newt Gingrich, was at the center of a special election fight in 2017 that became the most expensive House race in history. Representative Karen Handel, a Republican, won that election, and her opponent declined to try again. So Ms. Handel faces Lucy McBath, a former flight attendant who was motivated to run for office after her son was killed in an act of gun violence nearly six years ago.

See Full Race Results  ›

U.S. House District 7 ›

Woodall* Rob Woodall*Republican Rep.131,47451.2%
Bourdeaux Carolyn BourdeauxDemocrat Dem.125,50248.8%

256,976 votes, 97% reporting (120 of 124 precincts)

* Incumbent

See Full Race Results  ›

Although the Seventh District has been reliably Republican territory for years, Representative Rob Woodall’s campaign for a fifth term in Congress met headwinds in an increasingly diverse section of metro Atlanta. His Democratic opponent, Carolyn Bourdeaux, is a university professor who has emphasized health care throughout her campaign.

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Lieutenant Governor

Duncan Geoff DuncanRepublican Rep.1,886,66052.5%
Amico Sarah Riggs AmicoDemocrat Dem.1,709,18747.5%

3,595,847 votes, 96% reporting (2,522 of 2,634 precincts)

Results Map

DuncanAmico
Fulton

112,327

269,478

83%
DeKalb

48,644

230,099

100%
Cobb

130,369

146,094

100%
Gwinnett

123,599

152,697

97%
Cherokee

76,119

27,328

100%
Henry

39,050

50,274

100%
Chatham

37,418

51,738

98%
Forsyth

63,769

23,081

100%
Clayton

10,720

74,590

100%
Richmond

21,814

44,683

100%
Hall

46,475

14,967

100%
Columbia

40,372

19,248

100%
Paulding

39,954

19,188

100%
Muscogee

23,619

35,301

100%
Fayette

32,496

23,877

100%
Coweta

39,895

16,229

100%
Bibb

22,092

34,024

100%
Houston

32,170

21,492

100%
Douglas

20,525

29,565

100%
Newton

18,970

22,259

100%
Carroll

28,458

11,728

100%
Walton

28,887

8,296

100%
Bartow

28,180

8,650

100%
Clarke

10,939

25,407

88%
Rockdale

11,572

23,474

100%
Lowndes

18,819

13,463

89%
Glynn

19,336

9,982

95%
Floyd

20,860

8,134

100%
Barrow

19,648

6,691

100%
Jackson

21,352

4,627

100%
Spalding

14,593

8,637

100%
Catoosa

18,285

4,547

100%
Troup

14,103

8,419

100%
Effingham

17,456

4,957

100%
Bulloch

13,512

6,939

94%
Walker

16,487

3,843

100%
Oconee

14,378

5,844

100%
Laurens

11,878

6,000

100%
Gordon

14,039

3,071

100%
Camden

10,931

5,491

100%
Whitfield

11,525

4,158

100%
Harris

11,520

3,811

100%
Thomas

9,881

5,439

100%
Habersham

12,553

2,409

100%
Baldwin

7,473

7,263

100%
Liberty

5,410

9,296

100%
Bryan

10,231

4,188

100%
Lee

9,837

3,174

100%
Pickens

10,946

1,958

100%
Tift

9,255

3,630

100%
Monroe

8,975

3,336

100%
Polk

9,693

2,491

100%
Colquitt

9,376

2,758

100%
Gilmer

10,050

1,956

100%
Jones

8,107

3,826

100%
Union

9,519

1,938

100%
Lumpkin

9,011

2,211

100%
Dawson

9,720

1,483

100%
Madison

8,805

2,376

100%
White

9,403

1,718

100%
Coffee

7,746

2,987

100%
Fannin

8,867

1,843

100%
Murray

8,979

1,502

100%
Ware

7,611

2,870

100%
Dougherty

3,488

6,845

<1%
Haralson

8,888

1,310

100%
Upson

6,839

3,165

100%
Peach

5,214

4,622

100%
Wayne

7,819

1,870

100%
Hart

7,084

2,076

100%
Morgan

6,633

2,521

100%
Stephens

7,086

1,650

100%
Greene

5,740

2,865

100%
Decatur

5,279

3,265

100%
Butts

6,198

2,310

100%
Toombs

6,396

2,065

100%
Pike

7,129

1,144

100%
Burke

4,267

3,969

100%
Meriwether

4,872

3,271

100%
Grady

5,479

2,495

100%
Franklin

6,786

1,006

100%
McDuffie

4,937

2,845

100%
Washington

3,910

3,685

100%
Worth

5,719

1,693

100%
Putnam

5,364

2,047

80%
Sumter

3,878

3,494

55%
Rabun

5,879

1,450

100%
Emanuel

5,120

2,107

100%
Chattooga

5,607

1,507

100%
Elbert

4,940

2,015

100%
Lamar

4,911

2,027

100%
Mitchell

4,018

2,912

100%
Banks

5,954

678

100%
Crisp

4,332

2,256

100%
Pierce

5,884

703

100%
Dodge

4,863

1,711

100%
Appling

5,118

1,265

100%
Tattnall

4,818

1,434

100%
Jefferson

3,030

3,180

100%
Oglethorpe

4,420

1,767

100%
Berrien

5,065

862

100%
Towns

4,812

1,096

100%
Jasper

4,273

1,407

100%
Cook

3,994

1,524

100%
Brantley

4,911

486

100%
Brooks

3,371

1,972

100%
Ben Hill

3,398

1,801

100%
Dade

4,302

895

100%
McIntosh

3,118

2,006

100%
Screven

3,122

1,946

100%
Crawford

3,419

1,246

100%
Bleckley

3,667

974

100%
Jeff Davis

3,813

801

100%
Wilkes

2,479

1,617

100%
Wilkinson

2,223

1,759

100%
Early

2,250

1,689

100%
Heard

3,234

658

100%
Macon

1,523

2,360

100%
Long

2,468

1,325

100%
Lincoln

2,678

1,109

100%
Terrell

1,768

1,923

100%
Bacon

3,118

467

100%
Twiggs

1,871

1,613

100%
Dooly

1,902

1,579

100%
Montgomery

2,635

772

100%
Irwin

2,617

779

100%
Telfair

2,296

1,099

100%
Pulaski

2,412

953

100%
Candler

2,462

893

100%
Johnson

2,407

848

100%
Evans

2,274

950

100%
Hancock

825

2,390

100%
Charlton

2,431

755

100%
Taylor

1,960

1,108

100%
Seminole

2,057

999

100%
Turner

1,963

1,031

100%
Marion

1,761

949

100%
Talbot

1,133

1,570

100%
Jenkins

1,768

923

100%
Wilcox

1,970

681

100%
Randolph

1,218

1,351

100%
Treutlen

1,737

755

100%
Lanier

1,808

674

100%
Atkinson

1,724

578

100%
Miller

1,710

439

100%
Warren

1,024

1,080

100%
Clinch

1,617

468

100%
Schley

1,513

345

100%
Wheeler

1,267

542

100%
Calhoun

779

1,004

100%
Stewart

698

879

100%
Glascock

1,109

114

100%
Baker

705

485

100%
Clay

525

583

100%
Echols

953

118

100%
Webster

636

402

100%
Chattahoochee

571

466

100%
Quitman

481

359

100%
Taliaferro

333

472

100%
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Attorney General

Carr* Chris Carr*Republican Rep.1,915,26552.1%
Bailey Charlie BaileyDemocrat Dem.1,762,02747.9%

3,677,292 votes, 96% reporting (2,522 of 2,634 precincts)

* Incumbent

Results Map

CarrBailey
Fulton

116,558

273,323

83%
DeKalb

51,395

234,109

100%
Gwinnett

126,277

156,862

97%
Cobb

132,229

148,130

100%
Cherokee

76,655

27,885

100%
Henry

39,786

52,108

100%
Chatham

38,301

53,436

98%
Clayton

11,205

77,095

100%
Forsyth

63,782

23,755

100%
Richmond

22,227

46,364

100%
Hall

46,765

15,803

100%
Muscogee

24,179

37,592

100%
Columbia

40,922

19,805

100%
Paulding

40,272

19,940

100%
Bibb

22,599

35,206

100%
Coweta

40,321

16,825

100%
Fayette

32,757

24,212

100%
Houston

32,811

22,283

100%
Douglas

20,900

30,303

100%
Newton

19,217

23,092

100%
Carroll

28,719

12,262

100%
Walton

29,150

8,741

100%
Clarke

11,236

25,799

88%
Bartow

27,820

8,747

100%
Rockdale

11,775

24,053

100%
Lowndes

19,251

13,994

89%
Glynn

19,784

10,285

95%
Floyd

21,060

8,520

100%
Barrow

19,911

7,016

100%
Jackson

21,576

4,864

100%
Spalding

14,683

9,096

100%
Catoosa

18,713

4,580

100%
Troup

14,141

9,012

100%
Effingham

17,730

5,220

100%
Walker

16,981

3,962

100%
Bulloch

13,736

7,144

94%
Oconee

14,537

5,838

100%
Laurens

12,048

6,320

100%
Gordon

14,077

3,284

100%
Camden

11,076

5,673

100%
Whitfield

11,789

4,402

100%
Thomas

10,135

5,740

100%
Harris

11,044

4,651

100%
Baldwin

7,674

7,521

100%
Habersham

12,648

2,526

100%
Liberty

5,548

9,534

100%
Bryan

10,420

4,281

100%
Lee

9,944

3,376

100%
Tift

9,373

3,896

100%
Pickens

11,031

2,043

100%
Monroe

9,085

3,550

100%
Colquitt

9,536

3,032

100%
Polk

9,834

2,732

100%
Gilmer

10,116

2,084

100%
Jones

8,237

3,949

100%
Union

9,508

2,097

100%
Madison

8,868

2,542

100%
Dawson

9,787

1,592

100%
Lumpkin

9,040

2,296

100%
White

9,426

1,819

100%
Coffee

7,943

3,243

100%
Fannin

8,963

1,970

100%
Dougherty

3,547

7,349

<1%
Ware

7,746

3,029

100%
Murray

9,123

1,628

100%
Haralson

8,947

1,442

100%
Upson

6,869

3,415

100%
Peach

5,312

4,830

100%
Wayne

7,884

1,996

100%
Morgan

6,740

2,614

100%
Hart

7,125

2,213

100%
Greene

5,833

3,019

100%
Stephens

7,152

1,698

100%
Decatur

5,324

3,474

100%
Butts

6,223

2,438

100%
Toombs

6,421

2,190

100%
Burke

4,273

4,233

100%
Meriwether

4,828

3,602

100%
Pike

7,162

1,233

100%
Grady

5,532

2,656

100%
McDuffie

4,989

3,072

100%
Franklin

6,879

1,110

100%
Washington

4,018

3,821

100%
Worth

5,753

1,872

100%
Sumter

3,866

3,698

55%
Putnam

5,339

2,191

80%
Emanuel

5,227

2,216

100%
Rabun

5,903

1,513

100%
Mitchell

4,080

3,211

100%
Chattooga

5,695

1,525

100%
Lamar

4,991

2,211

100%
Elbert

4,987

2,152

100%
Crisp

4,380

2,400

100%
Pierce

6,012

762

100%
Dodge

4,946

1,802

100%
Banks

5,966

738

100%
Appling

5,176

1,383

100%
Jefferson

3,106

3,373

100%
Tattnall

4,831

1,592

100%
Oglethorpe

4,465

1,859

100%
Berrien

5,137

966

100%
Towns

4,799

1,182

100%
Jasper

4,288

1,502

100%
Cook

4,058

1,630

100%
Brantley

4,992

554

100%
Brooks

3,434

2,103

100%
Ben Hill

3,440

1,949

100%
McIntosh

3,155

2,115

100%
Dade

4,353

910

100%
Screven

3,127

2,091

100%
Crawford

3,469

1,330

100%
Bleckley

3,691

1,016

100%
Jeff Davis

3,755

842

100%
Wilkes

2,478

1,730

100%
Wilkinson

2,266

1,850

100%
Early

2,256

1,785

100%
Macon

1,525

2,513

100%
Heard

3,235

714

100%
Lincoln

2,700

1,174

100%
Long

2,476

1,372

100%
Terrell

1,793

2,024

100%
Bacon

3,185

514

100%
Twiggs

1,904

1,758

100%
Dooly

1,947

1,714

100%
Telfair

2,298

1,191

100%
Irwin

2,616

851

100%
Pulaski

2,465

1,002

100%
Candler

2,487

954

100%
Montgomery

2,585

810

100%
Hancock

895

2,472

100%
Johnson

2,434

915

100%
Evans

2,293

1,026

100%
Charlton

2,483

811

100%
Taylor

2,011

1,169

100%
Turner

2,006

1,160

100%
Seminole

2,081

1,064

100%
Marion

1,785

1,056

100%
Talbot

1,124

1,703

100%
Jenkins

1,810

962

100%
Wilcox

2,010

724

100%
Randolph

1,230

1,459

100%
Lanier

1,828

735

100%
Treutlen

1,744

747

100%
Atkinson

1,768

642

100%
Miller

1,731

482

100%
Warren

1,040

1,141

100%
Clinch

1,632

521

100%
Schley

1,516

356

100%
Wheeler

1,293

568

100%
Calhoun

796

1,062

100%
Stewart

722

925

100%
Glascock

1,113

124

100%
Baker

700

533

100%
Clay

534

603

100%
Echols

975

130

100%
Chattahoochee

576

489

100%
Webster

641

420

100%
Quitman

486

399

100%
Taliaferro

333

509

100%
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State Senate

Dem. 19 won 2 lead

Rep. 33 won 2 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 19 won 2 lead

Rep. 33 won 2 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
1 61%Watson* Rep. 39%Workman Dem.96%
2 0%Jackson* Dem.Uncontested
3 69%Ligon* Rep. 31%Dagen Dem.98%
4 0%Hill* Rep.Uncontested
5 0%Rahman Dem.Uncontested
6 58%Jordan* Dem. 42%Aldridge Rep.96%
7 0%Harper* Rep.Uncontested
8 0%Black* Rep.Uncontested
9 52%Martin* Rep. 48%Moses Dem.100%
10 0%Jones* Dem.Uncontested
11 0%Burke* Rep.Uncontested
12 0%Sims* Dem.Uncontested
13 0%Kirk* Rep.Uncontested
14 71%Thompson* Rep. 29%Kinsey Dem.100%
15 0%Harbison* Dem.Uncontested
16 68%Harbin* Rep. 32%Lightle Dem.100%
17 55%Strickland* Rep. 45%Hatcher Dem.100%
18 0%Kennedy* Rep.Uncontested
19 0%Tillery* Rep.Uncontested
20 0%Walker* Rep.Uncontested
21 71%Beach* Rep. 29%Nash Dem.80%
22 0%Jones* Dem.Uncontested
23 0%Stone* Rep.Uncontested
24 0%Anderson* Rep.Uncontested
25 0%Jones* Rep.Uncontested
26 0%Lucas* Dem.Uncontested
27 73%Dolezal Rep. 27%Smith Dem.100%
28 0%Brass* Rep.Uncontested
29 63%Robertson Rep. 37%Haskins Dem.100%
30 0%Dugan* Rep.Uncontested
31 0%Heath* Rep.Uncontested
32 59%Kirkpatrick* Rep. 41%Triebsch Dem.98%
33 0%Rhett* Dem.Uncontested
34 83%Seay* Dem. 17%Smith Rep.100%
35 0%James* Dem.Uncontested
36 0%Orrock* Dem.Uncontested
37 60%Tippins* Rep. 40%Clark Dem.100%
38 83%Tate* Dem. 17%Klavohn Rep.90%
39 0%Williams* Dem.Uncontested
40 50%Harrell Dem. 50%Millar* Rep.100%
41 0%Henson* Dem.Uncontested
42 0%Parent* Dem.Uncontested
43 0%Anderson* Dem.Uncontested
44 0%Davenport* Dem.Uncontested
45 59%Unterman* Rep. 41%Rodgers Dem.100%
46 61%Cowsert* Rep. 39%Hilliard Dem.91%
47 68%Ginn* Rep. 32%Johnson Dem.95%
48 53%Karinshak Dem. 48%Reeves Rep.89%
49 0%Miller* Rep.Uncontested
50 0%Wilkinson* Rep.Uncontested
51 0%Gooch* Rep.Uncontested
52 76%Hufstetler* Rep. 24%Ross Dem.100%
53 0%Mullis* Rep.Uncontested
54 81%Payne* Rep. 19%Morgan Dem.100%
55 77%Butler* Dem. 23%Jackson Rep.98%
56 53%Albers* Rep. 47%Jeager Dem.90%
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* Incumbent 

State House

Dem. 65 won 5 lead

Rep. 98 won 12 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 65 won 5 lead

Rep. 98 won 12 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
1 0%Moore Rep.Uncontested
2 0%Tarvin* Rep.Uncontested
3 0%Hill* Rep.Uncontested
4 0%Carpenter* Rep.Uncontested
5 82%Meadows* Rep. 18%Rosser Dem.100%
6 0%Ridley* Rep.Uncontested
7 84%Ralston* Rep. 16%Day Dem.100%
8 0%Gurtler* Rep.Uncontested
9 0%Tanner* Rep.Uncontested
10 0%Rogers* Rep.Uncontested
11 86%Jasperse* Rep. 14%Shiver Dem.100%
12 0%Lumsden* Rep.Uncontested
13 67%Dempsey* Rep. 33%Burnette Dem.100%
14 0%Coomer* Rep.Uncontested
15 0%Gambill Rep.Uncontested
16 0%Kelley* Rep.Uncontested
17 73%Momtahan Rep. 27%Meers Dem.100%
18 74%Cooke* Rep. 26%Rhudy Dem.100%
19 63%Gullett Rep. 37%Feliciano Dem.100%
20 70%Caldwell* Rep. 30%Burnaman Dem.100%
21 75%Turner* Rep. 25%Whitfield Dem.100%
22 77%Cantrell* Rep. 24%Ravenscraft Dem.81%
23 75%Ballinger* Rep. 25%Wynn Dem.100%
24 0%Gilligan* Rep.Uncontested
25 65%Jones* Rep. 35%Tucker Dem.89%
26 0%Morris* Rep.Uncontested
27 0%Hawkins* Rep.Uncontested
28 0%Erwin Rep.Uncontested
29 69%Dubnik* Rep. 31%Stead Ind.100%
30 73%Dunahoo* Rep. 27%Watkins Dem.100%
31 0%Benton* Rep.Uncontested
32 0%Powell* Rep.Uncontested
33 0%McCall* Rep.Uncontested
34 58%Reeves* Rep. 42%Southwell Dem.100%
35 53%Setzler* Rep. 47%Castellana Dem.100%
36 67%Ehrhart Rep. 33%Slipakoff Dem.100%
37 50%Teasley* Rep. 50%Williams Dem.100%
38 0%Wilkerson* Dem.Uncontested
39 83%Thomas* Dem. 17%Morrow Rep.100%
40 54%Allen Dem. 46%Bentley Rep.100%
41 71%Smith* Dem. 30%Harris Rep.100%
42 0%Anulewicz* Dem.Uncontested
43 53%Cooper* Rep. 48%Wakeman Dem.100%
44 56%Parsons* Rep. 44%Allen Dem.100%
45 61%Dollar* Rep. 39%Johnson Dem.100%
46 63%Carson* Rep. 37%Sandiford Dem.100%
47 62%Jones* Rep. 38%Nugent Dem.63%
48 50%Price* Rep. 50%Robichaux Dem.86%
49 55%Martin* Rep. 45%Bralley Dem.89%
50 50%Stewart Rep. 50%Kausche Dem.92%
51 51%McLaurin Dem. 49%Kaufman Rep.100%
52 53%Silcox* Rep. 47%Roberts Dem.88%
53 0%Jones* Dem.Uncontested
54 51%Holland Dem. 49%Beskin* Rep.100%
55 0%Metze* Dem.Uncontested
56 0%Thomas* Dem.Uncontested
57 0%Gardner* Dem.Uncontested
58 0%Cannon* Dem.Uncontested
59 0%Dreyer* Dem.Uncontested
60 0%Schofield* Dem.Uncontested
61 0%Bruce* Dem.Uncontested
62 0%Boddie* Dem.Uncontested
63 0%Bazemore* Dem.Uncontested
64 0%Jackson* Dem.Uncontested
65 0%Beasley-Teague* Dem.Uncontested
66 0%Alexander* Dem.Uncontested
67 0%Gravley* Rep.Uncontested
68 0%Collins* Rep.Uncontested
69 0%Nix* Rep.Uncontested
70 0%Smith* Rep.Uncontested
71 74%Stover* Rep. 26%Thomason Dem.100%
72 0%Bonner* Rep.Uncontested
73 0%Mathiak* Rep.Uncontested
74 0%Stovall* Dem.Uncontested
75 0%Glanton* Dem.Uncontested
76 0%Scott* Dem.Uncontested
77 0%Burnough* Dem.Uncontested
78 0%Douglas* Dem.Uncontested
79 51%Wright Rep. 49%Wilensky Dem.100%
80 53%Hanson* Rep. 47%Wilson Dem.100%
81 60%Holcomb* Dem. 40%Diehl Rep.100%
82 0%Oliver* Dem.Uncontested
83 0%Evans Dem.Uncontested
84 0%Shannon* Dem.Uncontested
85 0%Drenner* Dem.Uncontested
86 0%Henson* Dem.Uncontested
87 0%Davis Dem.Uncontested
88 0%Mitchell* Dem.Uncontested
89 0%Nguyen* Dem.Uncontested
90 71%Stephenson* Dem. 29%Swan Rep.100%
91 0%Jones* Dem.Uncontested
92 0%Carter* Dem.Uncontested
93 0%Kendrick* Dem.Uncontested
94 0%Bennett* Dem.Uncontested
95 51%Moore Dem. 49%Hilton* Rep.100%
96 0%Marin* Dem.Uncontested
97 57%Rich Rep. 44%Yaqoob Dem.100%
98 0%Clark* Rep.Uncontested
99 0%Lopez* Dem.Uncontested
100 0%McClain* Dem.Uncontested
101 58%Park* Dem. 42%Clark Rep.92%
102 51%Kennard Dem. 49%Hastings Rep.100%
103 0%Barr* Rep.Uncontested
104 54%Efstration* Rep. 46%Stephenson Dem.100%
105 58%McLeod Dem. 42%Sheldon Rep.100%
106 0%Harrell* Rep.Uncontested
107 59%Hutchinson Dem. 41%Mihoci Rep.100%
108 50%Clark Dem. 50%Cox* Rep.100%
109 52%Rutledge* Rep. 48%Lewis-Ward Dem.100%
110 0%Welch* Rep.Uncontested
111 56%Holly Dem. 44%Cauble* Rep.100%
112 0%Belton* Rep.Uncontested
113 0%Dickerson* Dem.Uncontested
114 0%Kirby* Rep.Uncontested
115 0%Williamson* Rep.Uncontested
116 0%England* Rep.Uncontested
117 55%Gaines Rep. 45%Gonzalez* Dem.93%
118 0%Frye* Dem.Uncontested
119 54%Wiedower Rep. 47%Wallace* Dem.100%
120 68%Rhodes* Rep. 32%Hogg Dem.95%
121 0%Fleming* Rep.Uncontested
122 0%Lott* Rep.Uncontested
123 67%Newton* Rep. 33%Richard Dem.100%
124 0%Howard* Dem.Uncontested
125 0%Nelson* Dem.Uncontested
126 70%Frazier* Dem. 31%Harris Rep.100%
127 0%Prince* Dem.Uncontested
128 57%Jackson* Dem. 43%Williams Rep.100%
129 0%Holmes* Rep.Uncontested
130 0%Knight* Rep.Uncontested
131 74%Pullin Rep. 26%Benton Dem.100%
132 52%Trammell* Dem. 48%Gomez Rep.100%
133 0%Smith Rep.Uncontested
134 0%Smith* Rep.Uncontested
135 0%Smyre* Dem.Uncontested
136 0%Hugley* Dem.Uncontested
137 0%Buckner* Dem.Uncontested
138 54%Cheokas Rep. 46%Hooks Dem.75%
139 0%Bentley* Dem.Uncontested
140 0%Dickey* Rep.Uncontested
141 0%Washburn Rep.Uncontested
142 0%Paris* Dem.Uncontested
143 0%Beverly* Dem.Uncontested
144 66%Mathis Rep. 35%Walden Dem.100%
145 0%Williams* Rep.Uncontested
146 0%Blackmon* Rep.Uncontested
147 55%Clark* Rep. 45%Miller Dem.100%
148 70%Williams Rep. 30%Deriso Dem.100%
149 0%Pruett* Rep.Uncontested
150 0%Hatchett* Rep.Uncontested
151 55%Greene* Rep. 45%Barlow Dem.95%
152 75%Rynders* Rep. 26%Batten Dem.96%
153 65%Hopson Dem. 35%Taylor Rep.<1%
154 0%Dukes* Dem.Uncontested
155 0%Pirkle* Rep.Uncontested
156 0%Morris* Rep.Uncontested
157 0%Werkheiser* Rep.Uncontested
158 0%Parrish* Rep.Uncontested
159 0%Burns* Rep.Uncontested
160 0%Tankersley* Rep.Uncontested
161 75%Hitchens* Rep. 25%Bridges Dem.59%
162 0%Gilliard* Dem.Uncontested
163 0%Gordon* Dem.Uncontested
164 60%Stephens* Rep. 40%Scott Dem.54%
165 0%Stephens* Dem.Uncontested
166 0%Petrea* Rep.Uncontested
167 68%Jones* Rep. 32%King Dem.95%
168 0%Williams* Dem.Uncontested
169 0%LaRiccia* Rep.Uncontested
170 0%Houston* Rep.Uncontested
171 0%Powell* Rep.Uncontested
172 0%Watson* Rep.Uncontested
173 62%Taylor* Rep. 38%Titus Dem.100%
174 0%Corbett* Rep.Uncontested
175 72%Lahood* Rep. 28%Gear Dem.100%
176 0%Shaw* Rep.Uncontested
177 0%Sharper* Dem.Uncontested
178 89%Meeks Rep. 11%O'Driscoll Dem.100%
179 59%Hogan* Rep. 41%Jordan Dem.93%
180 0%Sainz Rep.Uncontested
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* Incumbent 

Ballot Measures

Amendment 4Rights for Crime Victims

Yes Yes2,758,88080.6%
No No665,99319.4%

3,424,873 votes, 92% reporting (2,434 of 2,634 precincts)

Referendum AProvide for Homestead Tax Exemption

Yes Yes1,848,71556.7%
No No1,413,60543.3%

3,262,320 votes, 92% reporting (2,434 of 2,634 precincts)

Referendum BTax Exemption for Housing for People With Mental Disabilities

Yes Yes2,570,65776.5%
No No789,90223.5%

3,360,559 votes, 92% reporting (2,434 of 2,634 precincts)

Amendment 1Create Outdoor Trust Fund

Yes Yes2,839,40382.4%
No No606,20717.6%

3,445,610 votes, 92% reporting (2,434 of 2,634 precincts)

Amendment 2Create Business Court

Yes Yes2,308,85768.9%
No No1,042,35731.1%

3,351,214 votes, 92% reporting (2,434 of 2,634 precincts)

Amendment 3Promote Forest Conservation

Yes Yes2,046,33061.9%
No No1,261,60038.1%

3,307,930 votes, 92% reporting (2,434 of 2,634 precincts)

Amendment 5Allow School Tax Referendums

Yes Yes2,370,08170.8%
No No979,65829.2%

3,349,739 votes, 92% reporting (2,434 of 2,634 precincts)

Secretary of State

Raffensperger Brad RaffenspergerRepublican Rep.1,844,03949.9%
Barrow John BarrowDemocrat Dem.1,771,62147.9%
Duval Smythe DuvalLibertarian Lib.82,0342.2%

3,697,694 votes, 96% reporting (2,522 of 2,634 precincts)

Agriculture Commissioner

Black* Gary Black*Republican Rep.1,971,13653.9%
Swann Fred SwannDemocrat Dem.1,687,93146.1%

3,659,067 votes, 96% reporting (2,522 of 2,634 precincts)

* Incumbent

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