2018 Election Live Results
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On this Page: Governor, U.S. Representative (14 congressional districts)
Results Expected: After 7:00 PM Eastern Time
There are top-two runoff elections December 4th for any race where no candidate receives a majority of the vote.
Neither seat is up for election this year.
2020: Sen. David Purdue (R, 1st term) | 2022: Sen. Johnny Isakson (R, 3rd term)
Gov. Nathan Deal (R) cannot run due to term limits. The Democratic nominee, Stacey Abrams is attempting to become the first black female governor in U.S. history. Polls show a close race; the Libertarian may take enough votes to force a runoff between Abrams and the GOP nominee, Brian Kemp.
14 Congressional Districts: 10 Republicans | 4 Democrats
Competitive: 6th, 7th
These two affluent districts in Atlanta's northern suburbs were narrowly won by Donald Trump in 2016. They lean Republican, but are the kind of districts Democrats can win if they have a good night. In the 6th, Rep. Karen Handel is seeking her first full term; she won an expensive special election in 2017.
Others to Watch: None
None of the state's districts were decided by a margin less than 20% in 2016; it is unlikely that any of these will be competitive in 2018. In the 8th district, GOP Rep. Austin Scott is unopposed for a fifth term. This is one of only three districts nationwide where Democrats are not competing.