2020 Election Live Results

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President
16 Electoral Votes

Although highly competitive this year, Georgia has voted Republican in nine of the past ten presidential elections. Donald Trump won by about 5% in 2016.

President

Updated:
Toss-up
Candidate Votes Percent
*Donald J. Trump (Republican)
Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian)
Joe Biden (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. Senate

Both seats have an election this year. In each case, a top-two runoff will be held January 5, 2021 if no candidate gets a majority of the vote. Regular: Incumbent Sen. David Perdue (R) is seeking a 2nd term. He is in a very competitive race with Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff (D).

Special:This is to complete the term of former Sen. Johnny Isakson (R), who resigned at the end of 2019. Gov. Brian Kemp appointed Kelly Loeffler (R) to fill the seat until the special election, which is an all-party primary under Georgia law. There are about 20 candidates on the ballot, making a runoff a near certainty. However, most of the vote is expected to go to 3: Sen. Loeffler, Rep. Doug Collins (R) and Rev. Raphael Warnock (D). With Loeffler and Collins aggressively competing for the GOP vote, the most likely outcome is that only one of them, along with Warnock will advance.

U.S. Senate

Updated:
Toss-up
Candidate Votes Percent
Shane Hazel (Libertarian)
*David Perdue (Republican)
Jon Ossoff (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. Senate

Updated:
Toss-up
Candidate Votes Percent
Doug Collins (Republican)
Valencia Stovall (Independent)
Michael Greene (Independent)
Allen Buckley (Independent)
Al Bartell (Independent)
Brian Slowinski (Libertarian)
John Fortuin (Green)
Wayne Johnson (Republican)
▾ Others

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House

14 Congressional Districts: 9 Republicans | 5 Democrats

There are two vacancies, one each in a safe Democratic district (GA-5) and a safe Republican district (GA-14). These are included in the 9-5 split.

Despite the anticpated close vote for President and Senate, two suburban Atlanta districts are the only competitive ones in the state. GA-7 was the closest congressional race in the country in 2018. Republican Rob Woodall defeated Carolyn Bourdeaux by 0.1%. Woodall is retiring, and Bourdeaux seems to have a slight edge against GOP nominee Rich McCormick. In the neighboring GA-6, Democrat Lucy McBath defeated incumbent Republican Karen Handel by 1%. There's a rematch this year; McBath is somewhat favored to fend off the challenge.

None of Georgia's other 12 districts were decided by less than 15% in 2018. All are again safe for the incumbent party.

U.S. House District 1

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Earl "Buddy" Carter (Republican)
Joyce Griggs (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 2

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
Don Cole (Republican)
*Sanford Bishop (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 3

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Val Almonord (Democratic)
*Drew Ferguson (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 4

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
Johsie Ezammudeen (Republican)
*Hank Johnson (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 5

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
Angela Stanton-King (Republican)
Nikema Williams (Democratic)

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 6

Updated:
Likely D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Lucy McBath (Democratic)
Karen Handel (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 7

Updated:
Leans D
Candidate Votes Percent
Rich McCormick (Republican)
Carolyn Bourdeaux (Democratic)

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 8

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Lindsay Holliday (Democratic)
*Austin Scott (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 9

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Andrew Clyde (Republican)
Devin Pandy (Democratic)

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 10

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Tabitha Johnson-Green (Democratic)
*Jody Hice (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 11

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Dana Barrett (Democratic)
*Barry Loudermilk (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 12

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Liz Johnson (Democratic)
*Rick Allen (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 13

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
Becky Hites (Republican)
*David Scott (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 14

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Kevin Van Ausdal (Democratic)
Marjorie Greene (Republican)

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

Governor

Next election is 2022. Gov. Brian Kemp (R, 1st term) is the incumbent.