2022 Georgia Live Results

Overview

Election Date November 8, 2022
Where to Vote Find your Polling Place
Polls Close 7:00 PM Eastern Time
On this Page Results for U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. House, State Legislature
Where no candidate gets a majority of the vote, the top two finishers will have a runoff on December 6.

U.S. Senate

Consensus Forecast
Toss-up

Freshman Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, who won a special election in 2020, is seeking his first full six-year term. This is expected to be one of the closest Senate elections this year. The presence of Libertarian Chase Oliver on the ballot may keep both candidates under 50%, which would mean a December 6 runoff between Warnock and GOP nominee, Herschel Walker. 

Governor

Consensus Forecast
Leans Republican

Gov. Brian Kemp is seeking a second term. Stacey Abrams is the Democratic nominee. This is a rematch from 2018, where Kemp narrowly won by 1.4%. If polling proves accurate, Kemp should have a little more breathing room this time around. 

U.S. House

Consensus Forecast
1,3,6,8-12,14
Safe R
2
Likely D
4-5,7,13
Safe D

These elections will be conducted using redistricted boundaries. Republicans are expected to gain a seat, with District 6, north of Atlanta, moved significantly to the right in redistricting. 

Overall, there's not much to see here in terms of competitive races.

State Senate

CNalysis Forecast
Safe Republican

Republicans hold a 34-22 edge over Democrats in the Georgia State Senate. Members serve two-year terms.

State House

CNalysis Forecast
Safe Republican

Republicans hold a 103-75 edge over Democrats in the Georgia House of Representatives. There are two vacancies. Members serve two-year terms.