2022 Georgia Primary Live Results
||May 24, 2022
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||Primary results for U.S. Senate, Governor, Secretary of State, U.S. House, State Legislature
Where no candidate gets a majority of the vote, the top two finishers will have a runoff on June 21.
Freshman Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, who won a special election in 2020, is seeking his first full six-year term. He faces only a nominal primary challenge before moving on to a competitive general election against the likely GOP nominee, Herschel Walker.
Gov. Brian Kemp is seeking a second term. He has drawn a primary challenge from former Sen. David Purdue, recruited into the race and endorsed by Donald Trump. It looks like Kemp will finish first, possibly even clearing the 50% needed to avoid a runoff. Stacey Abrams is unopposed for the Democratic nomination.
Secretary of State
Incumbent Republican Brad Raffensperger has drawn a Trump-endorsed challenger, Rep. Jody Hice (GA-10). This may end up going to a runoff.
On the Democratic side, a late April poll showed 60% undecided. It will be worth watching who emerges the nominee, as the November election is expected to be competitive.
These primaries will be conducted using redistricted congressional boundaries. The state's 14 districts don't offer much general election suspense, but there are a few nomination battles that we're watching.
The table below highlights five notable primaries, followed by individual results for each of them. Below that are party-specific tables with all results. Use the drop down menu to change the active district.
||This district in southwest Georgia is a longshot pickup opportunity for the GOP. Democrat Sanford Bishop is seeking a 16th term.
||Redistricting has made this district safely Republican. Current incumbent Lucy McBath (D) is running in District 7.
||After being one of the most competitive districts in the nation in recent cycles, redistricting has made it safely Democratic. However, it has also led to a 'win or go home' primary between members Carolyn Bourdeaux (current GA-07) and Lucy McBath (GA-06).
||Rep. Jody Hice is retiring from this safely Republican seat to run for Secretary of State.
||High profile incumbent Marjorie Taylor Greene has drawn several challengers.
Republicans hold a 34-22 edge over Democrats in the Georgia State Senate. Members serve two-year terms.