UNITED STATES ELECTIONS 2020

For Georgians wondering about the schedule, here are some key dates to remember as the second round of the races kick off, according to the Georgia Secretary of State’s website:

Anyone who is registered to vote in Georgia can vote in state, local, and federal runoff elections. Check your voter status.

Runoff dates for the 2020 general election are:

  • December 1, 2020 – Special Election Runoffs for Local and State Offices

    January 5, 2021 – General Election Runoffs for Local and State Offices (This date was moved from the initial date of Dec. 1, 2020)

    January 5, 2021 – General Election Runoff for Federal Offices (Voter registration deadline is December 7, 2020)

    Key Dates

    November 18, 2020 – Earliest day for a registrar to mail an absentee ballot for the General Election Runoff for Federal Offices. O.C.G.A. § 21-2-384

    December 7, 2020 – Last day a person may register and be eligible to vote in the January General Election Runoff for Federal Offices.

    December 14, 2020 – Advanced In Person (Early) Voting begins for the General Election Runoff for Federal Offices. O.C.G.A. § 21-2-385

The local and state runoff election will be held on Dec. 1. Early voting for these elections is already underway. If you want to vote by absentee for thesel races, you must request the ballot on your My Voter Page.

 

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Presidential Election Results:

Projected President Elect JOE BIDEN ELCTORAL VOTES- 290

GENERAL ELECTION RUNOFF FOR FEDERAL OFFICES

  • Voter Registration Deadline: 12/7/20

  • Election Date: 1/5/21

 

Georgia · US Senate

Runoff election will be scheduled

Jon Ossoff

(Democratic) Candidate for US Senate

David Perdue

(Republican) Member of the United States Senate

U.S. Senate Special Election

(A runoff between the top two finishers will be held in January.)

(Democrat) Raphael Warnock

(Republican) Kelly Loeffler

 

U.S. House

(Democrat) Lucy McBath *Winner

6th District Representative Lucy McBath, the Democratic gun control and racial justice activist, she has won re-election to her suburban Atlanta House seat against Karen Handel, whom she beat in a razor-thin election in 2018.

 

(Democrat) Carolyn Bourdeaux

7th District. This district, once reliably Republican territory, includes an increasingly diverse section of metro Atlanta. In 2018, the Democratic candidate Carolyn Bourdeaux lost by fewer than 500 votes. With the incumbent, Republican Rob Woodall, retiring, she now faces Rich McCormick, a physician and former Marine helicopter pilot.

U.S. HOUSE GEORGIA DISTRICT 5 SPECIAL ELECTION RUNOFF

  • KWANZA HALL (D)

  • ROBERT FRANKLIN (D)

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DISTRICT 4

  • LAUREN BUBBA MCDONALD, JR. (I) (R)

  • DANIEL BLACMAN (D)

STATE SENATE DISTRICT 39 SPECIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

  • SONYA HALPERN (D)
  • LINDA PRITCHETT (D)

DISTRICT ATTORNEY – WESTERN – SPECIAL (CLARKE AND OCONEE COUNTIES)

  • DEBORAH GONZALEZ (D)
  • JAMES CHAFIN

POLK COUNTY COMMISSION SPECIAL ELECTION

  • LINDA LILES (I) (R)
  • RICKY CLARK (R)