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Wednesday May 18th, 2022 12:53PM


Registered voters can generate a sample May 24 ballot showing all of the races in which they can vote on the Georgia Secretary of State's website. Visit the My Voter Page to create a sample ballot for your district.

April 25: Last day to register to vote | May 2-20: Early voting | May 7 and May 14: Saturday voting




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Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.





MAPS: State view | Detailed metro view

Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



MAPS: State view | Detailed metro view

Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21. The winner will face Democrat Michael Ford in November. Ford is unopposed in the primary.



MAPS: State view | Detailed metro view

Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21. The winner will face Democrat Stacey Abrams in November. Abrams is unopposed in the primary.







Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website.





Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21. The winner will race Republican Tyler Harper in November. Harper is unopposed in the primary.



Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



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Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21. The winner faces Democrat Jody Cooley in November. Cooley is unopposed in the primary.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21. The winner will face Democrat Claudia Wood in November. Wood is unopposed in the primary.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21. The winner will face Democrat Kim Floria in November. Floria is unopposed in the primary.



The winner faces no Democratic opponent in November.



The winner will face Democrat Louisa Shell Jackson in November. Jackson is unopposed in the primary.



Click the candidate’s photo to visit the official campaign website. A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21.



The winner will face Democrat Pat Calmes in November. Calmes is unopposed in the primary.



A runoff, if needed, will be Tuesday, June 21. The winner will face Democrat Angela Thomas Middleton in November. Middleton is unopposed in the primary.



The winner will face Democrat Isabel Martinez Flynn in November. Flynn is unopposed in the primary.



Click your county below to see a list of competitive races in that county. To view a sample ballot of the races in your district, go to the My Voter Page on the Secretary of State's website or call your local elections office.



The Republican Party has placed these eight questions on the May 24 primary. You will see them only if you choose a Republican ballot. The results of these questions are not binding.

1. The Biden Administration has stopped building the border wall and illegal border crossings have dramatically increased. Should securing our border be a national priority?
2. Education is the largest item in the state budget. Should education dollars follow the student to the school that best fits their need, whether it is public, private, magnet, charter, virtual or homeschool?
3. Florida has passed a law to stop social media platforms from influencing political campaigns by censoring candidates. Should Georgia pass such a law to protect free speech in political campaigns?
4. Two of the three current federal work visa programs are lottery based. Should federal work visas by issued on job skill?
5. Biological males who identify as females have begun competing in female sports. Should schools in Georgia allow biological males to compete in female sports?
6. To prevent ballot tampering, state law prohibits political operatives from handling absentee ballots once they have been marked by the voter. To protect the integrity of our elections, should the enforcement of laws against ballot tampering be a priority?
7. Absentee ballot boxes are vulnerable to illegal ballot trafficking. Should absentee ballot drop boxes be eliminated?
8. Crime has dramatically increased throughout the country, including in our capital city of Atlanta. Should citizens of residential areas like the Buckhead community be allowed to create their own city government and police departments?


The Democratic Party has placed these nine questions on the May 24 primary. You will see them only if you choose a Democratic ballot. The results of these questions are not binding.

1. Should the United States remove obstacles to economic advancement by forgiving all student loan debt?
2. Should all Georgians have access to paid parental leave following the birth or adoption of a child?
3. Should every three- and four-year-old in Georgia be given the opportunity to attend a high-quality preschool free of charge?
4. Should Georgia voters have the right to gather signed petitions to directly place questions on the ballot, whether to change the law or poll the public?
5. Should families earning less than $150,000 per year receive an expanded tax credit to help cover the costs of raising children?
6. Should the State of Georgia expand access to health care for over half a million Georgians by utilizing federal funds to expand Medicaid?
7. Should the State of Georgia expand voter access by increasing early voting opportunities, allowing same-day voter registration, removing obstacles to voting by mail, and installing secure ballot drop boxes, accessible at all times, through Election Day?
8. Should marijuana be legalized, taxed, and regulated in the same manner as alcohol for adults 21 years of age or older, with proceeds going towards education, infrastructure, and health care programs?
9. Should the State of Georgia incentivize the development of clean, renewable energy sources to support America’s energy independence?



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