May 22 Primary Election

There are quite a few people running in the 2018 primaries for Georgia’s top offices. It is important to have all the information in one place. As websites and additional information on candidates becomes available, will try and get it posted here.

Governor

Republican Democrat
L.S. “Casey” Cagle
Eddie Hayes – withdrawn
Hunter Hill
Brian Kemp
Clay Tippins
Marc Urbach
Michael Williams
Stacey Abrams
Stacey Evans

Lieutenant Governor

Republican Democrat
Geoff Duncan
Rick Jeffares
David Shafer
Sarah Riggs Amico
Triana Arnold James

Secretary of State

Republican Democrat
David Belle Isle
Buzz Brockway
Josh McKoon
Brad Raffensperger
John Barrow
Dee Dawkins-Haigler
Rakeim “RJ” Hadley

Attorney General

Republican Democrat
Chris Carr (i) Charlie Bailey

Commissioner of Agriculture

Republican Democrat
Gary Black (i) Fred Swann

Commissioner of Insurance

Republican Democrat
Jim Beck
Jay Florence
Tracy Jordan
Janice Laws
Cindy Zeldin

School Superintendent

Republican Democrat
John Barge
Richard Woods (i)
Sid Chapman
Sam Mosteller
Otha E. Thornton, Jr.

Commissioner of Labor

Republican Democrat
Mark Butler (i) Richard Keatley
Fred Quinn

Public Service Commissioner
To Succeed Chuck Eaton

Republican Democrat
Chuck Eaton (i)

Public Service Commissioner
To Succeed Tricia Pridemore

Republican Democrat
John Hitchins III
Tricia Pridemore (i)
Dawn A. Randolph
Doug Stoner

6th Congressional District

Republican Democrat
Karen Handel (i) Kevin Abel
Steven Knight Griffin
Bobby Kaple
Lucy McBath

Georgia Senate District 40

Republican Democrat
Fran Millar (i) Sally Harrell
Tamara Johnson-Shealey

Georgia House District 81

Republican Democrat
Ellen Diehl Scott Holcomb (i)
Hamid Noori

Judge, Court of Appeals
To Succeed John Ellington

Non-Partisan
Ken Hodges
Ken Shigley

Judge, Superior Court of the Stone Mountain Judicial Circuit
To Succeed Daniel Marshall Coursey, Jr.

Non-Partisan
Tunde Akinyele
Gina Bernard
Roderick Bridges
Kirby Clements, Jr.
Latisha Dear-Jackson
Nicholas Smith

Judge, Superior Court of the Stone Mountain Judicial Circuit
To Succeed Courtney Johnson

Non-Partisan
Genet Hopewell
Courtney Johnson (i)

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