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Georgia Democratic Candidates 2022
Federal & State



Georgia Voters:
Democratic Candidates on Your November 8th Ballot


Federal or State
Legislative Offices
Democratic Candidate
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United States Senator Raphael Warnock (incumbent)
warnockforgeorgia.com
United States Representative,
Your Congressional District
U.S Representative Candidates
by District**
 
State Senator,
Your GA Senate District
State Senator Candidates
by District**
 
State Representative,
Your GA House District
State Representative Candidates
by District**
 
State Executive Offices
   
Governor Stacey Abrams
staceyabrams.com
Lieutenant Governor Charlie Bailey
charlieforgeorgia.com
Secretary of State Bee Nguyen
beeforgeorgia.com
Attorney General Jennifer "Jen" Jordan
jen4ga.com
Commissioner of Agriculture Nakita Hemingway
nakitahemingway.com
Commissioner of Insurance Janice Laws Robinson
janiceforgeorgia.com
State School Superintendent Alisha Thomas Searcy
www.searcyforsuperintendent.com
Commissioner of Labor William "Will" Boddie, Jr.
www.boddieforga.com
* Public Service Commission, District 3 Shelia Edwards
electshelia.com
* Public Service Commission, District 2 Patty Durand
www.pattyforpsc.com

* Elections for the Public Service Commission will not be on the November 2022 ballot. Currently, PSC candidates must live in one of the five (5) PSC district in which they're running, but they are voted on state-wide. There is a lawsuit challenging this, arguing that PSC candidates should only be voted on by voters within the candidate's PSC district.
     In addition, Republicans in the General Assembly gerrymandered Democrat Patty Durand's county of residence into another PSC district (which is not up for election this year) in an attempt to exclude her from the 2022 ballot. That also is being challenged.
     This information will be updated as the court challenges proceed. See a reference to a news article on the challenges on Patty Durand's website.
** To see your voter registration information, including districts, go here. When your information is displayed, click on "View/Print Precinct Card" to see your district numbers.