Early voting for Runoff Election

Early voting has begun for the July 24 runoff election and will end on July 24.   There is no weekend voting.  On election day, you can vote at your precinct.

This election is for races where the winner received less than 50% of the vote.  I urge everybody to vote in this runoff election because we need to select the strongest Democratic party ticket as possible to challenge the Republicans in November.

For Democrats, those races are as follows

State School Superintendent

Sid Chapman
www.sidforsuper.com
E-mail: sidforgasupt@gmail.com

Otha E. Thornton Jr.
www.othathornton.com
E-mail: otha@othathornton.com

Congressional District 7

Carolyn Bourdeaux
carolyn4congress.com
E-mail: carolyn@carolyn4congress.com
PHONE NUMBER: (770) 904-1518

David Kim
davidkim2018.com
E-mail: david@davidkim2018.com

NON PARTISAN
Judicial Race

This race will be on all ballots.

Veronica Cope
https://www.copeforjudge.com/

Tracey Mason
http://electtraceymason.com/

 

RULES

  1.  If you voted in the primary and pulled a Democratic ballot, you can only vote a Democratic ballot in the runoff.
  2. If you voted in the primary and pulled a non- partisan ballot, you can pull EITHER a Democratic or Republican ballot.
  3. If you did NOT vote in the primary but are registered to vote you can pull EITHER a Democratic or Republican ballot