Posted by: jamesvw | November 7, 2009

December 1 – Georgia Legislative Runoffs

Dec. 1 – Georgia Legislative Runoff Elections for HD 58, HD 129, HD 141 and SD 35

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**UPDATED** Hat Tip to TheUnknown285 ADDED HD 58

There are four runoff elections in Georgia on December 1.

Click here to request your absentee ballot for the races. georgia-seal-1

SD 35

This Atlanta-based Senate district was represented by Kasim Reed, who is locked in a runoff race for Mayor of Atlanta, also to be held on December 1. To see a map of the district, click here. Outside of parts of Atlanta, the district also represents:

College Park, Douglasville, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Lithia Springs, Palmetto, and  Union City

The two remaining candidates are Donzella James and Torrey Johnson,  both Democrats. James, who took the most votes in the first vote on December 3 is attempting to return to the State Senate after serving from 1994-2002. Johnson is an ordained Lutheran minister seeking his first elected office.

HD 58

There is a runoff  in GA HD 58 between two Democrats. Asha Jackson faces Simone Bell in this Atlanta-based district. To learn more, click on each name to visit their website.

HD 129

To see a map of the Georgia House Districts, click here. This district is comprised of most of Harris County and parts of Troup County and Muscogee County. To find out if this is your district, click here and type in your address. To read a news story on this race, click here.

A pair of Republicans, Kip Smith and Steve Earles are facing off in this election.

HD 141

This district is made up of all of Baldwin County and a small piece of Putnam County. The Democratic incumbent did not run for reelection and so independent candidate Rusty Kidd will square off against Democrat Darrell Black. To read a news story about this race, click here:

Hat Tip to TheUnknown285 (partisan website)

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