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Full coverage of the midterm election from The Post and Congressional Quarterly
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State Results

Ga. Governor%
 Declared WinnerPerdue (R) 52
 Barnes* (D) 46
 Other 2
99% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


Ga. Senate%
 Declared WinnerChambliss (R) 53
 Cleland* (D) 46
 Other 1
99% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


U.S. House Results for Ga.


Election Roundup


Across the Nation
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The Republicans
Republicans: Ga. Effort Shows Party's Strengths
The combination of forces that powered Tuesday's Republican victories across the country was nowhere more visible than in Georgia, where the GOP enjoyed its best day in history.

Ga. Election News
Chambliss Defeats Cleland for Ga. Senate Seat (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 6, 2002)

Democrat David Scott Wins in Georgia's 13th District (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 6, 2002)

Majette Wins Georgia 4th After Defeating Incumbent in August Democratic Primary (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 5, 2002; 11:30 PM)

Ga. Democrat Advances by Staying Put (Post, Nov. 1, 2002)

Despite Remap, Ga.'s Walker is No Walkover (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 31, 2002; 2:15 PM)

In Georgia, Chambliss Keeps Heat on Cleland (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 30, 2002; 6:15 PM)

AARP Feels Ads Misuse Its Logo (Post, Oct. 25, 2002)

Osama, Saddam and Max? Cleland Cries Foul (Post, Oct. 14, 2002)

Ga. Republicans Fight to Overcome Underdog Image (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 9, 2002; 1:16 PM)

Majette, McKinney Differ Mainly on Style (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 26, 2002; 8:05 PM)

Moderation, Outreach Send Ga. Democrat on Historic Journey (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 20, 2002; 4:50 PM)

Political Lightning Strikes Georgia's McKinney Family Again (Post, Sept. 12, 2002)

Walker Wins Runoff in Ga.'s New 12th District (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 11, 2002; 2:20 AM)

Ga. Runoff Winner Could Make Black Political History (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 6, 2002; 5:05 PM)

McKinney's Loss Points to Larger Change: Moderate Black Politicians Continue Historical Rise (washingtonpost.com, Aug. 23, 2002; 1:32 PM)

Impact of McKinney Loss Worries Some Democrats: Tension Between Blacks, Jews a Concern (Post, Aug. 22, 2002)

Barr, McKinney Lose In Georgia Primaries (Post, Aug. 21, 2002)

In Battle of Incumbents, Linder Bests Barr (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 21, 2002; 8:36 AM)

Majette Upsets McKinney in Georgia 4th Primary (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 23, 2002)


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