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Updated Dec. 13, 2022 at 9:16 a.m. Eastern

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Last data update: Nov. 21, 2022 at 6 p.m. ET

GeorgiaELECTION RESULTS

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Herschel Walker (R) and Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) have advanced to a runoff in the Senate race.

Gov. Brian Kemp (R) is projected to win the Governor race.

Governor

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Key race

A repeat of the 2018 election is underway in the governor’s race with Gov. Brian Kemp (R) once again facing off against Democrat Stacey Abrams. Abrams, formerly the minority leader in Georgia’s House of Representatives, lost the bitterly fought 2018 contest by fewer than two points. Since the loss, Abrams has developed a national reputation as a voting rights activist through her Fair Fight PAC and the political landscape in Georgia has shifted significantly. The rematch is closely watched and considered a toss-up.

Kemp (R) is projected to win. An estimated 99.9 percent of votes have been counted.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Brian KempKempB. Kemp

incumbent

GOP
2,110,32853.4
Stacey AbramsAbramsS. AbramsDEM
1,811,47145.9
Shane HazelHazelS. HazelLIB
28,1130.7

An estimated 99.9 percent of votes have been counted.

* Incumbent

U.S. Senate

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Key race

Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) is running for his first full term in office after winning his seat in a special election in a 2021 runoff, an outcome that flipped the Senate to Democratic control. His Republican challenger, Herschel Walker, is a former professional football player whose messy campaign has surfaced multiple controversial allegations and past indiscretions. Walker is also one of 15 election deniers running for the Senate this year. The race is considered a toss-up, reflecting Georgia’s electoral shift from solidly Republican to decidedly purple.

The election has ended with a runoff between Walker (R) and Warnock (D).

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
Raphael WarnockWarnockR. Warnock

incumbent

DEM
1,943,73749.4
Herschel WalkerWalkerH. WalkerGOP
1,907,27248.5
Chase OliverOliverC. OliverLIB
81,2782.1

An estimated 99.9 percent of votes have been counted.

* Incumbent

Other statewide races

Incumbent Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) received national attention in 2020 after boldly refuting false claims of election fraud in the state from Donald Trump and other members of his own party. In the primaries, Raffensperger narrowly defeated his challenger, Rep. Jody Hice (R), an election denier who was backed by Trump. State Rep. Bee Nguyen (D) is his opponent in the general election, and she’s running with Stacey Abrams’s endorsement.

Attorney General

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Chris CarrCarrC. Carr

incumbent

GOP
2,032,32751.9
Jen JordanJordanJ. JordanDEM
1,826,20446.6
Martin CowenCowenM. CowenLIB
60,0991.5

An estimated 100 percent of votes have been counted.

* Incumbent

Lieutenant Governor

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Burt JonesJonesB. JonesGOP
2,009,40751.4
Charlie BaileyBaileyC. BaileyDEM
1,815,18546.4
Ryan GrahamGrahamR. GrahamLIB
85,1912.2

An estimated 100 percent of votes have been counted.

Secretary of State

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Brad RaffenspergerRaffenspergerB. Raffensperger

incumbent

GOP
2,079,95353.2
Bee NguyenNguyenB. NguyenDEM
1,717,85644.0
Ted MetzMetzT. MetzLIB
108,7712.8

An estimated 99.9 percent of votes have been counted.

* Incumbent

U.S. House

Georgia has a new congressional map this year so your district may have changed. Find your congressional district here.

Seat2020 ResultsCandidatesPct.VotesEst. counted
District 1
Trump +13
Est. 100% counted
District 1
Trump +13
winner
B. CarterBuddy Carter

incumbent

59.2%
156,016

100% counted

W. HerringWade Herring
40.8%
107,662
District 2
Biden +10
Est. 100% counted
District 2
Biden +10
winner
S. BishopSanford Bishop

incumbent

55.0%
132,501

100% counted

C. WestChris West
45.0%
108,579
District 3
Trump +30
Est. 100% counted
District 3
Trump +30
winner
D. FergusonDrew Ferguson

incumbent

68.8%
213,461

100% counted

V. AlmonordVal Almonord
31.2%
96,799
District 4
Biden +58
Est. 100% counted
District 4
Biden +58
winner
H. JohnsonHank Johnson

incumbent

78.5%
216,247

100% counted

J. ChavezJonathan Chavez
21.5%
59,272
District 5
Biden +67
Est. 100% counted
District 5
Biden +67
winner
N. WilliamsNikema Williams

incumbent

82.5%
243,471

100% counted

C. ZimmChristian Zimm
17.5%
51,754
District 6
Trump +15
Est. 100% counted
District 6
Trump +15
winner
R. McCormickRich McCormick
62.2%
206,783

100% counted

B. ChristianBob Christian
37.8%
125,552
District 7
Biden +26
Est. 100% counted
District 7
Biden +26
winner
L. McBathLucy McBath

incumbent

61.0%
142,852

100% counted

M. GonsalvesMark Gonsalves
39.0%
91,195
District 8
Trump +28
Est. 100% counted
District 8
Trump +28
winner
A. ScottAustin Scott

incumbent

68.6%
178,601

100% counted

D. ButlerDarrius Butler
31.4%
81,773
District 9
Trump +38
Est. 100% counted
District 9
Trump +38
winner
A. ClydeAndrew Clyde

incumbent

72.4%
212,672

100% counted

M. FordMike Ford
27.6%
81,206
District 10
Trump +24
Est. 100% counted
District 10
Trump +24
winner
M. CollinsMike Collins
64.5%
198,413

100% counted

T. Johnson-GreenTabitha Johnson-Green
35.5%
109,075
District 11
Trump +15
Est. 100% counted
District 11
Trump +15
winner
B. LoudermilkBarry Loudermilk

incumbent

62.6%
190,035

100% counted

A. DazaAntonio Daza
37.4%
113,535
District 12
Trump +10
Est. 100% counted
District 12
Trump +10
winner
R. AllenRick W. Allen

incumbent

59.6%
157,951

100% counted

L. JohnsonLiz Johnson
40.4%
107,089
District 13
Biden +60
Est. 100% counted
District 13
Biden +60
winner
D. ScottDavid Scott

incumbent

81.8%
216,150

100% counted

C. GonzalesCaesar Gonzales
18.2%
48,209
District 14
Trump +37
Est. 100% counted
District 14
Trump +37
winner
M. GreeneMarjorie Taylor Greene

incumbent

65.9%
170,003

100% counted

M. FlowersMarcus Flowers
34.1%
88,074

* Incumbent

The Post estimated the lean of 2022 congressional districts using 2020 presidential results by precinct from Decision Desk HQ and estimates where actual votes at the precinct level were unavailable. Districts classified as “Strong Biden” and “Strong Trump” show where a candidate is estimated to have won by 15 percentage points or more. “Lean Biden” and “Lean Trump” districts had estimated vote margins between five and 15 points. “Close” districts show an estimated margin within five points.

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