Party chair says “All is not lost.”
In his bid for the U.S. Senate, Republican David Perdue pressed a one-track strategy of hammering his Democratic opponent as a lackey of President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Deal said revamping the state’s system for funding K-12 education and continuing his work on criminal justice will be priorities.
A measure that would expand metro Atlanta's regional transit system into more areas south of the city has been approved by a wide margin.
Republican Sam Olens has won his race for re-election as Georgia's attorney general.
Republican Richard Woods has won the race for state schools superintendent.
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler has won his race for a second-term.
Voters have adopted an amendment freezing Georgia's top marginal income tax rate.
Georgia Democrats and civil rights activists complained of voting problems Tuesday, and blamed the state's top elections official, Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp.
Rosanna Szabo has been Gwinnett’s solicitor-general since 2006, and Tuesday’s election made sure she’ll be back in office Jan. 1.
The incumbent was part of a Republican takeover of the state’s constitutional offices in 2010. But Deal’s relentlessly optimistic take on the state’s economy proved effective, and Carter didn’t make the impact he needed by focusing on the state’s high unemployment rate and cuts to education.
Perdue won 55 percent of the vote to 43 percent for Nunn with 93 percent of precincts reporting.
Renita Hamilton lost in her second attempt to claim the District 105 State House seat.
Republican incumbent Fran Millar held onto his state Senate District 40 seat Tuesday night.
Democratic challenger Jay Trevari falls short in bid to unseat incumbent.
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