Hice will face Democrat Ken Dious in the general election for the 10th Congressional District.
In Gwinnett, Perdue beats Kingston by a little more than 4,000 votes.
Martin will face Democrat Timothy Swiney in the general election in November.
Gwinnett County Elections Director Lynn Ledford expects turnout for the runoff to be in the 5-15 percent range.
The Republican candidates for the 10th Congressional District share their plans for bringing conservative values to D.C.
Jack Kingston and David Perdue are pursuing the Republican party’s spot in November’s election.
Despite having several races to be decided in the runoff, fewer than 1 percent of Gwinnett’s registered voters have cast ballots to date.
Jack Kingston and David Perdue will visit Gwinnett County ahead of the July 22 runoff.
Republican candidates are making last-minute stops in Gwinnett ahead of the July 22 run-off election.
Congressional candidate Jody Hice compares himself to David Brat, who defeated Virginia Rep. Eric Cantor last week, while Mike Beaudreau collects more endorsements in his Senate District 9 race.
David Perdue calls out his opponent in the U.S. Senate Republican runoff, Jack Kingston, for taking campaign funds from Khalid Satary, a felon going through deportation proceedings.
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, who represents Gwinnett, announced he would endorse Jack Kingston in his bid to win a U.S. Senate runoff against David Perdue.
Former Secretary of State Karen Handel, the third-place finisher in this month’s U.S. Senate GOP primary, endorsed Jack Kingston in the runoff against David Perdue. Atlanta Tea Party’s Julianne Thompson also gives her support.
University of Georgia political science professor Charles Bullock takes a look at the U.S. Senate and local Congressional race as they reshape for July GOP runoffs.
After 22 years as senator, Don Balfour will have to get used to a new moniker after his third-place finish in Tuesday’s primary.
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