Early voting for the Aug. 21 runoff election has begun and the fate of the District 113 state representative seat will be finally decided in the election.
After a five-way primary race, House 92 will go into an Aug. 21 runoff between the two top vote-getters, Tonya Anderson (25 percent, 1,088 votes) and Doreen Williams (24 percent, 1,061 votes).
Representative Pam Stephenson will be returning to the capitol for a fifth term after defeating Democratic challenger Scott Hughes in the primary.
The House District 113 race will be determined in the August 21 run-off election after incumbent Pamela Dickerson received 42 percent of the Democratic votes (1,959 votes) and Sharon Sawyer received 32.47 percent (1,512 votes).
Georgia House Representative Pam Stephenson is hoping to go back to the capitol for a fifth term with the new District 90 to continue her work on quality education, environmental justice and adequate and affordable healthcare
Family information is being drudged up in the District 109 state representative race between Republican incumbent Steve Davis and his party challenger Dale Rutledge.
DeKalb resident Scott Hughes is jumping into the political arena for the first time by seeking election to the Georgia House District 90 seat, challenging incumbent Representative Pamela Stephenson for the Democratic nomination.
Incumbent Republican Steve Davis announced he is running for his fifth House term in the new District 109, which covers parts of Rockdale, Newton and Henry counties.
Conyers-based attorney Sherri Washington has officially announced her bid for newly drawn Georgia House District 92.
State Rep. Pam Dickerson, D-Conyers, is running for re-election in the newly redrawn District 113.
Republican Dale Rutledge announced Monday that he will run for the new state House District 109 as a challenger to incumbent Rep. Steve Davis.
Septic and plumbing company owner and Republican Rodney Upton recently announced he would run again for a seat in the Georgia House of Representatives – but this time in the new House District 114.
Former Lithonia city Councilwoman Doreen Carter is making a foray into the state level with a bid as a Democratic candidate for the new state House District 92, which has no incumbent Representative.
For Democratic candidate Doreen Williams, running for the state House of Representatives new District 92 seat is about bringing a focus on social justice.
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