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Georgia statewide May 2014 election results

STATEWIDE PARTISAN RACES

(113 of 159 counties partially reported)

  U.S. SENATE (Democratic Primary) 
  VOTES PERCENT
O. Steen Miles   26,856 10.81% 
M. Michelle Nunn   187,051 75.32% 
Branko "Rad" Radulovacki   8,850  3.56%
Todd Anothony Robinson  25,584 10.30% 
  U.S. SENATE (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Paul Collins Broun 54,212 10.02%
Arthur A. "Art" Gardner 4,970 0.92% 
J.P. "Phil" Gingrey 53,742  9.93% 
Derrick E. Grayson 5,378 0.99% 
Karen C. Handel 115,550  21.35% 
J.H. "Jack" Kingston 144,579  26.72% 
David Perdue 162,734  30.07% 
 
  GOVERNOR (Democratic Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Jason J. Carter  228,712 100% 
  GOVERNOR (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
John D. Barge 60,407 11.33% 
J. Nathan Deal (incumbent) 385,226  72.27% 
David E. Pennington III 87,378  16.39% 
 
  LT. GOVERNOR (Democratic Primary) 
  VOTES PERCENT
Connie J. Stokes  207,952 100% 
  LT. GOVERNOR (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
L.S. "Casey" Cagle (incumbent)   443,897 100% 
 
  SECRETARY OF STATE (Democratic Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Gerald B. Beckum 70,505  31.77% 
Doreen Carter 151,453  68.23% 
  SECRETARY OF STATE (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Brian P. Kemp (incumbent) 432,478 100% 
 
  ATTORNEY GENERAL (Democratic Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Gregory K. "Greg" Hecht 202,752 100% 
  ATTORNEY GENERAL (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCNET
Samuel S. Olens (incumbent)  414,275 100% 
 
  COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE (Democratic Primary) 
  VOTES PERCENT
Christopher James Irvin  206,215 100% 
  COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Gary W. Black (incumbent)  420,475 100% 
 
  COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE (Democratic Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Keith G. Heard  68,049 30.79% 
Elizabeth N. "Liz" Johnson  152,929  69.21% 
  COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Ralph T. Hudgens (incumbent) 404,779 100% 
 
  STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT (Democratic Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Tarnisha L. Dent 31,023  13.79% 
Marion Spencer "Denise" Freeman 43,105  19.16% 
Jurita Forehand Mays 12,789  5.68% 
Alisha Thomas Morgan 57,850 25.71% 
R. "Rita" Robinzine 8,124 3.61% 
Valerie D. Wilson 72,092  32.04% 
  STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Mary Kay Bacallao 64,293  15.30% 
Ashley D. Bell 63,735 15.16% 
Michael L. "Mike" Buck 83,281  19.81% 
Sharyl H. Dawes 22,784  5.42% 
Allen Bowles Fort 26,818 6.38% 
Nancy T. Jester 43,803 10.42% 
T. Fitz Johnson 31,487  7.49% 
Kira G. Willis 12,894  3.07% 
Richard L. Woods 71,201  16.94% 
 
  COMMISSIONER OF LABOR (Democratic Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Robbin K. Shipp  196,670 100% 
  COMMISSIONER OF LABOR (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
J. Mark Butler (incumbent) 403,832  100% 
  Public Service Commissioner to succeed Lauren McDonald (Democratic Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Daniel A. Blackman 194,625 100% 
  Public Service Commissioner to succeed Lauren McDonald (Republican Primary)
  VOTES PERCENT
Douglas T. Kidd 95,934  20.90% 
Charles C. "Craig" Lutz 77,078  16.79% 
Lauren W. "Bubba" McDonald (incumbent) 286,022  62.31% 

STATEWIDE NONPARTISAN RACES 

(30 of 159 counties partially reporting)

  Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia
Robert Benham (incumbent)  609,514 100% 
  Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia
Keith R. Blackwell (incumbent) 607,015  100% 
  Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia
P. Harris Hines (incumbent) 604,433  100% 
  Judge, Court of Appeals
Gary B. Andrews (i)  601,353  100%
  Judge, Court of Appeals
Elizabeth L. "Lisa" Branch (i) 602,340 100% 
  Judge, Court of Appeals
Sara L. Doyle (i)  601,285 100% 
  Judge, Court of Appeals
Carla W. McMillian (i) 598,487 100% 
  Judge, Court of Appeals
William M. Ray (i)  595,898 100% 
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