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Election Results

Election Day is November 3, 2020. Central Georgia voters will go to the polls and either reelect President Donald Trump or vote in Democratic candidate Joe Biden. Statewide, in the regular election for US Senate, incumbent Republican senator David Perdue will face Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff in a bid to gain a second term. In the special election for retired Sen. Johnny Isakson's seat, incumbent Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler will meet 20 challengers, including Republican Rep. Doug Collins and Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock.

Also, all 4 of Central Georgia's congressmen face challengers. Vivian Childs and Don Cole, both Republicans, are running against longtime congressman Sanford Bishop in the 2nd Congressional District. For the 8th Congressional District, Lindsay "Doc" Holliday challenges Republican Congressman Austin Scott, who's seeking a 5th term. Danny Ellyson of Warner Robins is also running against Scott. 10th Congressional District Republican incumbent Jody Hice has 2 Democratic challengers -- Andrew Ferguson and Tabitha Johnson-Green. In the 12th Congressional District, 2 Democrats face off with Republican congressman Rick Allen. They are Liz Johnson and Dan Steiner.

In Bibb County, incumbent David Davis faces off with J.T. Ricketson in the race for the sheriff position. In the Houston County District Attorney race, Republican incumbent George Hartwig will meet Democrat Erikka Williams. For more election information, including information on the voting process itself, check out 13WMAZ's Georgia November 2020 election voter guide. Just text the word VOTE to 478-752-1309.

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Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).

* Indicates an incumbent

President State of Georgia

Precincts: 2,656 / 2,656 (100% reporting)
Joe Biden (D)
50%
50%
2,472,098
Donald Trump (R)
49%
49%
2,458,121
Jo Jorgensen (L)
1%
1%
62,066

U.S. Senate Regular Election

Precincts: 2,656 / 2,656 (100% reporting)
David Perdue (R)
50%
50%
2,458,911
Jon Ossoff (D)
48%
48%
2,372,172
Shane Hazel (L)
2%
2%
114,900

U.S. Senate Special Election

Precincts: 2,656 / 2,656 (100% reporting)
Raphael Warnock (D)
33%
33%
1,615,438
Kelly Loeffler (R)
26%
26%
1,271,249
Doug Collins (R)
20%
20%
978,996
Deborah Jackson (D)
7%
7%
323,811
Matt Lieberman (D)
3%
3%
135,875
Tamara Johnson-Shealey (D)
2%
2%
106,664
Jamesia James (D)
2%
2%
94,306
Derrick Grayson (R)
1%
1%
51,535
Joy Felicia Slade (D)
1%
1%
44,899
Annette Davis Jackson (R)
1%
1%
44,261
Kandiss Taylor (R)
1%
1%
40,292
A. Wayne Johnson (R)
1%
1%
36,140
Brian Slowinski (L)
1%
1%
35,390
Richard Dien Winfield (D)
1%
1%
28,652
Ed Tarver (D)
1%
1%
26,325
Allen Buckley (I)
0%
0%
17,942
John Fortuin (G)
0%
0%
15,280
Al Bartell (I)
0%
0%
14,626
Valencia Stovall (I)
0%
0%
13,296
Michael Todd Greene (I)
0%
0%
13,272

Sheriff Bibb County

Precincts: 0 / 0 (100% reporting)
David Davis (D)
65%
65%
45,037
J.T. Ricketson (R)
35%
35%
24,284

District Attorney Houston Circuit

Precincts: 0 / 0 (99% reporting)
George Hartwig (R)
55%
55%
31,354
Erikka Williams (D)
45%
45%
25,566

District Attorney Dublin Circuit

Precincts: 0 / 0 (100% reporting)
Craig Fraser (R)
60%
60%
19,837
Adriane Latrell Love (D)
40%
40%
13,462