6th District: Latest vote counts in Georgia’s special election for Congress

12:47 a.m. Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Georgia Politics and Government

The vote count is under way in Tuesday’s special election in metro Atlanta that included the closely watched U.S. House race in Georgia’s 6th district and runoff elections in two of metro Atlanta’s newest cities. 

Polls closed at 7 p.m. in most precincts in DeKalb, Fulton and Cobb counties, where residents cast ballots to replace U.S. Rep. Tom Price, who was chosen by President Trump as the federal health secretary.  

Here are the results, based on the latest available vote counts:  

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This page will continue to update until the vote counts are complete.

The congressional race included 18 candidates, making it likely the winner would be decided in a June runoff election between the top two.

In addition to the congressional seat, Tuesday’s voting also included one state Senate seat and city elections or election runoffs in Johns CreekRoswellSouth Fulton (city) and Stonecrest (city). The South Fulton runoff will decide the city’s first-ever mayor. Stonecrest, located in south DeKalb, has runoffs in its first city council races.

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