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Election 2019: What to know about elections in metro Atlanta

For metro Atlanta voters. 2019 is an off-year election, falling between the governor’s race balloting in 2018 and the upcoming presidential election in 2020. Most of the voting in metro Atlanta this year will involve city government elections. Many metro cities will hold elections for mayor and city council on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019. Early voting began Monday, Oct. 14.

2020 look ahead: Georgia's 2020 presidential primary will be March 24, 2020.

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Special elections were held Tuesday Sept. 17, 2019 in metro Atlanta for a seat on the Fulton County Commission and another on the Atlanta Board of Education. A runoff election will be held in both races on Tuesday, Oct. 15. Below are the results from Oct. 15. Check back after the polls close on Oct. 15 for updated election charts after the polls close.

The next elections for president will be in 2020, starting with Georgia’s presidential primary, usually scheduled early in the year. The next elections for the Georgia Legislature and U.S. Congress and Senate are also in 2020.The next elections for Georgia governor and other state constitutional offices will be in 2022. Gov. Brian Kemp was elected in 2018.

Atlanta special election results Oct. 15, 2019

Here are special election runoff results for elections held Tuesday, Oct. 15. Results will be posted after the polls close and then will be updated frequently as new vote totals are announced.

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