AJC Voter Guide 2018 is available online

The 2018 AJC Voter Guide from the League of Women Voters is available online with information for candidates in the May 22, 2018 primary.

>> 2018 AJC Voter Guide link <<

Voters can choose ballots for Republican, Democratic or non-partisan candidates. Candidates for governor and other statewide offices are not included in the non-partisan ballot. Here’s a guide to deciding which ballot to choose.


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Overview of top state offices on the ballot

Overview of the May 22 ballot and what voters need to know

County-by-county coverage of May 22 candidates

Deeper coverage of the primary from AJC’s Politically Georgia

On the ballot in Georgia May 22: The candidates from the major parties now running for governor are, from left, top row, Republican Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, former state House Democratic leader Stacey Abrams, Republican Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, former Republican state Sen. Hunter Hill, bottom row, Republican businessman Clay Tippins, former Democratic state Rep. Stacey Evans; and Republican state Sen. Michael Williams. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

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