Still haven’t decided how to vote in Tuesday’s primaries? Here’s what you need to know before casting your ballot.
The main event on Election Day is the race for Georgia governor. Voters will also decide on statewide offices, Congress, judges and local representatives.
VOTING GUIDE: Here’s a look at key contests in Georgia primary
On the issues: Where the candidates for governor stand
Stacey Abrams (D): National attention helps fuel Democrat Abrams’ bid for governor
Casey Cagle (R): A GOP favorite tries to fend off conservative attack
Stacey Evans (D): Evans sees her rise from poverty as part of winning Democratic formula
Hunter Hill (R): Military vet wages running war on ‘career politicians’
Brian Kemp (R): Pitch to conservatives leans hard on law and order
Clay Tippins (R): Executive aims to send waves through governor’s race
Michael Williams (R): Senator has been Trump backer with similar tactics
Lieutenant Governor: Race draws political veterans, newcomers
Secretary of State: New Georgia voting system divides candidates
State Schools Superintendent: Two candidates already have experience as the superintendent
Insurance Commissioner: Race spotlights Georgia’s auto, health care woes
Labor Commissioner: Democrats vie for chance to unseat GOP labor commissioner
Public Service Commission: Plant Vogtle, rural broadband and renewables dominate race
Georgia General Assembly: Election will lead to turnover in Georgia Legislature
Georgia Court of Appeals: Hodges, Shigley trade barbs
U.S. Congress: House races see surge in contenders this election cycle
Voting precincts across the state will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
If necessary, runoffs will be held July 24. The winners of the primaries will advance to the general election Nov. 6.
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