The state of Georgia is represented in the U.S. House of Representatives by elected officials from 14 congressional districts.
What district am I in? To find your Congressional District, visit the state of Georgia MyVoter page, www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/mvp.do
District 1: Buddy Carter (R-Pooler); opponent: Lisa M. Ring (D). On Map: Bright Green lower right
District 2: Samford Bishop(D-Columbus); opponent: Herman West Jr. (R) . On Map: Blue lower left
District 3: Drew Ferguson (R-West Point); opponent: Chuck Enderlin (D). On Map: Light Green middle left.
District 4: Hank Johnson (D-Lithonia); opponent: Joe Profit (R). On Map: Metro Atlanta.
District 5: John Lewis (D-Atlanta)
District 6: Lucy McBath (D-Marietta) . On Map: Metro Atlanta
Karen Handel won Tom Price’s former congressional seat in a special election runoff on June 20, 2017 against Democrat Jon Ossoff. Lucy McBath defeated Handel in the November 2018 general election.
District 7: Rob Woodall (R-Lawrenceville). On Map: Metro Atlanta
District 8: Austin Scott (R-Macon); opponent: James Cooper III (D). On Map: Yellow lower center
District 9: Doug Collins (R-Gainesville); opponents: Josh McCall (D-Gainesville); Clifford Baxter. On Map: Golden upper right
District 10: Jody Hice (R-Bethlehem); opponent: Tabitha A. Johnson-Green (D). On Map: Light blue middle right.
District 11: Barry Loudermilk (R-Woodstock); opponent: Flynn D. Broady Jr. (D-Marietta). On Map: Metro Atlanta
District 12: Francys Johnson(D); opponent: Brian Brown (R). On Map: Purple lower right.
District 13: David Scott (D-Riverdale); opponents: David Callahan (R), Martin Cohen. On Map: Metro Atlanta.
District 14: Tom Graves (R-Rome); opponent: Steven Lamar Foster (D-Dalton). On Map: Salmon upper left.
Metro Atlanta Districts
North Georgia Districts
South Georgia Districts