Video: Know your Georgia congressional districts

Map: Georgia congressional districts

The state of Georgia is represented in the U.S. House of Representatives by elected officials from 14 congressional districts. 

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The state of Georgia is represented in the U.S. House of Representatives by elected officials from 14 congressional districts. (Georgia Legislative and Congressional Office map)

What district am I in? To find your Congressional District, visit the state of Georgia MyVoter pagewww.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)

The state of Georgia is represented in the U.S. House of Representatives by election officials from 14 districts. The city of Atlanta is located in Georgia's 5th congressional district.

Related: How to contact your Georgia congress members

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.

Georgia's 6th congressional district in metro Atlanta includes part of Cobb County, north Fulton County and DeKalb County. 

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

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