Georgia general election voter's guide

Governor, US Senate & House, state House, state cabinet, local races on ballot

Georgia voters can cast early ballots through Oct. 31 and can go to the polls on Nov. 4 to decide on nearly a dozen statewide races, a southeast Georgia congressional and a legislative seat and a handful of county races.

To see exactly what's on the ballot in your community, your registration status and where and when you can vote, visit the Georgia Secretary of State's My Voter Page.

Here's what's on the ballot for Georgia voters:


Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State

Attorney General

Agriculture Commissioner

Insurance Commissioner

School Superintendent

Georgia Labor Commissioner

Georgia Public Service Commission

Seat 1
  • H. Doug Everett (incumbent) - Republican
  • John Monds - Libertarian
Seat 4
  • Bubba McDonald - Republican
  • Daniel Blackman - Democrat
  • Robin Aaron Gilmer - Libertarian

Statewide ballot questions

Amendment ATaxesProhibits the state from increasing the maximum state income tax rate above that in effect on January 1, 2015
Amendment BGovernment FinancesEmpowers the legislature to impose additional reckless driving penalties and allocate revenue from such penalties to the Brain and Spinal Injury Trust
Referendum 1TaxesExtends an ad valorem tax exemption to privately owned and operated student dormitories and parking decks within the University of Georgia system

U.S. Senate

U.S. House - District 1

Georgia Legislature - District 174

In addition to the state and federal races, voters in most southeast Georgia counties will also see one or more local offices on the ballot.

Camden County

St. Marys City Council - Post 1
  • Jay Moreno
  • Bob Nutter (Incumbent)
St. Marys City Council - Post 2
  • Rowland Eskridge
  • Elaine Powierski

Glynn County

Board of Education - District 4
  • Dorothy Stewart - Democrat
  • Hank Yeargan Jr. (Incumbent) - Republican

Brantley County

County Commission - Post 5
  • Jesse Mobley - Republican
  • Ray Griffin - Democrat