What Camden County voters will see on the primary ballot

The much-covered governor, U.S. Senate and secretary of state races are on the primary ballot across Georgia, along with a dozen other statewide offices you can learn about here. Camden County voters, especially Republicans, will also see state Senate, state House and several local offices on their ballot.

Read on to get a preview of races specifically on the Camden County ballot.


Georgia State Senate, District 3

Represents all of Camden and neighboring counties. One-term Republican state Sen. Sheila McNeill is not seeking re-election. No Democratic candidates qualified to run for this office.

  REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES

Georgia State House, District 180

Includes Camden County and part of Glynn County. No Democrat qualified to run for this seat.

  REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES
  • Steven Sainz - the incumbent state representative is CEO of Camden Connection (Campaign website)
  • Cody Smith - a small business owner in St. Marys (No campaign website listed)

Camden County Commission, District 2

  • Martin Turner - Republican, a retired resident of Kingsland, is running for this open seat on the commission.
  • Steve Weinkle - Republican, a retired resident of Woodbine, is running for this open seat on the commission.

No Democrat candidate entered this race.


Camden County Commission, District 4

  • Gary Blount, Republican, a CPA who lives in St. Marys, is running for a second term as commissioner.
  • Jim Goodman, Republican, a city council member from St. Marys is challenging incumbent Blount in the GOP primary.

No Democrat candidate entered this race.


Board of Education, District 2

  • Allison Murray - a pastor is running in this nonpartisan seat
  • Michael Spiers - a human resources director is competing in this nonpartisan seat

Board of Education, District 4

  • Jonathon Blount - self-employed from St. Marys is the only candidate for this nonpartisan seat.

Brunswick Judicial District Superior Court Judge

  • Roger Lane is running unopposed for re-election to this nonpartisan position.