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Georgia's 2014 General Election

October 21, 2014
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An important date sits just around the corner. On Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, you'll have the opportunity to head to the polls. This election date holds great importance in determining the leaders of the state of Georgia. Everyone always pays attention to federal elections. However, state/local elections hold just as much — if not more — importance.

If you registered to vote before Oct. 6, 2014, you will have the opportunity to vote for:

  • Governor (Nathan Deal, Jason Carter, Andrew Hunt)
  • Lieutenant Governor (Casey Cagle, Connie Stokes)
  • Secretary of State (Brian Kemp, Doreen Carter)
  • Attorney General (Sam Olens, Greg Hecht)
  • Commissioner of Agriculture (Gary Black, Christopher Irvin)
  • Commissioner of Insurance (Ralph Hudgens, Liz Johnson, Ted Metz)
  • Commissioner of Labor (Mark Butler, Robbin Shipp)
  • Public Service Commissioner (Doug Everett, John Monds; Bubba McDonald, Daniel Blackman, Robin Gilmer)
  • State School Superintendent (Richard Woods, Valarie Wilson)
  • U.S. Senate (David Perdue, Michelle Nunn, Amanda Swafford)
  • U.S. House (varies)
  • State senators (varies)
  • State representatives (varies)
  • Proposed constitutional amendments
  • Proposed statewide referendums

Depending on your location, there could be other elections on your ballot. To see a sample ballot for your region and to find your voting location, go to My Voter Page. Early voting has started in most areas already. To find out when and where to vote early, check in with the Georgia Secretary of State.

About the Author

Bethany McDaniel is the Interactive Web Content Manager for GeorgiaGov. She graduated from Berry College in Rome, GA with degrees in Visual Communication and History.

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