2020–21 Georgia state elections

This article is about elections in the U.S. state. For the country, see 2020 Georgian parliamentary election.
2020–21 Georgia elections


 2018 November 3, 2020 (2020-11-03)
January 5, 2021 (2021-01-05)
2022 
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Several elections took place in the U.S state of Georgia in 2020. The general election was held on November 3, 2020, and the runoff on January 5, 2021. A combined partisan primary for president and all other offices on the ballot was held on June 9, 2020, with a primary runoff held on August 11.

To vote by mail, registered Georgia voters must have requested a ballot by October 30, 2020.[1] By early October some 1,589,147 voters requested mail ballots.[2] Following the November 3, 2020 general election, voters whose mail-in ballots were rejected could make corrections (“cure”) until 5 p.m. on Friday, November 6, 2020.[3][4]

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Georgia had 16 electoral votes in the Electoral College. DemocratJoe Biden won all of them with 49.5% of the popular vote. It was the first time a Democratic presidential candidate had won Georgia since Bill Clinton in 1992.

Georgia had 14 seats in the United States House of Representatives which were up for election. The Republicans won 8 while the Democrats won 6. Democrats gained one seat, the 7th district.

A special election was held for the 5th district due to the death of the incumbentJohn Lewis. The first round was held on September 29 and the runoff was held on December 1. Democrat Kwanza Hall won the seat.

Incumbent Republican David Perdue, first elected in 2014, lost his reelection bid to challenger Jon Ossoff. Perdue won the first round with 49.73% of the vote, but in the runoff election lost to Ossoff’s 50.57% vote share.

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