2018 Election Results

This year’s primary was held on May 22, 2018. Runoff elections were held on July 22. This year, there were one Supreme Court seat, one Court of Appeals seat, seven open superior court seats, four contested superior court seats, two open state courts seats, two contested state court seats  as well as several chief magistrate seats determined by election.  Below are the results of those contests:

 

Legend

Circuit or county (seat)

Elected first term

Retained seat

Unseated

 

Supreme Court

(Hunstein) John J. Ellington

 

Court of Appeals

(Ellington) Ken Hodges

 

Superior Open Seats

Atlanta (Campbell) - Kevin Farmer

Blue Ridge (Harris) - Tony Baker

Gwinnett (Turner) - Tracie Cason

Gwinnett (T. Davis) - Tracey Mason

Pataula (Bishop) - Henry Balkom

Rome (Colston) - Kay Ann Wetherington

Stone Mountain (Coursey) - LaTisha Dear-Jackson

 

Superior Contested Seats

Lookout Mountain (Van Pelt) - Ralph VanPelt

Stone Mountain (Johnson) – Courtney Johnson

Western (Quick) – Lisa Lott

Western (Norris) – Eric Norris

 

State Open Seats

Gwinnett (Iannazzone) - R. C. LEARY

Henry (Harper) - David B. Brown

 

State Contested Seats

Forsyth (Abernathy-Maddox) – Abernathy-Maddox

Richmond (Hunter) - Monique Walker

 

Civil/Magistrate Macon-Bibb County

(Randall) – Pam White-Colbert

 

Chief Magistrate

Fulton (Kirk) – Cassandra Kirk

 

 

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