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What you need to know about July 24 primary runoff
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Flowery Branch residents Sharon and Jerome Van de Water prepare to cast their ballots at the Hall County Government Center in Gainesville, Thursday, July 19, 2018, during the penultimate day of early voting for the Republican primary runoff between Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp. - photo by David Barnes

The primary runoff is set for July 24, but you probably knew that given the secret recordings, outlandish commercials and general nastiness of the battle for the Republican nomination for governor.

Catch up on primary 2018 coverage.

It should be noted, there is one runoff on the Democratic ballot. Georgia voters must select either a Republican or Democratic ballot on Tuesday. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Check whether you're registered, the location of your polling precinct and view sample ballots.

Who’s on the ballot

Republican

Governor

  • L.S. “Casey” Cagle
  • Brian Kemp

Casey Cagle, Brian Kemp share their thoughts on 8 state issues

Lieutenant governor

  • Geoff Duncan
  • David Shafer

Secretary of State

  • David Belle Isle
  • Brad Raffensperger 

Democrat

State school superintendent

  • Sid Chapman
  • Otha E. Thornton Jr.


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