2018 조지아 주지사 선거 - 2018 Georgia gubernatorial election

2018 조지아 주지사 선거

2014 년 2018 년 11 월 6 일 2022 년
투표율 70.33 % Increase23.50pp
David Perdue and Brian Kemp (cropped).jpg Stacey Abrams in May 2018.png
후보자 브라이언 켐프 스테이시 에이브람스
파티 공화주의자 민주주의
인기 투표 1,978,408 1,923,685
백분율 50.2 % 48.8 %

Georgia Governor Election Results by County, 2018.svg
카운티 결과
Kemp : 50–60 % 60–70 % 70–80 % 80–90 % > 90 %
Abrams : 40–50 % 50–60 % 60–70 % 70–80 % 80–90 %

선거 전 주지사

Nathan Deal
공화당 원

선출 된 주지사

브라이언 켐프
공화당

2018 조지아 주지사 선거는 동시에 서로 11 월 6 일, 2018에 일어났다 주 전체 및 지방 선거 의 다음 주지사 선출하는 미국 상태조지아 . 공화당 주지사 Nathan Deal 은 임기가 제한되어있어 3 년 연속 재선을 구할 수 없었습니다. 브라이언 켐프 (Brian Kemp) 공화당 국무 장관이 선거에서 승리하여 민주당주 하원의 원인 Stacey Abrams 를 거의 55,000 표로 패배 시켰습니다.

차 선거는 2018년 5월 22일에 개최되었고, 차 유출은 공화당 후보 켐프 사이에 7 월 24, 2018 년에 개최되었다 부지사 케이시 캐글 켐프가 유출 선거 승리와 함께. Abrams는 75 % 이상의 득표율로 민주당 예비 선거에서 우승하여 결선을 피할 수있었습니다. Kemp는 선거 당시 현직 국무 장관이었으며, 그가 후보자였던 선거를 감독 할 것이기 때문에 이해 상충에 대한 비난을 받았습니다.

총선에서 단순 과반수를 득표 한 후보가 없다면 4 주 후 2018 년 12 월 4 일에 상위 두 후보 사이의 결선 선거가 치러 졌을 것입니다. [1]

11 월 7 일 켐프는 48.7 %에 비해 50.3 %의 득표율로 아 브람스를 상대로 승리를 선언했으며, 자유당 후보 인 테드 메츠는 0.9 %로 둘 다 뒤처졌다. 다음날 아침, Kemp는 국무 장관직을 사임했습니다. [2] 2018 년 11 월 13 일, 미국 지방 법원 판사 인 Leigh Martin May미국 지방 법원의 Amy Totenberg 판사가 전날 투표를 집계하고 보존해야한다고 판결 한 후 귀넷 카운티 의 부재자 투표 거부로 인해 시민권 법을 위반했다고 판결했습니다. . [3] 11 월 16 일, 모든 카운티는 Kemp가 약 55,000 표를 앞세워 투표를 인증했습니다. [4]선거 인증 직후 Abrams는 선거 운동을 중단했습니다. 그녀는 Kemp 주지사 당선자에게 패배를 인정하기를 거부했지만, 그녀는 선거에서 이길 수 없음을 인정했습니다. [5] [6] 이것은 1966 년 이후 조지아에서 가장 가까운 주지사의 경주였습니다 . [7]

공화당 예비 선거

후보자

지명

유출에서 제거

기본에서 제거

철회

거부 됨

보증

케이시 케이 글
주지사
미국 상원 의원
미국 대표
주 상원 의원
주 대표
개인
조직
헌터 힐
미국 상원 의원
주 대표
미국 대표
클레이 팁핀
주 대표
마이클 윌리엄스
개인

첫 번째 라운드

투표

설문 조사 출처
관리 날짜
샘플
크기

오차 한계
케이시 케이
헌터
브라이언
켐프
클레이
팁핀
마이클
윌리엄스
다른 미정
의견에 정통한 2018 년 5 월 15 ~ 16 일 515 ± 4.3 % 31 % 14 % 20 % 12 % 5 % 4 % 15 %
SurveyUSA 2018 년 5 월 10 ~ 15 일 558 ± 5.1 % 35 % 10 % 17 % 8 % 삼% 27 %
조지아 대학교 2018 년 4 월 19 ~ 26 일 507 ± 4.4 % 41 % 9 % 10 % 4 % 삼% 1 % [45] 33 %
Meeting Street Research (조지아의 미래를위한 R-Citizens) 2018 년 3 월 1 일 및 3 ~ 4 일 500 ± 4.4 % 38 % 10 % 10 % 삼% 2 % 3 % [46] 35 %
Clarion Research (R-Hill) 2018 년 3 월 2 ~ 3 일 547 ± 4.5 % 48 % 21 % 15 % 8 % 7 %
메이슨-딕슨 2018 년 2 월 20 ~ 23 일 500 ± 4.5 % 27 % 11 % 13 % 12 % 5 % 1 % [47] 31 %
Meeting Street Research (조지아의 미래를위한 R-Citizens) 2018 년 2 월 6 ~ 7 일 500 ± 4.4 % 31 % 7 % 12 % 5 % 2 % 삼% 40 %
위 커스 그룹 (R-Kemp) 2017 년 10 월 21 ~ 24 일 400 ± 4.5 % 34 % 1% 13 % 0 % 1% 48 %
랜드 마크 / 로제타 스톤 2017 년 10 월 16 ~ 17 일 800 ± 3.5 % 35 % 9 % 7 % 1% 4 % 44 %
McLaughlin & Associates (R-Cagle) 2017 년 9 월 28 일 – 10 월 1 일 600 ± 4.0 % 41 % 4 % 12 % 2 % 삼% 39 %

결과

카운티 별 초기 1 차 결과 :
Cagle—50 ~ 60 %
Cagle—40 ~ 50 %
Cagle— <40 %
Kemp— <40 %
Kemp—40 ~ 50 %
언덕 — <40 %
넥타이
공화당 예비 선거 결과 [48] [49]
파티 후보자 투표 %
공화주의자 케이시 케이 글 236,987 38.95
공화주의자 브라이언 켐프 155,189 25.51
공화주의자 헌터 힐 111,464 18.32
공화주의자 클레이 팁핀 74,182 12.19
공화주의자 마이클 윌리엄스 29,619 4.87
공화주의자 에디 헤이즈 939 0.15
총 투표 608,380 100

유출

케이시 케이 글브라이언 켐프 는 5 월 22 일 예비 선거에서 두 후보 모두 득표율이 50 %를 넘지 않았기 때문에 7 월 24 일 결선에 진출했습니다. [50] 에 7 월 18 일 대통령 트럼프는 켐프에 대한지지를 트윗하고, 부사장 펜스 7월 (20)에 그와 함께 캠페인에 조지아 여행 [51]

투표

설문 조사 출처
관리 날짜
샘플
크기

오차 한계
케이시 케이
브라이언
켐프
미정
트라팔가 그룹 (R) 2018 년 7 월 21 ~ 22 일 1,177 ± 2.7 % 41 % 59 % 0 %
SurveyUSA 2018 년 7 월 15 ~ 19 일 688 ± 4.7 % 34 % 40 % 26 %
의견에 정통한 2018 년 7 월 17 ~ 18 일 466 ± 4.5 % 37 % 55 % 8 %
조지아 대학교 2018 년 7 월 5 ~ 12 일 769 ± 3.5 % 41 % 44 % 15 %
여론 전략 (R-Kemp) 2018 년 6 월 26 ~ 28 일 500 ± 4.0 % 45 % 45 %
Cygnal 2018 년 6 월 26 ~ 27 일 812 ± 3.4 % 44 % 43 % 14 %
로제타 스톤 2018 년 6 월 7 일 400 ± 4.9 % 48 % 41 % 12 %
McLaughlin & Associates (R-Cagle) 2018 년 5 월 29 ~ 31 일 500 ± 4.5 % 52 % 42 % 5 %
여론 전략 (R-Kemp) [ 영구적 인 데드 링크 ] 2018 년 5 월 29 ~ 31 일 600 ± 4.0 % 46 % 45 % 9 %

토론

날짜 위치 Kemp Cagle 링크
2018 년 7 월 6 일 오거스타 , 조지아 참가자 참가자 전체 토론 - 유튜브

결과

Brian Kemp 는 최근 여론 조사에서 그를 18 점 이하로 끌어 올렸음 에도 거의 40 점차로 결선에서 쉽게 승리했습니다. CagleMonroeStephens 두 카운티에서만 승리했습니다 . [52]

공화당 1 차 결선 결과 [53]
파티 후보자 투표 %
공화주의자 브라이언 켐프 408,595 69.45
공화주의자 케이시 케이 글 179,712 30.55
총 투표 588,307 100.0

민주당 예비 선거

후보자

지명

기본에서 제거

거부 됨

보증

스테이시 에이브람스
연방 정치인
주 전체 및 지역 정치인
개인
노동 조합
조직
웹 사이트 및 신문
스테이시 에반스
연방 정치인
주 전체 정치인
주 입법자
지역 정치인

투표

설문 조사 출처
관리 날짜
샘플
크기

오차 한계
스테이시
에이브람스
스테이시
에반스
미정
의견에 정통한 2018 년 5 월 15 ~ 16 일 522 ± 4.3 % 58 % 19 % 23 %
SurveyUSA 2018 년 5 월 10 ~ 15 일 475 ± 6.2 % 43 % 24 % 33 %
20/20 Insight (D-Evans) 2018 년 5 월 9 ~ 15 일 433 ± 5.4 % 42 % 34 % 25 %
조지아 대학교 2018 년 4 월 12 ~ 18 일 473 ± 4.5 % 33 % 15 % 52 %
메이슨-딕슨 2018 년 2 월 20 ~ 23 일 500 ± 4.5 % 29 % 17 % 54 %

결과

카운티 별 주요 결과 :
Abrams—80–90 %
Abrams—70–80 %
Abrams—60–70 %
Abrams—50 ~ 60 %
Evans—50 ~ 60 %
Evans—60 ~ 70 %
민주당 1 차 결과 [110]
파티 후보자 투표 %
민주주의 스테이시 에이브람스 424,305 76.44
민주주의 스테이시 에반스 130,784 23.56
총 투표 555,089 100.0

자유 주의적 기본

후보자

선언

철회

총선거

토론

날짜 위치 Kemp Abrams 메츠 링크
2018 년 10 월 23 일 애틀랜타 , 조지아 참가자 참가자 참가자 전체 토론 - C-SPAN
  • 두 번째 토론은 2018 년 11 월 4 일 (선거일 2 일 전)로 예정되어 있었지만 켐프가 도널드 트럼프 대통령 집회에 참석하기 위해 일정을 철회하자 취소됐다 . Kemp 캠페인은 다른 여러 날짜를 보냈지 만 Abrams 캠페인은 전체 일정으로 인해 거부되었습니다. [114]

예측

출처 순위 현재
쿡 정치 보고서 [115] 토스 업 2018 년 10 월 26 일
워싱턴 포스트 [116] 토스 업 2018 년 10 월 16 일
FiveThirtyEight [117] 린 R 2018 년 10 월 26 일
Rothenberg 정치 보고서 [118] 틸트 R 2018 년 10 월 12 일
Sabato의 수정 구슬 [119] 토스 업 2018 년 10 월 25 일
RealClearPolitics [120] 토스 업 2018 년 10 월 26 일
데일리 코스 [121] 토스 업 2018 년 10 월 26 일
폭스 뉴스 [122] [a] 토스 업 2018 년 10 월 26 일
폴리 티코 [123] 토스 업 2018 년 10 월 26 일
통치 [124] 토스 업 2018 년 10 월 22 일
메모
  1. ^ Fox News Midterm Power Rankings에는 안전 / 솔리드 레이스 카테고리가 포함되어 있지 않습니다.

보증

스테이시 에이브람스 (D)
전 미국 행정부 관리
연방 정치인
주 전체 및 지역 정치인
개인
노동 조합
조직
Websites and newspapers
Brian Kemp (R)
U.S. Executive Branch officials
U.S. Senators
U.S Representatives
State politicians
Organizations
Individuals
Newspapers

Polling

Graphical summary

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin
of error
Brian
Kemp (R)
Stacey
Abrams (D)
Ted
Metz (L)
Other Undecided
The Trafalgar Group (R) October 30 – November 3, 2018 2,171 ± 2.1% 52% 40% 4% 4%
20/20 Insight (D-Southern Majority) October 31 – November 2, 2018 614 ± 4.0% 46% 50% 1% 3%
Emerson College October 29–31, 2018 724 ± 3.7% 49% 47% 1% 2%
Cygnal (R) October 27–30, 2018 504 ± 4.4% 49% 47% 4% 0%
University of Georgia October 21–30, 2018 1,091 ± 3.0% 47% 47% 2% 5%
Opinion Savvy October 28–29, 2018 623 ± 3.9% 47% 48% 2% 3%
Opinion Savvy October 21–22, 2018 824 ± 3.4% 48% 48% 1% 3%
Marist College October 14–18, 2018 554 LV ± 4.8% 46% 45% 4% <1% 4%
49% 47% 1% 4%
864 RV ± 3.8% 44% 46% 4% <1% 6%
47% 47% 1% 5%
Ipsos October 4–11, 2018 1,088 ± 3.4% 47% 46% 2% 1% 4%
University of Georgia September 30 – October 9, 2018 1,232 ± 2.8% 48% 46% 2% 4%
SurveyUSA October 3–8, 2018 655 ± 4.9% 47% 45% 2% 6%
Public Policy Polling (D-Georgia Engaged) October 5–6, 2018 729 ± 3.0% 46% 46% 7%
Landmark Communications October 1, 2018 964 ± 3.2% 48% 46% 2% 3%
SurveyMonkey September 9–24, 2018 1,955 ± 3.0% 43% 43% 14%
Garin-Hart-Yang (D-Abrams) September 17–20, 2018 603 ± 4.1% 42% 48% 3% 7%
University of Georgia August 26 – September 4, 2018 1,020 ± 3.1% 45% 45% 2% 8%
Gravis Marketing July 27–29, 2018 650 ± 3.8% 44% 46% 10%
SurveyUSA July 15–19, 2018 1,199 ± 4.3% 46% 44% 10%
Garin-Hart-Yang (D-Abrams)[permanent dead link] May 23–25, 2018 601 ± 4.0% 40% 49%
Mason-Dixon February 20–23, 2018 625 ± 4.0% 37% 40% 23%

Results

2018 Georgia gubernatorial election[224]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Brian Kemp 1,978,408 50.22% -2.52%
Democratic Stacey Abrams 1,923,685 48.83% +3.95%
Libertarian Ted Metz 37,235 0.95% -1.41%
Write-in 81 0.00% -0.02%
Total votes 3,939,409 100.00% N/A
Republican hold

Results by county

All results from the office of the Secretary of State of Georgia.[225]

County Brian Kemp Stacey Abrams Ted Metz Total
votes
% # % # % #
Appling 79.72% 5,428 19.94% 1,358 0.34% 23 6,809
Atkinson 74.39% 1,876 25.26% 637 0.36% 9 2,522
Bacon 86.71% 3,321 12.77% 489 0.52% 20 3,830
Baker 58.24% 753 41.38% 535 0.39% 5 1,293
Baldwin 49.47% 7,735 49.84% 7,793 0.69% 108 15,636
Banks 89.75% 6,150 9.41% 645 0.83% 57 6,852
Barrow 73.57% 20,162 25.18% 6,900 1.25% 343 27,405
Bartow 76.09% 28,425 22.82% 8,524 1.10% 410 37,359
Ben Hill 63.80% 3,539 35.75% 1,983 0.45% 25 5,547
Berrien 85.00% 5,314 14.40% 900 0.61% 38 6,252
Bibb 38.27% 23,225 61.07% 37,066 0.66% 401 60,692
Bleckley 78.52% 3,816 20.62% 1,002 0.86% 42 4,860
Brantley 91.29% 5,198 8.10% 461 0.61% 35 5,694
Brooks 61.36% 3,511 38.24% 2,188 0.40% 23 5,722
Bryan 70.12% 10,507 28.78% 4,313 1.10% 165 14,985
Bulloch 62.69% 14,848 36.44% 8,630 0.87% 205 23,683
Burke 50.57% 4,410 48.95% 4,269 0.48% 42 8,721
Butts 71.74% 6,358 27.65% 2,451 0.61% 54 8,863
Calhoun 42.65% 810 57.08% 1,084 0.26% 5 1,899
Camden 65.29% 11,139 33.57% 5,727 1.14% 195 17,061
Candler 72.34% 2,560 27.21% 963 0.45% 16 3,539
Carroll 69.79% 29,204 29.11% 12,180 1.10% 459 41,843
Catoosa 79.47% 18,881 19.32% 4,590 1.21% 287 23,758
Charlton 75.08% 2,534 24.36% 822 0.56% 19 3,375
Chatham 40.01% 41,425 58.97% 61,059 1.02% 1,059 103,543
Chattahoochee 54.57% 603 44.71% 494 0.72% 8 1,105
Chattooga 79.85% 5,936 19.44% 1,445 0.71% 53 7,434
Cherokee 72.08% 76,700 26.36% 28,047 1.56% 1,664 106,411
Clarke 28.56% 12,365 70.27% 30,427 1.18% 510 43,402
Clay 45.19% 536 54.13% 642 0.67% 8 1,186
Clayton 11.79% 10,868 87.81% 80,971 0.40% 373 92,212
Clinch 76.04% 1,717 23.65% 534 0.31% 7 2,258
Cobb 44.53% 138,852 54.12% 168,767 1.35% 4,195 311,814
Coffee 70.78% 8,929 28.78% 3,630 0.44% 56 12,615
Colquitt 75.83% 9,830 23.56% 3,054 0.61% 79 12,963
Columbia 66.44% 40,947 32.49% 20,023 1.08% 664 61,634
Cook 70.93% 4,116 28.73% 1,667 0.34% 20 5,803
Coweta 69.69% 40,471 29.12% 16,908 1.19% 692 58,071
Crawford 72.86% 3,595 26.39% 1,302 0.75% 37 4,934
Crisp 63.05% 4,445 36.55% 2,577 0.40% 28 7,050
Dade 82.53% 4,508 16.18% 884 1.28% 70 5,462
Dawson 85.94% 9,953 13.12% 1,519 0.94% 109 11,581
Decatur 60.05% 5,492 39.53% 3,615 0.43% 39 9,146
DeKalb 15.64% 48,923 83.47% 261,042 0.89% 2,776 312,741
Dodge 73.93% 5,220 25.73% 1,817 0.34% 24 7,061
Dooly 52.73% 2,001 46.96% 1,782 0.32% 12 3,795
Dougherty 29.69% 9,330 69.94% 21,980 0.37% 115 31,425
Douglas 39.35% 21,744 59.82% 33,053 0.83% 458 55,255
Early 55.26% 2,285 44.50% 1,840 0.24% 10 4,135
Echols 88.19% 1,008 11.02% 126 0.79% 9 1,143
Effingham 76.89% 17,969 22.01% 5,145 1.10% 257 23,371
Elbert 69.73% 5,152 29.70% 2,194 0.57% 42 7,388
Emanuel 69.98% 5,400 29.52% 2,278 0.49% 38 7,716
Evans 69.39% 2,392 30.17% 1,040 0.44% 15 3,447
Fannin 82.96% 9,306 16.13% 1,809 0.92% 103 11,218
Fayette 56.03% 32,497 42.75% 24,796 1.22% 705 57,998
Floyd 71.10% 21,569 27.84% 8,445 1.07% 324 30,338
Forsyth 70.57% 65,845 27.97% 26,092 1.46% 1,361 93,298
Franklin 86.54% 7,051 12.71% 1,036 0.75% 61 8,148
Fulton 26.66% 112,991 72.34% 306,589 0.99% 4,208 423,788
Gilmer 83.70% 10,471 15.32% 1,917 0.98% 122 12,510
Glascock 91.39% 1,189 8.22% 107 0.38% 5 1,301
Glynn 63.54% 20,743 35.64% 11,636 0.82% 269 32,648
Gordon 81.93% 14,586 17.11% 3,046 0.97% 172 17,804
Grady 67.30% 5,633 32.31% 2,704 0.39% 33 8,370
Greene 65.10% 5,856 34.39% 3,093 0.51% 46 8,995
Gwinnett 42.23% 132,998 56.55% 178,097 1.21% 3,823 314,918
Habersham 83.51% 12,944 15.59% 2,417 0.90% 139 15,500
Hall 73.35% 49,442 25.50% 17,187 1.15% 777 67,406
Hancock 24.58% 872 75.14% 2,666 0.28% 10 3,548
Haralson 87.65% 9,278 11.52% 1,219 0.83% 88 10,585
Harris 74.03% 11,834 25.15% 4,021 0.82% 131 15,986
Hart 76.60% 7,370 22.64% 2,178 0.77% 74 9,622
Heard 83.21% 3,374 16.13% 654 0.67% 27 4,055
Henry 41.97% 41,364 57.31% 56,485 0.72% 709 98,558
Houston 57.93% 34,314 41.12% 24,358 0.95% 560 59,232
Irwin 75.83% 2,701 23.89% 851 0.28% 10 3,562
Jackson 81.60% 21,950 17.38% 4,674 1.02% 275 26,899
Jasper 74.52% 4,430 24.96% 1,484 0.52% 31 5,945
Jeff Davis 82.64% 3,979 16.91% 814 0.46% 22 4,815
Jefferson 46.95% 3,177 52.67% 3,564 0.38% 26 6,767
Jenkins 64.66% 1,857 34.96% 1,004 0.38% 11 2,872
Johnson 72.47% 2,524 27.22% 948 0.32% 11 3,483
Jones 67.82% 8,438 31.65% 3,938 0.52% 65 12,441
Lamar 69.39% 5,105 29.84% 2,195 0.77% 57 7,357
Lanier 71.24% 1,910 28.42% 762 0.34% 9 2,681
Laurens 65.87% 12,484 33.64% 6,375 0.49% 93 18,952
Lee 74.66% 10,120 24.76% 3,356 0.58% 79 13,555
Liberty 36.16% 5,557 63.09% 9,696 0.75% 115 15,368
Lincoln 69.44% 2,756 29.93% 1,188 0.63% 25 3,969
Long 64.81% 2,591 34.29% 1,371 0.90% 36 3,998
Lowndes 57.30% 20,488 42.02% 15,024 0.67% 241 35,753
Lumpkin 79.23% 9,157 19.28% 2,228 1.50% 173 11,558
Macon 36.90% 1,556 62.89% 2,652 0.21% 9 4,217
Madison 78.48% 9,181 20.67% 2,418 0.85% 100 11,699
Marion 63.87% 1,872 35.38% 1,037 0.75% 22 2,931
McDuffie 60.54% 5,323 38.98% 3,427 0.48% 42 8,792
McIntosh 59.50% 3,218 39.96% 2,161 0.54% 29 5,408
Meriwether 58.88% 5,093 40.47% 3,501 0.65% 56 8,650
Miller 77.88% 1,803 21.68% 502 0.43% 10 2,315
Mitchell 56.16% 4,187 43.53% 3,245 0.31% 23 7,455
Monroe 71.94% 9,308 27.18% 3,516 0.88% 114 12,938
Montgomery 76.13% 2,686 23.27% 821 0.60% 21 3,528
Morgan 71.22% 6,807 27.99% 2,675 0.80% 76 9,558
Murray 85.76% 9,512 13.43% 1,489 0.81% 90 11,091
Muscogee 38.48% 24,348 60.79% 38,462 0.73% 462 63,272
Newton 45.08% 19,449 54.27% 23,412 0.65% 280 43,141
Oconee 69.80% 14,480 29.00% 6,015 1.20% 249 20,744
Oglethorpe 70.44% 4,568 28.48% 1,847 1.08% 70 6,485
Paulding 66.53% 40,784 32.56% 19,959 0.92% 562 61,305
Peach 52.01% 5,432 47.54% 4,966 0.45% 47 10,445
Pickens 84.80% 11,331 14.23% 1,901 0.97% 130 13,362
Pierce 88.95% 6,123 10.72% 738 0.33% 23 6,884
Pike 85.71% 7,322 13.63% 1,164 0.67% 57 8,543
Polk 79.13% 10,177 20.12% 2,588 0.75% 96 12,861
Pulaski 69.77% 2,527 29.79% 1,079 0.44% 16 3,622
Putnam 71.82% 6,704 27.63% 2,579 0.56% 52 9,335
Quitman 55.53% 522 43.62% 410 0.85% 8 940
Rabun 80.01% 6,063 18.84% 1,428 1.15% 87 7,578
Randolph 45.07% 1,257 54.43% 1,518 0.50% 14 2,789
Richmond 31.47% 22,076 67.75% 47,531 0.78% 548 70,155
Rockdale 31.93% 11,703 67.45% 24,725 0.62% 227 36,655
Schley 80.96% 1,565 18.26% 353 0.78% 15 1,933
Screven 60.36% 3,268 39.36% 2,131 0.28% 15 5,414
Seminole 66.59% 2,149 32.88% 1,061 0.53% 17 3,227
Spalding 61.17% 14,937 37.92% 9,258 0.91% 222 24,417
Stephens 80.62% 7,326 18.62% 1,692 0.76% 69 9,087
Stewart 41.78% 760 57.89% 1,053 0.33% 6 1,819
Sumter 48.78% 5,149 50.78% 5,360 0.45% 47 10,556
Talbot 39.51% 1,167 59.75% 1,765 0.74% 22 2,954
Taliaferro 38.00% 350 61.67% 568 0.33% 3 921
Tattnall 76.32% 5,073 23.12% 1,537 0.56% 37 6,647
Taylor 62.81% 2,069 36.58% 1,205 0.61% 20 3,294
Telfair 66.77% 2,425 32.79% 1,191 0.44% 16 3,632
Terrell 45.70% 1,800 53.95% 2,125 0.36% 14 3,939
Thomas 61.22% 10,557 38.29% 6,602 0.49% 85 17,244
Tift 69.65% 9,523 29.77% 4,070 0.59% 80 13,673
Toombs 74.75% 6,623 24.84% 2,201 0.41% 36 8,860
Towns 81.69% 5,009 17.37% 1,065 0.95% 58 6,132
Treutlen 68.86% 1,800 30.83% 806 0.31% 8 2,614
Troup 60.77% 14,533 38.55% 9,218 0.68% 162 23,913
Turner 62.98% 2,062 36.65% 1,200 0.37% 12 3,274
Twiggs 52.72% 1,999 46.84% 1,776 0.45% 17 3,792
Union 83.43% 9,899 15.61% 1,852 0.96% 114 11,865
Upson 66.83% 7,063 32.58% 3,443 0.59% 62 10,568
Walker 80.97% 17,400 17.86% 3,838 1.17% 252 21,490
Walton 76.88% 29,742 22.43% 8,679 0.69% 265 38,686
Ware 71.66% 7,894 27.84% 3,067 0.50% 55 11,016
Warren 46.57% 1,053 53.07% 1,200 0.35% 8 2,261
Washington 50.53% 4,128 49.11% 4,012 0.36% 29 8,169
Wayne 80.15% 8,120 19.15% 1,940 0.70% 71 10,131
Webster 59.91% 659 40.00% 440 0.09% 1 1,100
Wheeler 71.05% 1,372 28.74% 555 0.21% 4 1,931
White 84.51% 9,667 14.40% 1,647 1.09% 125 11,439
Whitfield 72.30% 19,758 26.80% 7,323 0.90% 246 27,327
Wilcox 73.32% 2,064 26.47% 745 0.21% 6 2,815
Wilkes 58.90% 2,578 40.53% 1,774 0.57% 25 4,377
Wilkinson 55.64% 2,373 44.01% 1,877 0.35% 15 4,265
Worth 75.39% 5,915 24.14% 1,894 0.47% 37 7,846

Voter demographics

Edison Research exit poll
Demographic subgroup Abrams Kemp No
Answer
% of
Voters
Gender
Men 46 52 2 46
Women 51 49 N/A 54
Age
18–24 years old 60 38 2 9
25–29 years old 72 26 2 5
30–39 years old 61 38 1 15
40–49 years old 49 50 1 19
50–64 years old 41 58 1 29
65 and older 40 60 N/A 22
Race
White 25 74 1 60
Black 93 6 1 30
Latino 62 37 1 5
Asian N/A N/A N/A 2
Other N/A N/A N/A 3
Race by gender
White men 25 73 2 28
White women 25 75 N/A 32
Black men 88 11 1 14
Black women 97 2 1 16
Latino men N/A N/A N/A 2
Latina women N/A N/A N/A 3
Others 54 44 2 5
Education
High school or less 38 61 1 30
Some college education 50 48 2 25
Associate degree 51 48 1 12
Bachelor's degree 54 45 1 21
Advanced degree 60 39 1 12
Education and race
White college graduates 40 59 1 22
White no college degree 17 82 1 39
Non-white college graduates 85 14 1 12
Non-white no college degree 84 15 1 28
Whites by education and gender
White women with college degrees 43 57 N/A 11
White women without college degrees 16 83 1 21
White men with college degrees 38 61 1 11
White men without college degrees 17 81 2 17
Non-whites 84 15 1 40
Income
Under $30,000 65 34 1 20
$30,000–49,999 38 60 2 20
$50,000–99,999 43 57 N/A 35
$100,000–199,999 41 58 1 18
Over $200,000 N/A N/A N/A 7
Party ID
Democrats 97 2 1 33
Republicans 3 97 N/A 38
Independents 54 44 2 28
Party by gender
Democratic men 96 3 1 12
Democratic women 98 2 n/a 21
Republican men 3 97 N/A 17
Republican women 3 97 N/A 21
Independent men 55 42 3 17
Independent women 53 45 2 12
Ideology
Liberals 88 11 1 20
Moderates 63 36 1 38
Conservatives 16 83 1 42
Marital status
Married 33 66 1 55
Unmarried 63 36 1 45
Gender by marital status
Married men 29 68 3 25
Married women 34 65 1 30
Unmarried men 58 41 1 21
Unmarried women 69 31 N/A 24
First-time midterm election voter
Yes 53 46 1 18
No 48 50 2 82
Most important issue facing the country
Health care 79 20 1 34
Immigration 9 90 1 32
Economy 43 57 N/A 23
Gun policy N/A N/A N/A 9
Area type
Urban 70 29 1 22
Suburban 43 56 1 63
Rural 42 58 N/A 15
Source: CNN[226]

Electoral controversies

Kemp retained his office as Georgia Secretary of State throughout the campaign, leading to allegations of a conflict of interest for overseeing an election in which Kemp himself was a candidate. During the campaign, he was called upon by former President and former Governor of Georgia Jimmy Carter[227] and the Georgia chapters of the NAACP and Common Cause, to resign. Kemp refused to do so[228] until after he claimed victory, two days following the election. Kemp also accused the state Democratic Party of hacking into the state's voter database a few days before the election; however, an email released shortly after the accusation was made showed the party warning election security experts, highlighting "massive" vulnerabilities within the state's My Voter Page and its online voter registration system, not an attempt to hack the database, as Kemp had claimed.[229]

Irregularities in voter registration occurred prior to the day of the election: over 300,000 people were wrongly flagged by the state as being ineligible to vote,[230] and 53,000 voter registrations were delayed by Kemp's office without adequately notifying the applicants.[231] These irregularities, which disproportionately affected black voters, resulted in allegations that Kemp was using voter suppression to increase his chances of winning the contest.[231] Georgia election officials responded to these allegations by stating that any voter flagged for irregularities could still vote, receiving a regular ballot (not a provisional ballot), by providing ID at a valid polling place, as is required of all voters by state law.[232] Concerning the question of why the pending registration status mattered if those voters could vote normally at the polls, critics claimed that learning of this status might discourage those voters from turning out to the polls at all.[233]

On November 16, Abrams announced that she was ending her campaign. She emphasized that her statement was not a concession, because "concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true, or proper", but acknowledged that she could not close the gap with Kemp to force a runoff.[6] In addition, her campaign filed a lawsuit against the state of Georgia and created an organization called Fair Fight Georgia.

An investigation by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution found "no evidence ... of systematic malfeasance – or of enough tainted votes to force a runoff election".[234]

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