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Senate District 46

A look at the candidates running for Senate District 46. All statements, answers, and information found within the 159 Georgia Together voter guide were collected via an electronic survey. Due to the sheer volume of information collected and the number of candidates that submitted survey data, all of the information presented in the guide is verbatim per the input from the survey participants (including any spelling or grammatical errors).

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Senate District 29

A look at the candidates running for Senate District 29. All statements, answers, and information found within the 159 Georgia Together voter guide were collected via an electronic survey. Due to the sheer volume of information collected and the number of candidates that submitted survey data, all of the information presented in the guide is verbatim per the input from the survey participants (including any spelling or grammatical errors).

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Senate District 43

A look at the candidates running for Senate District 43. All statements, answers, and information found within the 159 Georgia Together voter guide were collected via an electronic survey. Due to the sheer volume of information collected and the number of candidates that submitted survey data, all of the information presented in the guide is verbatim per the input from the survey participants (including any spelling or grammatical errors).

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Senate District 21

A look at the candidates running for Senate District 21. All statements, answers, and information found within the 159 Georgia Together voter guide were collected via an electronic survey. Due to the sheer volume of information collected and the number of candidates that submitted survey data, all of the information presented in the guide is verbatim per the input from the survey participants (including any spelling or grammatical errors).

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Senate District 14

A look at Senate District 14 candidates. All statements, answers, and information found within the 159 Georgia Together voter guide were collected via an electronic survey. Due to the sheer volume of information collected and the number of candidates that submitted survey data, all of the information presented in the guide is verbatim per the input from the survey participants (including any spelling or grammatical errors).

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Senate District 32

A look at Senate District 32 candidates. All statements, answers, and information found within the 159 Georgia Together voter guide were collected via an electronic survey. Due to the sheer volume of information collected and the number of candidates that submitted survey data, all of the information presented in the guide is verbatim per the input from the survey participants (including any spelling or grammatical errors).

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Senate District 1

A look at Senate District 1 candidates. All statements, answers, and information found within the 159 Georgia Together voter guide were collected via an electronic survey. Due to the sheer volume of information collected and the number of candidates that submitted survey data, all of the information presented in the guide is verbatim per the input from the survey participants (including any spelling or grammatical errors).

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Senate District 54

A look at Senate District 54 candidates. All statements, answers, and information found within the 159 Georgia Together voter guide were collected via an electronic survey. Due to the sheer volume of information collected and the number of candidates that submitted survey data, all of the information presented in the guide is verbatim per the input from the survey participants (including any spelling or grammatical errors).

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Senate District 6

In 2012, Republican Hunter Hill defeated incumbent Democrat Doug Stoner by a relatively narrow margin following Republican gerrymandering in 2011. In 2017 Hill resigned his seat to run for the Republican nomination for governor. In the initial special election in 2017, Republican candidates won 50.7 percent of the total vote, but the top two finishers were both Democrats (Jen Jordan and Jaha Howard). Hillary Clinton won this district by 15 percentage points. 

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Senate District 23

Incumbent Republican Jesse Stone has held this seat since 2010. Before that, he was mayor of Waynesboro. He’s an attorney and has been regularly endorsed by the NRA. Along with tax reform, he identifies second amendment issues as among his highest priorities. Among other positions, he’s Chair of the Judiciary Committee. 

 

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Senate District 48

Republican David Shafer (R) held this seat for three terms. He ran unopposed in both general and  primary elections in 2012, 2014 and 2016. He served as Senate president pro tem, the second highest ranking leadership position in the Senate. His seat is vacant in 2018 as Shafer launches candidacy for Lt. Governor.

 

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