What you need to know about Georgia’s 6th District election to replace HHS Tom Price – Today is the special election to fill Georgia’s 6th Congressional District seat, which was vacated when Tom Price became the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. Here are five fast facts you need to know.
Eighteen candidates, including the ones seen in this compilation of campaign advertisements, are running in Georgia’s 6th congressional district special election on April 18. Democrats believe they have a shot, based on the fundraising success of Jon Ossoff, who’s leading in polls. Alex Sanz/AP
Please click on your county below to view your sample ballot.
Cobb- (Within Senate District 32)
Cobb- (Not in Senate District 32)
Cobb- (Within Senate District 32, not in 6th Congressional District)
DeKalb- (6th Congressional District Only)
Fulton- (Within Senate District 32)
Fulton- (Not in Senate District 32)
Fulton- (Within Senate District 32, not in 6th Congressional District)
Click HERE to view a map of Senate District 32.
Click HERE to view a map of the 6th Congressional District.
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