2010 Georgia General Assembly Elections

2010 Georgia General Assembly Elections

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ChaCha

Douglasville, GA

#1 May 2, 2010
Following are the candidates for the Georgia General Assembly (Senate and House) primary election on July 20:

Georgia Senate seats that include portions of Douglas County:

District 30 - These candidates are unopposed in the primary and will face off in November.
Democrat - Pat Rhudy sites(dot)google(dot)com/site/ electpatrhudy/home
Republican - Bill Hamrick  (Incumbent)

District 35 - There is no Republican running, so whoever wins the primary will be the winner in November. If none of these candidates get 50% of the vote +1 in the primary, the top 2 finishers will have a runoff in August.
Democrats-
Donzella James (incumbent) donzellajamesforsenate(dot)com
Roberta Cooper electrobertacooper(dot)com
Torrey O. Johnson

Georgia House of Representatives seats that include portions of Douglas County:

District 63-
Democrat - Tyrone Brooks (incumbent) unopposed in the primary and in the November general election

District 64-
Democrat - Roger Bruce (incumbent) unopposed in the primary and in the November general election

District 67- These candidates are unopposed in the primary and will face off in November.
Democrat - Kimberly Alexander
Republican - Bill Hembree (incumbent)

District 68-
Republican - Tim Bearden (incumbent) unopposed in the primary and in the November general election

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#2 May 2, 2010
ChaCha, you absolutely ROCK!!!!!
ChaCha

Douglasville, GA

#3 May 2, 2010
Synergy wrote:
ChaCha, you absolutely ROCK!!!!!
agreed.

LOL
ChaCha

Douglasville, GA

#4 May 9, 2010
Website for Torrey O. Johnson: torreyofor2010(dot)com
ChaCha

Douglasville, GA

#5 Jul 5, 2010
As you can see, the only one of these seats that has any competition in the primary is senate district 35.
This district encompasses eastern Douglas and southern Fulton counties.
This seat was formerly held by Kasim Reed, who resigned to run for mayor of Atkanta.
A special election was held last year to fill his unexpired term.
Nine candidates (all Democrats) ran in the special election, with the top two finishers facing each other in a run-off in December.
Those two were Donzella James and Torrey O. Johnson.
Donzella James won and is now the incumbent.
She is running for re-election this year and Torrey O. Johnson is challenging her again this year.
The third candidate is Roberta Cooper, who has not run for office before.

All three candidates live in southern Fulton County.
ChaCha

Douglasville, GA

#6 Jul 5, 2010
oops, Atkanta should be Atlanta
ChaCha

United States

#7 Jul 21, 2010
The primaries are over and these are the matchups for November:

Senate district 30 will have Pat Rhudy facing Bill Hamrick (I)
House district 67 will have Kimberly Alexander facing Bill Hembree (I)

The following incumbents are unopposed in November:
Senate district 35 Donzella James
House district 63 Tyrone Brooks
House district 64 Roger Bruce
House district 68 Tim Bearden

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