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2000 Georgia Democratic Presidential Primary Results
March 7, 2000
Al Gore 83.8%
Bill Bradley 16.2%

2000 Georgia Republican Presidential Primary Results
March 7, 2000
George W. Bush 66.8%
John McCain 27.9%
Alan Keyes 4.6%
Gary Bauer 0.3%
Steve Forbes 0.3%
Orrin Hatch 0.1%

2000 Georgia Congressional Primary Results
July, 18, 2000
1st Congressional District
attorney Joyce Marie Griggs (D) 50.5%, attorney Don Smart (D) 49.5%, Jack Kingston (R)
2nd Congressional District
Sanford D. Bishop Jr. (D) '98 candidate Dylan C. Glenn (R)
3rd Congressional District
school teacher Gail Notti (D) 67.8%, Dr. / professor Jagidsh P. Agrawal (D) 32.2%, Michael A "Mac" Collins (R) 89.4%, maintenance technician Herb "Herbie" Galloway (R) 10.6%,
4th Congressional District
Cynthia A. McKinney (D) veteran / '98 nominee Sunny J. Warren (R) 67.6%, Dean Parkinson (R) 32.4%, Paul Jennison (L), garment worker Paul Cornish (SW, WI),
5th Congressional District
John Lewis (D) architect Hank Schwab (R) textile worker Dan Fein (SW, WI)
6th Congressional District
salesman Brett DeHart (D) Johnny Isakson (R) Alan Leigh Baier (I)
7th Congressional District
liquor distributor Roger Kahn (D) 47.2%, '98 nominee / ex-co. comm'r. / insurance broker James F. "Jim" Williams (D) 30.3%, Nat'l Assoc. of Gov't. Employees VP Chip Warren (D) 22.5%, Bob Barr (R)
8th Congressional District
Macon Mayor James "Jim" Marshall (D) C. Saxby Chambliss (R)
9th Congressional District
James Harrington (D) Nathan Deal (R)
10th Congressional District
'98 nominee / minister Marion "Denise" Spencer-Freeman (D) Charlie Norwood, Jr. (R)
11th Congressional District
No Democrat John Linder (R) 86.6%, '98 Democratic nominee / businessman Vincent Littman (R) 13.4%
2000 Georgia Congressional Primary Run-Off Results
August 8, 2000
7th Congressional District
liquor distributor Roger Kahn (D) 67.0%, '98 nominee / ex-co. comm'r. / insurance broker James F. "Jim" Williams (D) 33.0%, Bob Barr (R)

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Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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