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Georgia Secretary of State - Elections Division
2002 Georgia Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 8/20/02,
List of State Parties,
Governor, 53% in '98, 1st term,
Roy Eugene Barnes (D), St. Sen. Sonny Perdue (R) 50.9%, St. School Super. Linda Covington Schrenko (R) 28.0%, Co. Comm'r Bill Byrnes (R) 21.1%, consultant Garrett Michael Hayes (L), attorney Nannette D. Garrett (G), environmental activist Sam Hay (I),
Lt. Governor,
Mark Fletcher Taylor (D), St. Sen. Mike Beatty (R) 44.7%, St. Rep. Steve Stancil (R) 43.6%, 2000 PSC nominee / mediator Albert "Al" Bartell (R) 11.6%, technician / '00 GOP Congressional candidate Herbert F. "Herbie" Galloway, III (L), Hugh Esco (G),
Secretary of State,
Cathy Cox (D), dentist David A. Mays (D) removed from ballot, consultant Charlie Bailey (R) 47.1%, attorney Vernadette Ramirez Broyles (R) 26.6%, st. GOP vice chair / insurance broker Jerry Wyatt (R) 26.3%, Michael "Mike" Pitts (L),
Attorney General,
Thurbert Baker (D), attorney Shannon Goessling (R), Patricia Lucyshyn (L),
Superintendent of Schools, Linda Covington Schrenko (R) running for Gov.,
'92 Congressional nominee / teacher union leader / ex-principal Barbara Christmas (D) 38.3%, '98 nominee / businessman / Ex-Atlanta Board of Education President Joseph G. "Joe" Martin (D) 24.0%, prof. Theresa Bey (D) 13.9%, dept. St. School Superintendent Peyton Williams, Jr. (D) 10.2%, teacher Phyllis E. Lowther Turner (D) 9.2%, assistant principal Larry Wayne McNorton (D) 4.4%, St. Rep. / teacher Kathy Cox (R) 71.9%, St. Rep. Mitchell Kaye (R) 28.1%, Lynn Krogseng (L), businesswomen / ex-teacher Regina Etheridge (G),
Insurance Commissioner,
securities broker / ex-teacher Lois N. Cohen (D) 61.4%, retired businessman / consultant William Randy Murray (D) 38.6%, John Weimann Oxendine (R), Helmut Forren (L),
Agriculture Commissioner,
Thomas T. "Tommy" Irvin (D), farmer Deanna "Dee" Dee Strickland (R), Doug Morton (L), '98 Labor Comm'r. nominee Kerrie Dickson (G),
Labor Commissioner,
Michael Thurmond (D) 70.8%, consultant John Frank Collins (D) 29.2%, ex-Dep. St. Labor Com'r. Richard McGee (R) 52.0%, businessman Brent Brown (R) 48.0%, William Costa (L),
Public Service Commissioner
Lauren "Bubba" McDonald, Jr. (D), employment recruiter Angela Elizabeth Speir (R), Joseph Bommarito (L), Frank Jeffers (G),
Public Service Commissioner
Earleen W. Sizemore (D), real estate appraiser / St. Rep. H. Doug Everett (R), James W. "Jimmy" Harris (L),
Senator, 48.8% in '96, 1st term,
Max Cleland (D), U.S. Rep. C. Saxby Chambliss (R) 59.9%, St. Rep. Robert "Bob" Irvin (R) 28.3%, rancher Robert "Bob" Brown, Jr. (R) 11.8%, technology exec. Sandy Thomas (L),
1st Congressional District, 69.1% in '00 & 5th term for Kingston, 58.9% in '00 & 4th term for Chambliss who is running for U.S. Senate,
attorney / '00 candidate Don Smart (D), U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston (R), attorney / '00 Democratic nominee Joyce Marie Briggs (G),
2nd Congressional District, 53.6% in '00, 5th term
Sanford D. Bishop Jr. (D), No Republican businessman Ronnie Thomson (L),
new 3rd Congressional District
ex-Macon Mayor / 2000 Congressional nominee James "Jim" Marshall (D) 53.9%, attorney Charles W. "Chuck" Byrd (D) 32.9%, dentist Joe N. Lester (D) 11.4%, realtor / community activist Sig Dayan (D) 1.7%, Bibb Co. Comm'r. Calder Clay, III (R),
4th Congressional District, 60.9% in '00, 5th term
ex-State Court Judge Denise Majette (D) 57.9%, Cynthia A. McKinney (D) 42.1%, homemaker Cynthia Van Auken (R) 38.4%, human resources manager Catherine Davis (R) 34.0%, businesswoman Barbara Brunner Pereira (R) 27.6%, retiree Joseph "Joe" A. Tucker (R) removed from ballot,
5th Congressional District, 76.6% in '00, 8th term
John Lewis (D), No Republican
6th Congressional District, 74.5% in '00, 2nd term,
real estate agent Jeff Weisberger (D), Johnny Isakson (R),
new 7th Congressional District, 55.3% in '00 & 4th term for Barr, unopposed in '00 & 5th term for Linder,
attorney Michael R. Berlon (D), U.S. Rep. John Linder (R) 66.1%, U.S. Rep. Bob Barr (R) 33.9%, businesswomen / '90 Gov. nominee Carole Ann Rand (L),videographer Al Herman (G),
8th Congressional District, 63.5% in '00, 5th term,
IT consultant Angelos Petrakopoulos (D), Michael A "Mac" Collins (R), activist Gary Holder (L),
new 9th Congressional District, 63.2% in '00, 4th term,
attorney / goat farmer Barry Gordon Irwin (D), Charlie Norwood, Jr. (R) 81.4%, businessman Lee Dickerson (R) 18.6%, software engineer Chad Elwartowski (L),
new 10th Congressional District, 75.2% in '00, 5th term
No Democrat Nathan Deal (R),
new 11th Congressional District,
liquor distributor / '00 nominee Roger Kahn (D) 52.0%, ex-U.S. Rep. / attorney George W. "Buddy" Darden (D) 48.0%, St. Sen. J. Phillip "Phil" Gingrey (R) 39.4%, Mercer Univ. assoc. provost Cecil Staton (R) 32.7%, airline pilot Robert "Bob" Herriott (R) 27.9%, consultant Wayne Parker (L),
12th Congressional District
Georgia Will Gain Two Congressional Districts Due to Reapportionment
Charles "Champ" Walker Jr. (D) 33.1%, St. Rep. Ben Allen (D) 13.6%, attorney / '92 Congressional nominee Tony Center (D) 13.2%, congressional aide Merwyn Scott (D) 11.0%, 1992 candidate / attorney Chuck Pardue (D) 10.6%, attorney Robert D. Finch (D) 10.6%, '98 & '00 nominee / minister Marion "Denise" Spencer-Freeman (D) 7.9%, ex-Screven Co. Comm'r. / prof. Max Burns (R) 50.5%, radio talk show host Barbara Dooley (R) 49.5%,
13th Congressional District
Georgia Will Gain Two Congressional Districts Due to Reapportionment
St. Sen. David Scott (D) 54.6%, St. Sen. Greg K. Hecht (D) 18.5%, 1990 Congressional nominee / st. Dem. chair David Worley (D) 13.5%, St. Sen. Donzella J. James (D) 11.5%, business consultant Embry Malone (D) 1.9%, businessman Clay Cox (R),
2002 Georgia Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Run-off:
9/10/02
Lt. Governor,
Mark Fletcher Taylor (D), St. Rep. Steve Stancil (R) 50.6%, St. Sen. Mike Beatty (R) 49.4%, technician / '00 GOP Congressional candidate Herbert F. "Herbie" Galloway, III (L), Hugh Esco (G),
Secretary of State,
Cathy Cox (D), consultant Charlie Bailey (R) 59.9%, attorney Vernadette Ramirez Broyles (R) 40.1%, Michael "Mike" Pitts (L),
Superintendent of Schools, Linda Covington Schrenko (R) defeated in Gov. Primary,
'92 Congressional nominee / teacher union leader / ex-principal Barbara Christmas (D) 61.6%, '98 nominee / businessman / Ex-Atlanta Board of Education President Joseph G. "Joe" Martin (D) 38.4%, St. Rep. / teacher Kathy Cox (R), Lynn Krogseng (L), businesswomen / ex-teacher Regina Etheridge (G),
4th Congressional District,
ex-State Court Judge Denise Majette (D), homemaker Cynthia Van Auken (R) 61.3%, human resources manager Catherine Davis (R) 38.7%,
new 11th Congressional District,
liquor distributor / '00 nominee Roger Kahn (D), St. Sen. J. Phillip "Phil" Gingrey (R) 63.6%, Mercer Univ. assoc. provost Cecil Staton (R) 36.4%, consultant Wayne Parker (L),
12th Congressional District
Georgia Will Gain Two Congressional Districts Due to Reapportionment
Charles "Champ" Walker Jr. (D) 54.2%, St. Rep. Ben Allen (D) 45.8%, ex-Screven Co. Comm'r. / prof. Max Burns (R),

1. Key to Georgia Political Parties:
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party


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