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Georgia Secretary of State - Elections Division
2004 Georgia Presidential Primary Results
Presidential Primary: 3/2/04, Filing Deadline: 4/30/04, Presidential Filing Deadline: 7/13/04, Primary: 7/20/04, Runoff: 8/10/04, General Election Run-off: 11/23/04,
Last Updated: February 14, 2004
List of State Parties
President, 54.7% in '00, 1st term, Polls
U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry (D) 46.7%,
U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D) 41.5%, Rev. Alfred C. "Al" Sharpton (D) 6.2%, ex-Gov. Howard Dean (D) 1.8%, U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D) 1.2%, U.S. Sen. Joseph L. Lieberman (D) 0.9%, ex-NATO commander General Wesley K. Clark (retired) (D) 0.7%, ex-U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley-Braun (D) 0.6%, U.S. Rep. Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt (D) 0.4%,
George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) Libertarian Party Nominee
Public Service Commissioner,
self-employed Mac Barber (D) 71.6%, attorney Michael R. Bertlon (D) 28.3%, Robert B. "Bobby" Baker, Jr. (R) 74.7%, Roger "Bulldozer" Dozier (R) 17.1%, cpa Terry Taschwer (R) 8.2%,
Senator, Zell Miller (D) retiring after 1st term, Polls
U.S. Rep. Denise L. Majette (D) 41.2%, businessman / '96 Congressional candidate W. Cliff Oxford (D) 20.6%, businessman Jim Boyd (D) 14.0%, St. Sen. Mary H. Squires (D) 8.8%, attorney / '99 GOP Congressional candidate Alan Leigh Baier (D) 7.5%, attorney James N. Finkelstein (D) 3.6%, attorney Sid Cottingham (D) 2.6%, businessman Govind N. Patel (D) 1.5%, U.S. Rep. / '96 primary candidate / '90 Governor nominee Johnny Isakson (R) 53.2%, businessman Herman Cain (R) 26.2%, U.S. Rep. Michael A "Mac" Collins (R) 20.6%, '02 Republican Lt. Gov. candidate / 2000 PSC Republican nominee / mediator Albert "Al" Bartell (I), Ray Beckworth (I),
attorney Allen Buckley (L),
1st Congressional District,
No Democrat Jack Kingston (R),
2nd Congressional District,
Sanford D. Bishop Jr. (D), ex-SW GA Chamber of Commerce CEO Dave Eversman (R), Glenda D. Kelley (V), Lee. R. Ferrell (V),
3rd Congressional District,
James "Jim" Marshall (D), '02 nominee / ex-Co. Comm'r. / ex-City Comm'r. Calder Clay, III (R),
4th Congressional District, Denise Majette (D) running for U.S. Senate
ex-U.S. Rep. Cynthia A. McKinney (D) 50.7%, ex-DeKalb CEO / St. Sen. Liane Levetan (D) 20.6%, City Council pres. Cathy Woolard (D) 19%, St. Sen. Connie Stokes (D) 5.2%, St. Sen. Nadine Thomas (D) 3.1%, businessman Chris Vaughn (D) 1.3%, human resources director Catherine Davis (R),
5th Congressional District,
John Lewis (D), No Republican
6th Congressional District, Johnny Isakson (R) running for U.S. Senate
No Democrat St. Sen. Thomas E. Price (R) 35.0%, St. Sen. Robert Lamutt (R) 28.1%, St. Sen. Chuck Clay (R) 21.4%, St. Rep. Roger Hines (R) 9.3%, businessman / '90 & '92 nominee Al Beverly (R) 3.8%, software engineer Chris Chatwood (R) 1.2%, director of planning Kevin Johns (R) 1.2%,
7th Congressional District,
No Democrat John Linder (R),
8th Congressional District, Michael A "Mac" Collins (R) running for U.S. Senate
Sylvia Delamar (D), St. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R) 45.4%, '98 & '00 nominee candidate Dylan C. Glenn (R) 37.7%, St. Sen. Mike Crotts (R) 11.5%, teacher Tom Mills (R) 5.3%,
9th Congressional District,
prof. Robert "Bob" Ellis (D), Charlie Norwood, Jr. (R),
10th Congressional District,
No Democrat Nathan Deal (R),
11th Congressional District, Polls
Polk Co. Magistrate Rick Crawford (D), J. Phillip "Phil" Gingrey (R),
12th Congressional District, Polls
Co. Comm'r. John Barrow (D) 51.4%, ex-St. Sen. Doug Haines (D) 28.9%, attorney / '92 Congressional nominee / '02 candidate Tony Center (D) 14.9%, analyst Caine Cortellino (D) 4.7%, Max Burns (R),
13th Congressional District,
David Scott (D) 83.7%, cable contractor William Ogletree (D) 16.3%, No Republican
Run-Off Primary
Senator, Zell Miller (D) retiring
U.S. Rep. Denise L. Majette (D) 59.5%, businessman / '96 Congressional candidate W. Cliff Oxford (D) 40.5%, U.S. Rep. / '96 primary candidate / '90 Governor nominee Johnny Isakson (R), '02 Republican Lt. Gov. candidate / 2000 PSC Republican nominee / mediator Albert "Al" Bartell (I), Ray Beckworth (I),
attorney Allen Buckley (L),
6th Congressional District, Johnny Isakson (R) running for U.S. Senate
No Democrat St. Sen. Thomas E. Price (R) 53.8%, St. Sen. Robert Lamutt (R) 46.2%,
8th Congressional District, Michael A "Mac" Collins (R) defeated in U.S. Senate Primary
Sylvia Delamar (D), St. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R) 55.5%, '98 & '00 nominee candidate Dylan C. Glenn (R) 44.5%,

1. Key to Georgia Political Parties:
(A1) = America First Party
(Cf) = Confederate Party
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(IA) = Independent American Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(R) = Republican Party
(South) = Southern Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(V) = Veterans Party
(WW) = Workers World Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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