Voters will be heading to the polls Tuesday for the primary runoff election.

According to the Official Code of Georgia 21-2-501, citizens registered to vote in the July 20 elections are eligible to vote in the runoff.

Registered voters have the following options for voting:

If a citizen voted in the Democratic primary, he may only vote in the Democratic/nonpartisan runoff. If a citizen voted in the Republican primary, he may only vote in the Republican/nonpartisan runoff.

If a citizen voted in the nonpartisan election only, he may vote in either primary runoff.

If a citizen did not vote in either primary, he may vote in either runoff.

Registered voters will have state and U.S. seats on the ballot, and some counties will also have runoffs. Those running in the primary runoffs are:



U.S. SENATE

Denise Majette (Democrat)

Cliff Oxford (Democrat)



COURT OF APPEALS -- SEAT ONE

Debra Bernes (nonpartisan)

Mike Sheffield (nonpartisan)



LOWNDES COUNTY

County Commissioner District 2

Richard Lee (Republican)

Larry Rodgers (Republican)



Board of Assessors Post 3

W.G. Walker (Democrat)

Al Pitzing (Democrat)



COOK COUNTY

County Commissioner District 4

Marshall Bennett (Democrat)

Sam Raulerson (Democrat)



BERRIEN COUNTY

none



CLINCH COUNTY

County Commissioner Post 1

Herman Corbitt (Democrat)

Austin Deloach Jr. (Democrat)



County Commissioner Post 3

George Daugharty (Democrat)

Darryl Smith (Democrat)



ECHOLS COUNTY

none



LANIER COUNTY

County Commissioner District 4

Ronnie Bennett (Democrat)

Lee Ivey (Democrat)



BROOKS COUNTY

none

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