February 15, 2017 1:45 PM HomePoliticsQualifying Ends for GA-6 Qualifying Ends for GA-6 By Lawton Sack Politics 3 Comments Karen Handel is surrounded by supporters after qualifying today for GA-6. Qualifying for GA-6 has ended and 18 candidates are listed on the Secretary of State’s website as being officially qualified. The candidates include 2 Independents, 11 Republicans, and 5 Democrats. The election is slated for April 18. Alexander Hernandez (I) – Property Craftsperson Amy Kremer (R) – Political Activist Andre Pollard (I) – Computer Systems Engineer Bob Gray (R) – Technology Executive Bruce Levell (R) – Entrepreneur Dan Moody (R) – Process Engineer David Abroms (R) – Business Executive Jon Ossoff (D) – Investigative Film Executive Judson Hill (R) – Businessman Karen Handel (R) – Owner Handel Strategy Group Keith Grawert (R) – Pilot Kurt Wilson (R) – Entrepreneur Mohammad Ali Bhuiyan (R) – Higher Education/Small Business Ragin Edwards (D) – Senior Manager Global Sales Operation Rebecca Quigg (D) – Physician Richard Keatley (D) – College Professor Ron Slotin (D) – Chief Marketing Officer William Llop (R) – CPA Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author lawtonsack 3 Comments gcp My suggestion for candidate web sites is to put specifics on where you stand on issues rather than generalized statements. Even worse, some sites only give a bio then tell how to donate to the candidate. February 15, 2017 4:10 PM Log in to Reply davidmac Notably absent from this list are Betty Price and Sally Harrell. Fmr. Rep. Harrell posted that she would not run due to fundraising challenges, and Rep. Price said she wants to stay in the GA House. February 16, 2017 8:10 AM Log in to Reply augusta52 18 signed up for the 6th District—is that a record for a special congressional race in this state? It will be interesting to see what share of the vote in the special comes from Cobb and Fulton…Fulton of course is by far the largest part of the 3-county district, but sometimes the Cobb turnout can be disproportionately high compared to its share of the population. Cobb accounted for just 30 percent of the district’s total turnout last November, but the county accounted for 36% of the total turnout in the 2014 GOP US Senate primary and 2016 GOP presidential primary. February 16, 2017 2:42 PM Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.