September 15, 2017 5:51 PM
Qualifying for special elections for two Senate seats and four House seats concluded this afternoon. GeorgiaPol contributor Teri Anulewicz was the only candidate to qualify in the House District 42 race, so she will finish the unexpired term of Stacey Evans, who resigned the seat to run for Governor. The special election will be held on November 7, 2017.
Note: A few of the websites listed on the qualifying page of the Secretary of State’s site are not currently in operation. They are linked, however, for future reference.
State Senate – District 6 – Replace Hunter Hill (R), candidate for Governor
5 Republicans, 2 Democrats
State Senate – District 39 – Replace Vincent Fort (D), candidate for Atlanta Mayor
4 Democrats, 1 Republican
State Representative – District 42 – Replace Stacey Evans (D), candidate for Governor
Teri Anulewicz (D), GeorgiaPol contributor, was the only candidate to qualify. Congratulations Teri!!!
State Representative – District 89 – Replace Stacey Abrams (D), candidate for Governor
State Representative – District 117 – Replace Regina Quick (R), judicial appointment
1 Democrat, 1 Republican
State Representative – District 119 – Replace Charles Williams, Georgia Forestry Commission Director appointment
1 Democrat, 3 Republicans