(From AP News)
Georgia voters Tuesday settled several key primary campaigns besides the heated Republican race for governor, though a narrow finish left one statewide runoff too close to call.
As Secretary of State Brian Kemp won a final showdown with Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle in the GOP contest to succeed Gov. Nathan Deal, voters turned out in Republican runoffs for the two statewide offices that Cagle and Kemp are vacating. One of those races was too close to declare a winner late Tuesday.
Democratic voters, meanwhile, picked the former leader of a national parent-teacher group to challenge Georgia’s GOP state school superintendent in November. They also chose Democratic opponents for two Republican congressmen.
Here’s a look at Tuesday’s down-ballot runoff races in Georgia.