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Several general primary and nonpartisan general runoff elections will be decided Tuesday, June 21, as Georgia voters head to the polls.

Runoff elections are held when no candidate wins the required majority of votes, and the two candidates who received the highest number of votes face off in a runoff election.

Gwinnett residents can vote at their respective polling locations from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Visit the Secretary of State’s My Voter Page to locate your polling location and view a sample ballot.

Residents who voted on Republican ballots in May will not be able to vote in the Democratic runoff races, and those who voted on a Democratic ballot will not be able to vote for the Republican runoffs.

Voters who previously cast ballots at North Gwinnett Church in Suwanee will instead vote at Riverside Elementary School at 5445 Settles Bridge Road in Suwanee.

Runoff elections will be held for the following offices:

U.S. House of Representatives — 007 (N. Gwinnett)

Republican Primary

  • Michael Corbin – R
  • Mark Gonsalves – R

Lieutenant Governor

Republican Primary

  • Burt Jones – R
  • Butch Miller – R

Democratic Primary

  • Kwanza Hall – D
  • Charlie Bailey – D

Secretary of State

Democratic Primary

  • Bee Nguyen – D
  • Dee Dawkins-Haigler – D

Commissioner of Insurance

Democratic Primary

  • Janice Laws Robinson – D
  • Raphael Baker – D

Commissioner of Labor

Democratic Primary

  • William “Will” Boddie Jr. – D
  • Nicole Horn – D

Nonpartisan Elections

Judge State Court of Gwinnett County (To succeed Pamela D. South)

  • Matt Miller
  • Erica Dove

Hall County Primary Election 

Board of Education Post 1 (Republican)

  • Debra Jones Smith
  • Tim Glover

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