Election 2012: Final Wrangle in Runoff Races
There are several disputed races in Gwinnett County. Don't forget to head to the polls on Aug. 21 to vote in local runoff races.
Polls open at 7 a.m. Aug. 21 for the runoff election for this year's general primary races.
Citizens must vote with the same party chosen in the general primary election in July. Voters should to their regular voting precinct, according information on the Gwinnett County government website.
If the citizen did not vote in the July 31 election or voted nonpartisan, he or she may choose any party for the runoff election. However, there is no runoff for the Democratic Party in Gwinnett County.
There will be a nonpartisan ballot available.
Gwinnett County District 3:
Incumbent Mike Beaudreau, who received 47.4 percent of the vote in the primary election will face Tommy Hunter, who previously received 22.1 percent of the vote.
Gwinnett County Superior Court
Kathy Schrader, who previously received 43.5 percent of the vote will face Tracey Mason Blasi, who received 20.3 percent of the primary election vote.
Gwinnett County State Court
Emily Brantly, who received 27.9 percent of primary election votes, will face Pam Britt, who received 26.9 percent of previous votes.
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Sample ballots are available on the Georgia Secretary of State's "My Voter Page."
Also, click here for additional election stories posted on the 2012 Lilburn Area Election Guide.