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Georgia

Population: 9,919,945
Electoral Votes: 16

Senate

Race RatingIncumbentFirst Elected
No RaceVacant
No Current Race for this Seat
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No Current Race for this Seat

House

DistrictRace RatingIncumbentFirst Elected
1
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
News
District

Georgia-1

GA-01
Population: 714,669
18 Years or Older: 521,838 (73%)
Median household Income: $44,623
Race:
White: 65.7%Hispanic 6.7%Other: 3.5%
Black 31.3%Asian 2.4%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Lesli Rae Messinger D37.02% 
Jack KingstonR62.98%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

2
 
Safe DemocratVacant
District

Georgia-2

GA-02
Population: 693,841
18 Years or Older: 508,621 (73%)
Median household Income: $32,830
Race:
White: 44.5%Hispanic 4.4%Other: 3.2%
Black 52.9%Asian 1.5%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Sanford BishopD63.78%
John HouseR36.22% 

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

3
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
District

Georgia-3

GA-03
Population: 704,557
18 Years or Older: 524,125 (74%)
Median household Income: $51,024
Race:
White: 73.0%Hispanic 5.5%Other: 2.6%
Black 24.9%Asian 2.3%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Lynn WestmorelandR100%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

4
 
Safe DemocratVacant
News
District

Georgia-4

GA-04
Population: 714,225
18 Years or Older: 519,246 (73%)
Median household Income: $46,734
Race:
White: 32.4%Hispanic 8.3%Other: 4.2%
Black 60.2%Asian 5.1%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Hank JohnsonD73.57%
J. VaughnR26.43% 

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

5
 
Safe DemocratVacant
District

Georgia-5

GA-05
Population: 731,123
18 Years or Older: 576,940 (79%)
Median household Income: $42,295
Race:
White: 33.9%Hispanic 7.6%Other: 3.6%
Black 60.5%Asian 4.1%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
John LewisD84.39%
Howard StopeckR15.61% 

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

6
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
News
District

Georgia-6

GA-06
Population: 716,576
18 Years or Older: 537,616 (75%)
Median household Income: $76,389
Race:
White: 74.1%Hispanic 12.3%Other: 4.5%
Black 13.6%Asian 11.0%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Jeff KazanowD35.49% 
Tom PriceR64.51%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

7
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
District

Georgia-7

GA-07
Population: 716,539
18 Years or Older: 513,853 (72%)
Median household Income: $62,246
Race:
White: 59.2%Hispanic 19.7%Other: 10.0%
Black 19.6%Asian 13.4%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Steve ReillyD37.84% 
Rob WoodallR62.16%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

8
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
District

Georgia-8

GA-08
Population: 705,710
18 Years or Older: 523,585 (74%)
Median household Income: $40,146
Race:
White: 65.6%Hispanic 6.3%Other: 3.0%
Black 31.3%Asian 1.8%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Austin ScottR100%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

9
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
District

Georgia-9

GA-09
Population: 705,834
18 Years or Older: 536,002 (76%)
Median household Income: $42,988
Race:
White: 87.7%Hispanic 12.0%Other: 4.8%
Black 7.3%Asian 1.4%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Jody CooleyD23.82% 
Doug CollinsR76.18%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

10
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
News
District

Georgia-10

GA-10
Population: 708,026
18 Years or Older: 535,393 (76%)
Median household Income: $44,802
Race:
White: 71.7%Hispanic 5.8%Other: 1.9%
Black 26.2%Asian 2.6%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Paul BrounR100%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

11
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
News
District

Georgia-11

GA-11
Population: 708,052
18 Years or Older: 528,292 (75%)
Median household Income: $60,704
Race:
White: 76.8%Hispanic 11.6%Other: 5.3%
Black 16.5%Asian 3.5%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Patrick ThompsonD31.44% 
Phil GingreyR68.55%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

12
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
News
District

Georgia-12

GA-12
Population: 701,142
18 Years or Older: 522,136 (74%)
Median household Income: $38,961
Race:
White: 61.5%Hispanic 5.6%Other: 2.8%
Black 36.0%Asian 1.9%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
John BarrowD53.7%
Lee AndersonR46.3% 

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

13
 
Safe DemocratVacant
District

Georgia-13

GA-13
Population: 707,070
18 Years or Older: 513,117 (73%)
Median household Income: $48,633
Race:
White: 36.7%Hispanic 11.1%Other: 4.6%
Black 57.6%Asian 3.0%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
David ScottD71.74%
S. MalikR28.26% 

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%

14
 
Safe RepublicanVacant
News
District

Georgia-14

GA-14
Population: 692,581
18 Years or Older: 511,963 (74%)
Median household Income: $40,678
Race:
White: 87.7%Hispanic 10.6%Other: 3.5%
Black 9.3%Asian 1.2%

Source: U.S. Census 2012 - American Community Survey.
*Total may be greater than 100% due to U.S. Census bureau separate classification of those of Hispanic origin.


2012 House Results
Daniel GrantD27.03% 
Tom GravesR72.97%

Georgia 2012 Presidential Results
Barack ObamaD45.51% 
Mitt RomneyR53.33%


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Roll Call and CQ Weekly use ratings assigned by the Rothenberg Political Report, which are defined as follows: SAFE: As of today, the party indicated is all but certain to win the seat. FAVORED: One candidate has a substantial advantage, but an upset is still possible. LEAN: The party indicated has the edge, but the outcome is less certain than for races rated as favored. TILT: The outcome is effectively regarded as a tossup for each of these highly competitive seats, although the party indicated has a slight edge. TOSSUP: Neither party has an edge in these contests.