Georgia voters will choose on Tuesday which Republican will face Democrat voting rights activist Stacey Abrams in the election for governor in November.
To avoid a June 21 primary runoff in the gubernatorial race, one candidate in the field of five must receive more than 50 percent of the vote.
After record-high early voting, Georgians also will cast ballots tomorrow to narrow the field of candidates in an array of primary contests across the state. The general election for top finishers is scheduled for November 8.
Republican races for Georgia’s governor and secretary of state drew attention nationwide, largely because incumbents have been dogged by criticism from former President Donald Trump and his supporters….


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