Who Won Georgia Elections in 2006?
Republican Governor of Georgia Sonny Perdue (pictured) won re-election to a second term in the 2006 Georgia elections.
All the incumbent Georgia Representatives won re-election in 2006 to the House including John Lewis in the 5th district who ran unopposed. There was an open seat in the 4th District which was won by Democrat Hank Johnson.
|1st District||Jack Kingston||REP||Incumbent||68.5%|
|2nd District||Sanford Bishop||DEM||Incumbent||67.9%|
|3rd District||Lynn Westmoreland||REP||Incumbent||67.6%|
|4th District||Hank Johnson||DEM||75.4%|
|5th District||John Lewis||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|6th District||Tom Price||REP||Incumbent||72.4%|
|7th District||John Linder||REP||Incumbent||70.9%|
|8th District||Jim Marshall||DEM||Incumbent||50.5%|
|9th District||Nathan Deal||REP||Incumbent||76.6%|
|10th District||Charles Norwood||REP||Incumbent||67.4%|
|11th District||Phil Gingrey||REP||Incumbent||71.1%|
|12th District||John Barrow||DEM||Incumbent||50.3%|
|13th District||David Scott||DEM||Incumbent||69.2%|