Who Won Georgia Elections in 2008?
Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss (pictured) didn't quite reach 50% in the general election, so it took a December 6 runoff election to defeat Democratic challenger Jim Martin.
All the incumbent members of congress ran for re-election in Georgia in 2008 - and all of them were sent back to Washington to represent their districts.
Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson (Republican) is up for re-election in 2010, the same year as the Georgia Gubernatorial election.
|Senate||Saxby Chambliss||REP||Incumbent||49.8% (runoff)|
|1st District||Jack Kingston||REP||Incumbent||66.5%|
|2nd District||Sanford Bishop||DEM||Incumbent||68.9%|
|3rd District||Lynn Westmoreland||REP||Incumbent||65.7%|
|4th District||Hank Johnson||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|5th District||John Lewis||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|6th District||Tom Price||REP||Incumbent||68.5%|
|7th District||John Linder||REP||Incumbent||62.0%|
|8th District||Jim Marshall||DEM||Incumbent||57.2%|
|9th District||Nathan Deal||REP||Incumbent||75.5%|
|10th District||Paul Broun||REP||Incumbent||60.7%|
|11th District||Phil Gingrey||REP||Incumbent||68.2%|
|12th District||John Barrow||DEM||Incumbent||66.0%|
|13th District||David Scott||DEM||Incumbent||69.0%|