Who Won Georgia Elections in 2012?
There were 14 congressional races in Georgia in 2012, and an incumbent won in all but one district. That's because Georgia gained a seat after the 2010 census.
That new seat will be filled by Republican Doug Collins who easily defeated Democrat Jody Cooley.
Mitt Romney won Georgia's 16 electoral votes, 53% - 45%.
|1st District||Jack Kingston||REP||Incumbent||63.0%|
|2nd District||Sanford Bishop||DEM||Incumbent||63.8%|
|3rd District||Lynn Westmoreland||REP||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|4th District||Hank Johnson||DEM||Incumbent||73.6%|
|5th District||John Lewis||DEM||Incumbent||84.4%|
|6th District||Tom Price||REP||Incumbent||64.5%|
|7th District||Rob Woodall||REP||Incumbent||62.2%|
|8th District||Austin Scott||REP||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|9th District||Doug Collins||REP||76.2%|
|10th District||Paul Broun||REP||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|11th District||Phil Gingrey||REP||Incumbent||68.6%|
|12th District||John Barrow||DEM||Incumbent||53.7%|
|13th District||David Scott||DEM||Incumbent||71.7%|
|14th District||Tom Graves||REP||Incumbent||73.0%|