Who Won Georgia Elections in 2014?

David Perdue
Nov 4, 2014

Incumbent Republican Governor Nathan Deal won a second term over Democratic challenger (and grandson of former President Jimmy Carter) State Senator Jason Carter.

U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss retired leaving an open seat. David Perdue won a close Republican primary runoff and advanced to the general election where he defeated Democrat and Points of Light CEO Michelle Nunn.

Half of the House races in Georgia were unopposed. Republicans held the three open seats. In the 12th District Republican Rick Allen defeated Democrat incumbent John Barrow.

Governor Nathan Deal REP Incumbent 52.8%
Senate David Perdue REP 52.9%
House Of Representatives
1st District Buddy Carter REP 60.9%
2nd District Sanford Bishop DEM Incumbent 59.2%
3rd District Lynn Westmoreland REP Incumbent Unopposed
4th District Hank Johnson DEM Incumbent Unopposed
5th District John Lewis DEM Incumbent Unopposed
6th District Tom Price REP Incumbent 66.0%
7th District Rob Woodall REP Incumbent 65.4%
8th District Austin Scott REP Incumbent Unopposed
9th District Doug Collins REP Incumbent 80.7%
10th District Jody Hice REP 66.5%
11th District Barry Loudermilk REP Unopposed
12th District Rick Allen REP 54.8%
13th District David Scott DEM Incumbent Unopposed
14th District Tom Graves REP Incumbent Unopposed