See who’s on the ballot for the primary runoff on August 11. Candidates are organized in the order they will appear on the ballot.
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(NON-PARTISAN, parts of Mid-Fulton and South Fulton only)
Franchesca Warren has 18 years of experience in a variety of roles like teacher, instructional coach, literacy coordinator and more.
Dr. Sandra Wright is a professor that teaches new educators and was a co-founder of Chattahoochee Hills Charter School.
|Paul Howard (incumbent)
Paul Howard is currently serving his sixth term, and was the first African-American to be elected District Attorney in the State of Georgia in 1997.
Fani Willis has 16 years of experience serving in the District Attorney’s office, as well as several years in the private sector.
|Theodore “Ted” Jackson (incumbent)
Theodore “Ted” Jackson is currently serving his third term, and is the first African American sheriff to seek a fourth term since 1985, with thirty two years FBI experience.
|Patrick “Pat” Labat
Patrick “Pat” Labat has 30 years of success in the public safety sector, and a decade of executive-level law enforcement management as Chief of the City of Atlanta Department of Corrections.
|Melynee Leftridge Harris
Melynee Leftridge Harris is a Fulton County Magistrate Court Judge serving for over 10 years.
In 2016, Tamika Hrobowski-Houston was appointed to the role of Judicial Officer in the Fulton County Superior Court’s Family Division.
|Sharon Beasley-Teague (incumbent)
Sharon Beasley-Teague was first elected in 1992 and has focused on improving the standard of living for the working poor during her time in office.
Mandisha Thomas is a business owner and healthcare industry veteran and serves on the board of several community service organizations.