Your Guide to the 2020/21 Georgia Democratic Candidates in the U.S. Senate Runoff

See who’s on the ballot representing the Democratic Party in 2020. Candidates are organized in the order they will appear on the ballot. So grab your absentee ballot and start scrolling! There’s a lot of great candidates running!

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This guide was compiled by volunteers. Please report errors to communications@fultondems.org.

Key Dates

Deadline for Voter Registration
December 7

Early Voting
Starting December 14, exact info TBA

Election Day:
January 5

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Statewide Races

US Senate
(Perdue’s seat)

Jon Ossoff
An investigative journalist, Jon Ossoff most notably ran as the Democratic nominee in the 2017 special election in Georgia’s 6th District.

US Senate
(Loeffler’s seat)

Raphael Warnock
A graduate of Morehouse College, Raphael Warnock serves as the Senior Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the former pulpit of Reverent Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Public Service Commissioner – District 4

(Voted on by the entire state but must reside within district)

Daniel Blackman
Daniel Blackman is a respected community leader, impact investor, and policy advisor.