Decatur – Who is on the May 20 ballot?source: City of Decatur.
Qualifying for the May 20 primaries ended on Friday, March 7. As usual, it’s ridiculously difficult to find information about who you might be asked to vote for this year.
To make it easier for you, we’ve broken down all of the races relevant to where you live. You can also see your sample May 20 ballot by visiting the Georgia Secretary of State’s MyVoter page. Those ballots aren’t available yet, however. To see the list of statewide races, see the related story in our Metro ATL section. Decaturish is working on a comprehensive voter page that will help you make sense of who these candidates are and where they stand on important issues.
One bit of news in the senate race. Russell Waldon had announced his intention to seek the Senate District 42 seat currently held by Jason Carter, who is running for governor. His name does not appear on the list of qualified candidates for the May 20, Democratic primary. There is a Republican running for the seat, Gregory Williams.
Mary Margaret Oliver, D, incumbent, running unopposed in the primary and general.
Howard Mosby, D, incumbent running unopposed in the primary.
Freddy Holley, R, running unopposed in the primary.
Rahn Mayo, D, incumbent, running unopposed in the primary.
Elena Parent, D.
Kyle Williams, D.
Greg Williams, R, running unopposed in the primary.
John Lewis, D, incumbent running unopposed in the primary and general.
Countywide races in DeKalb (non-partisan)
Dale Bernard Collins
R. “Tony” Hughes
Jeff Mann – Incumbent
LaSalle Smith, Sr.
Soil and water commission (Editor’s note to self: figure out what this is and why there’s an election for it.)
H. Anthony Gobert
State court judges
Johnny Panos – Incumbent
Alvin T. Wong – Incumbent