Tuesday was runoff day in Atlanta and a host of other municipalities and counties around Georgia. Roswell elected their third mayor since 1967. Georgia Senate District 6 chose a replacement for Republican governor candidate Hunter Hill. There were four legislative seats up total, two in the senate and two in the house.
Jen Jordan, a Democrat, will replace Hunter Hill in the state senate and Nikema Williams, longtime Planned Parenthood Southeast executive and also a Democrat, will replace Vincent Fort. Kim Schofield won to replace Keisha Waites, who resigned to run for Fulton County Commission Chair, and Bee Nguyen won a tight race to replace now-governor candidate Stacey Abrams. She becomes the first Vietnamese-American elected to the Georgia House of Representatives.
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