Georgia U.S. House election, 2006
This article discusses the 2006 elections for the U.S. House of Representatives in Georgia, also see U.S. House election, 2006. The filing period closed on April 28, 2006, and the official list of candidates is available from the Secretary of State's office. The primary election was on July 18th.
The district numbers on this page are the new districts for the 110th Congress, and they are different than the districts shown on the Georgia home page.
- District 01 Representative Jack Kingston (R) (cw)
- District 02 Representative Sanford Bishop (D) (cw)
- District 03 Representative Lynn Westmoreland (R) (cw)
- District 04 Representative Cynthia McKinney (D) (cw) - lost primary
- Outlook: Johnson defeated McKinney in the run-off by 59-41, and faced Davis in this safely Democratic district.
- Results: Johnson won 76-24%
- External Links
- Hearn, Josephine. McKinney rebuked by her leader The Hill, April, 5, 2006.
- Epstein, Edward. McKinney apologizes for run-in -- Congresswoman allegedly assaulted police officer San Francisco Chronicle, April 7, 2006.
- District 06 Representative Tom Price (R) (cw)
- District 07 Representative John Linder (R) (cw)
- District 08 Representative Jim Marshall (D) (cw)
- District 09
- District 10 Representative Charlie Norwood (R) (cw)
- District 11 Representative Phil Gingrey (R) (cw)
- District 12 Representative John Barrow (D) (cw)
- District 13 Representative David Scott (D) (cw)
- 2006 Elections
- US Congressional Delegations from Georgia (Wikipedia)