Ballot for Sandy Springs, GA

Below is what will be on the ballot in my hometown of Sandy Springs, GA (District 6 for U.S. Congress and Georgia Senate, District 52 for Georgia House). It includes national, state, and local candidates, as well as some proposed constitutional amendments and special voting issues.


For President of the United States:

Donald J. Trump (President) and Michael Pence (Vice President)—Republican

Hilary Clinton (President) and Tim Kaine (Vice President)—Democrat

Gary Johnson (President) and Bill Weld (Vice President)—Libertarian

For United States Senate

Johnny Isakson (Incumbent)—Republican

Jim Barksdale—Democrat

Allen Buckley—Libertarian

For Public Service Commissioner

Tim Echols (Incumbent)—Republican

Eric Hoskins—Libertarian

For U.S. Representative in 115th Congress from the 6th Congressional District of Georgia

Tom Price (Incumbent)—Republican

Rodney Stooksbury—Democrat

For State Senator From 6th District

Hunter Hill (Incumbent)—Republican

Jaha Howard—Democrat

For State Representative in the General Assembly From 52nd District

Deborah Silcox—Republican

For District Attorney for the Atlanta Judicial Circuit

Paul Howard, Jr. (Incumbent)—Democrat

For Clerk of Superior Court

Lewis L. Pittman—Republican

Cathelene “Tina” Robinson (Incumbent)—Democrat

For Sheriff

Ben Coward—Republican

Theodore “Ted” Jackson (Incumbent)—Democrat

For Surveyor

William Daniel III (Incumbent)—Republican

Arnaud D. Huguet—Democrat

For Solicitor-General of State Court of Fulton County

Keith Gammage—Democrat

For Fulton County Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor

Preston D. Mason (Incumbent)

Alan O. Toney (Incumbent)


“Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended to allow the state to intervene in chronically failing public schools in order to improve student performance?”



“Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended to allow additional penalties for criminal cases in which a person is adjudged guilty of keeping a place of prostitution, pimping, pandering, pandering by compulsion, solicitation of sodomy, masturbation for hire, trafficking of persons for sexual servitude, or sexual exploitation of children and to all assessments on adult entertainment establishments to fund the Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited children Fund to pay for care and rehabilitative and social services for individuals in this state who have been or may be sexually exposed?”



“Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to abolish the existing Judicial Qualifications Commission; require the General Assembly to create and provide by general law for the composition, manner of appointment, and governance of a new Judicial Qualifications Commission, with such commission having the power to discipline, remove, and cause involuntary retirement of judges; require the Judicial Qualifications Commission to have procedures that provide for due process of law and review by the Supreme Court of its advisory opinions; and all the Judicial Qualifications Commission to be open to the public in some manner?”



“Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to provide that the proceeds of excise taxes on the sale of fireworks or consumer fireworks be dedicated to the funding of trauma care, firefighter equipping and training, and local public safety purposes?”




Shall Fulton County, Georgia be authorized to grant a Freeport Exemption to E-Commerce goods stored in fulfillment centers from taxation?



Shall an additional .75 percent sales tax be collected in that part of Fulton Country, Georgia, outside of the City of Atlanta, for five years for the purpose of transportation improvements and congestion reduction?



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