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Stealing some of the spotlight away from the top of the ticket, both Superintendent of Schools primaries failed to produce a definitive victor in the primary and went to runoffs. The top two finishers in each field faced off on July 22: [[Alisha Thomas Morgan]] and [[Valarie Wilson]] for the Democrats; [[Mike Buck]] and [[Richard Woods]] for the Republicans.<ref>[http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/GA/51345/132192/en/summary.html ''Georgia Election Results, Secretary of State'', "Primary Statewide Election Results," accessed July 21, 2014]</ref> Wilson was declared the Democratic nominee late on election night, however the Republican race was too close to call. With 100% precincts reporting as of July 24, Woods led Buck by about 725 votes of almost 397,800 cast, not accounting for provisional ballots. The results of the runoff fell well inside the one percent margin needed to warrant a recount. The recount concluded on Thursday, July 31, confirming Woods as the official winner.<ref>[http://www.ajc.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/buck-loses-recount-in-georgia-gop-schools-race/ngrxQ/ ''The Atlanta Journal-Constitution'', "Buck loses recount in Georgia GOP schools race," July 31, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/GA/52176/136986/en/summary.html ''Georgia Secretary of State Election Results'', "General Primary Runoff and General Nonpartisan Election Runoff July 22, 2014," accessed July 23, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://www.ajc.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/republicans-neck-and-neck-in-superintendents-race/ngkzL/ ''The Atlanta-Journal Constitution'', "Recount looks likely in Republican superintendent race," July 23, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://www.northwestgeorgianews.com/rome/news/local/update-buck-woods-too-close-to-call-for-georgia-superintendent/article_5e65d58a-122f-11e4-ab88-0017a43b2370.html ''The Rome News-Tribune'', "UPDATE: Woods edges Buck for Georgia Superintendent Republican runoff, results within margin for recount," July 23, 2014]</ref>  
 
Stealing some of the spotlight away from the top of the ticket, both Superintendent of Schools primaries failed to produce a definitive victor in the primary and went to runoffs. The top two finishers in each field faced off on July 22: [[Alisha Thomas Morgan]] and [[Valarie Wilson]] for the Democrats; [[Mike Buck]] and [[Richard Woods]] for the Republicans.<ref>[http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/GA/51345/132192/en/summary.html ''Georgia Election Results, Secretary of State'', "Primary Statewide Election Results," accessed July 21, 2014]</ref> Wilson was declared the Democratic nominee late on election night, however the Republican race was too close to call. With 100% precincts reporting as of July 24, Woods led Buck by about 725 votes of almost 397,800 cast, not accounting for provisional ballots. The results of the runoff fell well inside the one percent margin needed to warrant a recount. The recount concluded on Thursday, July 31, confirming Woods as the official winner.<ref>[http://www.ajc.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/buck-loses-recount-in-georgia-gop-schools-race/ngrxQ/ ''The Atlanta Journal-Constitution'', "Buck loses recount in Georgia GOP schools race," July 31, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/GA/52176/136986/en/summary.html ''Georgia Secretary of State Election Results'', "General Primary Runoff and General Nonpartisan Election Runoff July 22, 2014," accessed July 23, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://www.ajc.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/republicans-neck-and-neck-in-superintendents-race/ngkzL/ ''The Atlanta-Journal Constitution'', "Recount looks likely in Republican superintendent race," July 23, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://www.northwestgeorgianews.com/rome/news/local/update-buck-woods-too-close-to-call-for-georgia-superintendent/article_5e65d58a-122f-11e4-ab88-0017a43b2370.html ''The Rome News-Tribune'', "UPDATE: Woods edges Buck for Georgia Superintendent Republican runoff, results within margin for recount," July 23, 2014]</ref>  
 
Among the five down ballot incumbents seeking re-election in 2014, only District 1 Georgia Public Service Commissioner [[H. Doug Everett]] (R) is completely unopposed.
 
  
 
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Georgia Down Ballot State Executive Elections

Primary Date
May 20, 2014

Runoff Date
July 22, 2014

General Election Date:
November 4, 2014

Georgia State Executive Elections
Top Ballot
Governor Lieutenant GovernorSecretary of StateAttorney General
Down Ballot
Superintendent, Insurance Commissioner, Agriculture Commissioner, Labor Commissioner, Public Service Commissioner

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Six down ballot state executive positions are up for election in the state of Georgia in 2014: state schools superintendent, insurance commissioner, commissioner of agriculture, commissioner of labor and two seats on the public service commission.

The general election will be held on November 4, 2014, following a primary on May 20 and a runoff where necessary on July 22. Georgia election law requires a candidate to earn a majority (at least 50 percent) of the primary election vote in order to automatically move on with the party's nomination.[1] If no candidate reaches that threshold, the two candidates with the highest number of votes compete in a runoff, which, effective 2014, will take place "on the Tuesday of the ninth week" following the primary. The timetable was revised under House Bill 310 and signed into law by Gov. Nathan Deal in January 2014; Prior to 2014, runoffs were regularly held three weeks after the preceding primary.[2]

Going into the 2014 electoral cycle, all six down ballot positions are occupied by Republicans. Five of the incumbents are running for re-election. The exception, current Georgia State Superintendent of Schools John Barge (R), opted to run for governor against GOP incumbent Nathan Deal.[3] He lost to Deal in the primary.

District 4 Public Service Commissioner Bubba McDonald (R) was the only incumbent from the down ballot races to face a primary challenge. Undaunted, McDonald easily overtook two challengers to secure the Republican nomination on May 20. He will defend his post against uncontested Democratic nominee Daniel Blackman in the general election.

Current Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens will face Democrat Liz Johnson and Libertarian Ted Metz in November. Johnson defeated opponent Keith Heard in the Democratic primary by a commanding margin of 40 percentage points.

Stealing some of the spotlight away from the top of the ticket, both Superintendent of Schools primaries failed to produce a definitive victor in the primary and went to runoffs. The top two finishers in each field faced off on July 22: Alisha Thomas Morgan and Valarie Wilson for the Democrats; Mike Buck and Richard Woods for the Republicans.[4] Wilson was declared the Democratic nominee late on election night, however the Republican race was too close to call. With 100% precincts reporting as of July 24, Woods led Buck by about 725 votes of almost 397,800 cast, not accounting for provisional ballots. The results of the runoff fell well inside the one percent margin needed to warrant a recount. The recount concluded on Thursday, July 31, confirming Woods as the official winner.[5][6][7][8]

Georgia is one of 14 states that uses an open primary system, in which registered voters do not have to be members of a party to vote in that party's primary.[9][10][11]

Key deadlines

Deadline Event
March 7 Filing deadline for candidates
May 20 Primary election
June 27 Filing deadline for independent candidates
July 22 Primary runoff election
September 2 Deadline to file as a write-in candidate for the general election
November 4 General election
January 12, 2015 Inauguration day for state executive officials in general election

Incumbent breakdown

Office Incumbent Assumed Office Incumbent running? General Election Candidates 2014 Winner Partisan Switch?
State Superintendent of Schools John Barge
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2011 No[12] Republican Party Richard Woods
Democratic Party Valarie Wilson
Pending
Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens
Ralph Hudgens.jpg
2011 Yes[13] Republican Party Ralph Hudgens
Democratic Party Liz Johnson
Libertarian Party Ted Metz
Pending
Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black
Gary Black.jpg
2011 Yes[14] Republican Party Gary Black
Democratic Party Chris Irvin
Pending
Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler
Mark Butler.jpg
2011 Yes[15] Republican Party Mark Butler
Democratic Party Robbin Shipp
Pending
Public Service Commission H. Doug Everett
Doug Everett.jpg
2003 Yes[16] Republican Party H. Doug Everett
Libertarian Party John Monds
Pending
Public Service Commission Bubba McDonald
Bubba McDonald.jpg
2009 Yes[17] Republican Party Bubba McDonald
Democratic Party Daniel Blackman
Libertarian Party Robin Aaron Gilmer
Pending

Note: The following list of candidates is not official and will continue to be updated until the 2014 candidate filing deadline. Candidates will be added as we come across them prior to the deadline. If you see a name of a candidate who is missing, please email us and we will add that name. As the election draws closer, more information will be added to this page.

State Superintendent of Schools

See also: Georgia State Superintendent of Schools

Duties

The superintendent is charged by state law to "carry out and enforce all the rules and regulations of the State Board of Education and the laws governing the schools receiving state aid." Additionally, he is directed to make recommendations to the board on matters related to the "welfare and efficiency" of the public school system.[18]

Current incumbent

Republican Party John Barge (Ran for governor)

Rather than seek a second term as superintendent in 2014, Barge chose to run for governor. He was defeated by incumbent Gov. Nathan Deal in the Republican primary on May 20, 2014. Barge's term expires on January 12, 2015, at which time he will have to cede the superintendent's office to his elected successor.

General Election Candidates

Primary Runoff

Primary Election


Primary Runoff Results

Republican runoff

Georgia State Superintendents of Schools, Republican Primary Runoff, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngRichard Woods 50.1% 199,441
Mike Buck 49.9% 198,741
Total Votes 398,182
Election Results Via:Georgia Secretary of State.


Democratic runoff

Georgia State Superintendents of Schools, Democratic Primary Runoff, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngValarie Wilson 54.4% 73,711
Alisha Thomas Morgan 45.6% 61,846
Total Votes 135,557
Election Results Via:Georgia Secretary of State. Vote totals above are unofficial and reflect 100% precincts reporting.


Primary Election Results

Republican primary

Georgia Superintendent of Schools, Republican Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngRichard Woods 16.8% 78,542
Green check mark transparent.pngMike Buck 19.5% 91,435
Mary Kay Bacallao 15.3% 71,810
Ashley Bell 15% 70,065
Nancy Jester 10.9% 51,211
Fitz Johnson 7.7% 35,862
Allen Bowles Fort 6.3% 29,504
Sharyl Dawes 5.4% 25,468
Kira Willis 3.1% 14,584
Total Votes 468,481
Election Results Via:Georgia Secretary of State Election Results.

Democratic primary

Georgia Superintendent of Schools, Democratic Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngValarie Wilson 32.6% 96,849
Green check mark transparent.pngAlisha Thomas Morgan 26.4% 78,460
Denise Freeman 18.3% 54,428
Tarnisha Dent 13.5% 40,007
Jurita Forehand Mays 5.7% 16,818
Rita Robinzine 3.6% 10,609
Total Votes 297,171
Election Results Via:Georgia Secretary of State Election Results.

Race background

In the May 20 primary election, neither of the crowded Democratic and Republican fields for Georgia State Superintendent of Schools managed to produce a definitive victor—that is, no one received at least 50 percent of the primary vote.[37] As a result, the top two vote-getters from each race competed in a runoff on July 22 to decide who would advance to the general election: state Rep. Alisha Thomas Morgan and former Decatur School Board Chairwoman Valarie Wilson for the Democrats; chief academic officer for the state Department of Education Mike Buck and veteran Irwin County educator Richard Woods for the Republicans.[38][39] [40][41]

Wilson was declared the Democratic nominee for Georgia State Superintendent of Schools over state Rep. Alisha Thomas Morgan late on election night, while the GOP runoff between Buck and Woods was too close to call. [42][43][44] [45] With 100% precincts fully reported the day after, excluding provisional ballots, Woods led by less than 730 votes out of about 397,800 cast—well below the one percent margin Georgia election law deems necessary to conduct a recount.[46][44] The outcome remained a mystery until Thursday, July 31, when the ensuing recount concluded that Woods had indeed won the race, by a mere 713 votes.[47]

As the sole open state executive seat of the 2014 elections, the superintendent race was expected to draw a substantial lineup of hopefuls. Outgoing incumbent John Barge, a Republican first elected Georgia's state schools chief in 2010, decided to forgo a possible re-election bid this year, instead setting his sights on the governorship. Though a crushing defeat by current Gov. Nathan Deal in the GOP primary brought an early end to Barge's gubernatorial campaign, he is unable to join in the superintendent ballot after the fact. Barge's deviation was unique among the ten-man, all-Republican roster of Georgia state-row incumbents, all of whom are considered likely to be re-elected, and has exposed the superintendent's office as a target for Democrats—and/or women—looking to gain an incipient foothold in the executive branch of the state government.[48][49]

The open seat race has attracted additional media attention for its relevance to the nationwide zeitgeist issue of Common Core. Like in most states, the Georgia State Superintendent of Schools plays a critical role in the implementation of the controversial new education standards set forth by Common Core. Unsurprisingly, the top candidates all faced heavy scrutiny over their stances on the issue during their primary campaigns and the matter will no doubt be a centerpiece of ensuing debates between the nominees.

Of the Republicans, Buck supported Georgia's persistent relationship with the standards, touting the stability Common Core can provide from year to year. Woods, however, has reservations about Common Core, saying if elected he would review both Common Core as well as the new Common Core-aligned "Georgia Milestones" testing regime currently deep in the development stage.[50]

On the Democratic side, both Wilson and Morgan supported staying the course on the state's implementation of Common Core during their primary campaigns. With that agreed upon, each candidate sought to prove she was the better qualified. Wilson, who finished first in the primary and edged out Morgan in the runoff, brings an established base of support among education authorities from her years as Decatur School Board Chairwoman and President of the Georgia School Boards Association. Wilson's campaign so far focused on promoting traditional public schools as well as her ample management experience. Wilson openly criticized Morgan's advocacy for school choice and voucher or school tax credit programs while serving in the state legislature.[51] Morgan more recently endeared herself to some influential Democratic establishment leaders for having championed a fight against an anti-Common Core bill in the Senate, but evidently it was not enough to negate her record on charter schools and other such right-of-center programs.[50]


Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner

See also: Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner

Duties

The commissioner is administrative head of the Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner, which both regulates the state's insurance industry and oversees state fire safety initiatives.

Current incumbent

Republican Party Ralph Hudgens (Running)

General Election

Lost in the Primary

Primary Election Results

  • Republican primary - Uncontested
  • Democratic primary
Georgia Insurance Commissioner, Democratic Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngKeith Heard 69.9% 203,318
Liz Johnson 30.1% 87,437
Total Votes 290,755
Election Results Via:Georgia Secretary of State Election Results.

Commissioner of Agriculture

See also: Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture

Duties

The commissioner manages the Georgia Department of Agriculture, which regulates and promotes the produce of Georgia's agricultural industry.

According to the department's website, "the Georgia Department of Agriculture regulates, monitors, or assists with the following areas: grocery stores, convenience stores, food warehouses, bottling plants, food processing plants, pet dealers and breeders, animal health, gasoline quality and pump calibration, antifreeze, weights and measures, marketing of Georgia agricultural products domestically and internationally, pesticides, structural pest control, meat processing plants, seed quality, Vidalia onions, state farmers markets, plant diseases, nurseries and garden centers, fertilizer and lime, potting soil; feed, boll weevil eradication, apiaries, Humane Care for Equines Act, bottled water, and other responsibilities."[56]

Current incumbent

General Election


Primary Election Results

  • Republican primary - Uncontested
  • Democratic primary - Uncontested

Commissioner of Labor

See also: Georgia Commissioner of Labor

Duties

The commissioner is the administrative head of the Georgia Department of Labor, which implements the state's labor regulations, operates its unemployment insurance and workforce development programs, and produces research and statistics regarding the state's labor market.

Current incumbent

General Election


Primary Election Results

  • Republican primary - Uncontested
  • Democratic primary - Uncontested

Public Service Commission (2 seats)

See also: Georgia Public Service Commission

Duties

Public service commissioners are responsible for making regulations covering Georgia's electric, gas, telecommunications and intrastate transportation firms. State law also gives the commission the power to hear complaints against public utilities, require utilities to maintain certain services or facilities, and "examine the affairs" of utilities and "keep informed of their general condition."[59]

Current incumbent (District 1)

Everett is unopposed for re-election.

Current incumbent (District 4)

General Election (District 1)

General Election (District 4)

Lost in the Primary (District 4)


Primary Election Results

  • Republican primary
Georgia Public Service Commissioner, Republican Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngBubba McDonald Incumbent 62.3% 318,205
Doug Kidd 20.8% 106,474
Craig Lutz 16.9% 86,189
Total Votes 510,868
Election Results Via:Georgia Secretary of State Election Results.
  • Democratic primary - Uncontested

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