Less than 1 percent of Georgia’s registered voters have cast an early ballot for tomorrow’s primary. But, Despite much interest, the non partisan judicial elections are drawing endorsements. Statewide only about 46 thousand people have cast ballots in the runoff for 2 judicial races. One on the State Appeals court and one on the Georgia Supreme Court.
The incumbent is facing his first election since being appointed by Gov. Sonny Perdue. His main challenger has mounted an aggressive campaign aimed squarely at the incumbent's integrity. His other challenger is nowhere to be found.