Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr wins re-election bid
Democrat Jen Jordan concedes Wednesday morning
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - Attorney General Chris Carr was re-elected to another term as the state’s chief law enforcement officer.
Democrat Jen Jordan conceded the race to Carr Wednesday morning. Jordan, who raised $36 million for her campaign, appeared to be Democrats’ top vote getter in Tuesday’s historic 2022 Georgia midterms. With 100% precincts reporting, Carr finished with 53% of the vote to Jordan’s 45% and Libertarian Martin Cowen’s 2%.
Jordan finished with 1,805,886 votes
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Carr was first appointed to the position by then-Gov. Nathan Deal in 2016,, following Sam Olens’ resignation to become president of Kennesaw State University. Carr completed Olens’ unexpired term and won election in his own right in 2018.
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In 2017, Jordan won a special election to Georgia’s 6th Senate district, flipping a Republican seat that includes portions of Fulton and Cobb counties.
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