Georgia congressional candidates enter balloting for 2024 elections.(Part-2)

Singleton emphasizes his conservative stance in the state legislature and as McCormick's congressional chief of staff, which angered House leadership. He stated, “Hopes and dreams don’t achieve anything in our form of government.” “You must we must work.

McBath is running in her third significantly different district in six years, including Cobb, Douglas, Fulton, and Fayette counties. Republicans targeted her previous district in 2021 redistricting. Lowering medicine pricing, health care, workforce training, and gun control will be her priorities.

“We keep having these discussions over and over, but I'm happy to represent any constituent,” McBath said of her redrawn district. I'm glad to keep working. As I have in every election, I will not let hardline Republicans decide when my time in Congress ends. Let the people decide.”

McBath faces Cobb County Commissioner Jerica Richardson and South Fulton state Rep. Mandisha Thomas in the Democratic primary.

Scott's district now includes Rockdale, Clayton, Newton, and Gwinnett counties, a major change. He wants his 12th term in Congress despite health concerns.

On Monday, Scott said he intended to serve another term to increase financing for historically Black agricultural colleges like Fort Valley State University and housing help.

Marcus Flowers, who lost to Marjorie Taylor Greene in northwest Georgia's 14th District, is challenging Scott in the Democratic primary.

A Georgia Supreme Court race will also be fought. Former Democratic U.S. Rep. John Barrow challenged Republican Gov. Brian Kemp's 2022 appointment of Georgia Court of Appeals Justice Andrew Pinson to the high court. Nonpartisan judicial elections.

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