ATLANTA -- Voters in Georgia State Senate District 32 go to the polls Tuesday to replace Judson Hill.
Democrat Christine Triebsch faces off against Republican Kay Kirkpatrick in the race to replace Hill, who resigned to mount an ultimately unsuccessful 6th district congressional race.
The district covers much of east Cobb County and parts of north Fulton County.
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One thing that could make things more confusing for voters is that there are portions of State Senate District 32 that are not in the 6th US Congressional District -- which means everyone who is eligible to vote in Tuesday's runoff election is not necessarily eligible to vote in next month's runoff election. The reverse is also true: there are voters who are eligible to vote in next month's Congressional runoff who are not eligible to vote in Tuesday's State Senate runoff. Finally, there are a number of voters who are eligible to vote in both runoff elections.
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Voters are encouraged to check the Secretary of State's 'My Voter Page' at the Secretary of State's official website to determine if they are eligible to vote in Tuesday's runoff. At that page, voters may check their registration status, view a sample ballot and find their polling location. On Tuesday, the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
We will have full results from Tuesday's runoff after the polls close.
Take a look at the map below to see the official boundaries of State Senate District 32.