ATLANTA -- Voters headed to the polls on Tuesday to decide several highly-anticipated races. Here's who (and what) won in the 2018 Georgia midterm elections.
These are the results of some of the most closely-watched races:
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As of Wednesday afternoon, the gubernatorial race between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams remained in the air. With a little more than 50% of the votes, Kemp claimed victory, but Abrams had not yet conceded, saying "the race is not over."
GEORGIA LT. GOVERNOR RACE
Republican Geoff Duncan defeated Democrat Sarah Amico, 52% to 48%.
6th Congressional District
Republican Karen Handel vs. Democrat Lucy McBath -- not yet officially called, but McBath was claiming victory. Handel has not conceded.
7th Congressional District
With 100% of precincts reporting, Republican Rob Woodall held a lead of less than 111 votes over Democrat Carolyn Bourdeaux. The race has not yet been called.
Amendment 1 - Outdoor Trust Fund -- PASSED
Amendment 2 -- Business Court -- PASSED
Amendment 3 -- Forest Conservation -- PASSED
Amendment 4 -- Marsy's Law -- PASSED
Amendment 5 - School Tax -- PASSED
Referendum A - Home Exemptions -- PASSED
Referendum B Disabled Home Exemption -- PASSED
Republican Chris Carr defeated Democrat Charlie Bailey, 52% to 48%.
Republican Gary Black was projected to defeat Democrat Fred Swann.
Republican Jim Beck defeated Democrat Janice Laws and Libertarian Donnie Foster
Republican Mark Butler defeated Democratic Richard Keatley, 53% to 47%.