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:

â–ºCOMPLETE RESULTS: Click here for the latest numbers

GEORGIA GOVERNOR RACE

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."

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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.

STATE AMENDMENTS

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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

STATE REFERENDUMS

Referendum A - Home Exemptions -- PASSED

Referendum B Disabled Home Exemption -- PASSED

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Republican Chris Carr defeated Democrat Charlie Bailey, 52% to 48%.

AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER

Republican Gary Black was projected to defeat Democrat Fred Swann.

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

Republican Jim Beck defeated Democrat Janice Laws and Libertarian Donnie Foster

LABOR COMMISSIONER

Republican Mark Butler defeated Democratic Richard Keatley, 53% to 47%.

OTHER RACES

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