Georgians went to the polls Tuesday to vote in a variety of runoff elections. (Click here for a voter's guide).

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9:03 pm -- Kemp addresses his supporters.

8:48 pm -- Gov. Nathan Deal congratulates Kemp on his victory:

8:40 pm -- Associated Press declares Kemp the winner.

8:34 pm -- Cagle concedes race to Kemp, calls to congratulate him.

8:24 pm -- Kemp 66%, Cagle 34%

8:15 pm -- Kemp 65%, Cagle 35%, with 15% reporting.

7:55 pm -- Kemp 62%, Cagle 38%, with 7% reporting.

7:47 pm -- Kemp, 62%, Cagle 38%, with 2% precincts reporting.

7:38 pm -- Kemp's lead widens further, 59% to 41%. No metro Atlanta counties reporting.

7:31 pm -- Kemp's lead widens to 57% to 43% with 1 percent still reporting.

7:17 pm -- Kemp's lead narrows to 52% over Cagle's 48%.

7:14 pm -- Kemp jumps out to an early lead over Cagle, 54% to 46%, with 1 percent of precincts reporting.

7 pm -- Polls close throughout Georgia.

5:18 pm -- Some metro Atlanta voters reported trouble voting at their polling locations on Tuesday.

11:30 a.m. UPDATE - Casey Cagle tweets a message insisting he will "make sure @JulioJones_11 reports to training camp" if he's elected governor.

Jones is in the middle of a contract dispute with the Atlanta Falcons.

9:30 a.m. UPDATE - President Donald Trump tweeted a message of support for Brian Kemp, days after his endorsement of the gubernatorial candidate.

8:30 a.m. UPDATE - Brian Kemp touts his support and endorsement by President Trump.

7 a.m. UPDATE - Polls open in Georgia.



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