On Aug. 21, voting in three Gwinnett County runoff elections will take place at all regular precincts from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
If you voted in the Democratic primary, you will not be allowed to vote in the Republican runoff. There is no Democratic runoff.
Voters who did not cast ballots in the general primary or voted a nonpartisan ballot may elect to vote in the Republican runoff. There are two judicial races and Gwinnett Commission District 3 on the ballot.
In Commission District 3, incumbent got 47 percent of the vote, not quite close enough to avoid a runoff in what had been a full field of four. He will face second-place finisher Tommy Hunter in the runoff on Tuesday.
In the Superior Court race, Kathy Schrader and Tracey Mason Blasi face off in a race to replace Dawson Jackson.
In the state Court race, attorneys Emily Brantley and Pam Britt face off in Tuesday's runoff.
Sample ballots are available on the Secretary of State's My Voter Page (MVP).