Jordan surpasses incumbent Carr in the race for Ga’s Attorney General.
ATLANTA (AP) — Not all the political money in Georgia is going to the incumbent governor showdown between Republican incumbent Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams, or the U.S. Senate race where Republican challenger Herschel Walker is trying to unseat incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock. But some of the candidates on the lower ballot are running on far fewer dollars, as they announced results Friday for the two months ending June 30.
Attorney General Jen Jordan’s Democratic challenger edged out Republican incumbent Chris Carr. Meanwhile, Democratic Secretary of State Bee Nguyen has raised less than incumbent Republican Brad Raffensperger, but brought more money into the bank.