The following is an ongoing list of known Democratic and non-partisan candidates and incumbents who have announced their intent to be listed on DeKalb County ballots for the June 9, 2020 Primary for U.S. President, U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Public Service Commission, Georgia General Assembly and Local Offices.

This list also includes Democratic incumbents who have not yet announced their retirement from said positions, candidates for non-partisan offices who have received our endorsement, and primary ballot questions. To contact our Campaign & Candidate Support Subcommittee for support or to seek endorsement of your campaign by our Post Committee, click here to fill out our form.

In addition, there will be 6 statewide advisory questions on the ballot as suggested by the Democratic Party of Georgia. These will be advisory and their results will not have the force of law.

To see our 2018 primary candidates, click here. To see candidates in the 2019 municipal elections, click here.

Federal Offices

State Offices (Partisan)

State Offices (Non-Partisan)

DeKalb County (Partisan)

DeKalb County (Non-Partisan)

  • Probate Judge
    • Bedelia C. Hargrove (i)
  • Board of Education District 1
  • Board of Education District 3
    • Kevin Alexander
    • David Manuel
    • Willie R. Mosley Jr.
    • Dierdre Peirce
  • Board of Education District 5
  • Board of Education District 7
    • Joyce “Dr. Joyce” Morley (I)
  • Judge of State Court (to succeed Mike Jacobs)
    • Mike Jacobs (I)
  • Judge of State Court (to succeed Wayne M. Purdom)
    • Wayne M. Purdom (I)
  • Judge of State Court (to succeed Dax E. Lopez)
    • Dax E. Lopez (I)
  • Judge of State Court (to succeed Janis C. Gordon)
    • Janis C. Gordon (I)
  • Associate Judge of State Court (to succeed Keisha R. Storey)
    • Keisha R. Storey (I)
  • Associate Judge of State Court (to succeed Ronald B. Ramsey Sr.)
    • Ronald B. Ramsey Sr. (I)
  • Associate Judge of State Court (to succeed Brian Ross)
    • Brian Ross (I)

Democratic Primary Advisory Questions

  1. Should Georgians work to stop climate change and listen to the scientific community, which recommends immediate action to combat this serious threat to our planet?
  2. Should Georgia enact basic standards to protect our environment from wasteful plastic items that pollute our state?
  3. Should every eligible Georgian be allowed to register to vote on Election Day to make sure everyone can exercise their right to vote?
  4. Should Georgia take partisanship out of the redistricting process and have an independent commission draw district lines instead of politicians?
  5. Should our criminal justice system end the discriminatory cash bail system that allows the wealthy to buy their way out of jail while disadvantaging lower-income Georgians?
  6. Should every Georgian that has served their sentence for a crime they committed be allowed to have their voting rights restored?