Georgia is holding its primary runoff tonight, and our guide to the key races can be found here. Polls close at 7:00 PM ET and we'll be bringing you the results as they come in. You can keep track of the winners below.
4:20 PM PT: Results are trickling in statewide.
4:26 PM PT: GA-11: About 3,000 votes are in and state Sen. Barry Loudermilk is crushing former Rep. Bobb Barr 71-29. The results are all form Cherokee County, where Loudermilk led 40-27 in the primary. Early but awful sign for Barr.
4:35 PM PT: GA-Sen: It's too early to make any conclusions with only 23,000 votes counted. Kingston doesn't need to win the Atlanta area but he needs to make sure he doesn't get crushed there like he did in the primary. So far the signs are mixed. In large Cherokee County Perdue leads 55-45, as opposed to 31-12 in the primary. However, in Hall County, Perdue leads 61-39, as opposed to 37-19.
What Perdue needs to do is vacuum up enough of the Atlanta area voters who backed Handel, Gingrey, or Broun in the first round to shut Kingston out of the area. So far it's not clear if he can do this or not.
4:40 PM PT (Steve Singiser): GA-10: While it's still pretty early in the count, we do have around 7000 votes counted in the 10th district, being vacated by failed Senate hopeful Paul Broun. Here, evangelical radio host Jody Hice holds a 56-44 lead over trucking executive (and congressional progeny) Mike Collins.
4:49 PM PT: GA-Sen: About 60,000 votes are counted, representing about 10 percent of the votes cast in May (there should be fewer votes this time) and Kingston leads 52-48.
4:50 PM PT (Steve Singiser): GA-01: The only district in the Peach State with two runoffs tonight is the Savannah-based first. Only a smattering of precincts are in, and neither of the big counties are reporting votes, but we are starting to see some space between the two GOP contenders. State senator Buddy Carter has forged the early advantage (56-44) over physician Bob Johnson. On the Democratic side, Some Dude Brian Reese leads Some Dude (Dude-ette?) Amy Tavio 57-43. In a sign of how red the early territory is, there have been 3300 votes tallied on the GOP side, versus a whopping 485 on the Democratic side.
5:02 PM PT: GA-11: Things continue to look bleak for Barr. three out of four counties are reporting some votes, and Loudermilk is beating him in each one. Loudermilk currently leads 65-35 districtwide.