Democrats running in 2020

Glynn County and Georgia Democrats
who have announced they are
running for office in 2020

Here are the Democratic candidates for county, state and federal office as of Sept. 25, 2019. If you plan to run for office as a Democrat, please email chair@glynndems.org. For a list of current office holders, go to

U.S. Senate: Two seats are open in 2020. One is held by David Perdue, the Republican who is seeking re-election. The term is for 2021-2026. The other seat is held by Republican Johnny Isakson, who has announced his retirement effective Dec. 31, 2019. That partial term will be from 2021 through 2022.

Candidates:
Teresa Tomlinson, former mayor of Columbus, GA.
Ted Terry, mayor of Clarkston, GA.
Sarah Riggs Amico, business executive
Jon Ossoff, former congressional aide and candidate

U.S. House District 1
Lisa Ring
Barbara Seidman

State Legislature, District 167
Cedric King

State Legislature, District 179
Julie Jordan

State offices

Public Service Commission
Two seats up for re-election

Glynn County Offices

  • Glynn County Board of Commissioners
    • District 1:
    • District 2:
    • District 5:
    • At-large Post 2:
  • Other County Offices
    • District Attorney:
    • Judge of Probate Court:
    • State Court Clerk:
    • Superior Court Clerk:
    • Sheriff:
    • Tax Commissioner:
    • Surveyor:
    • Coroner:
    • Magistrate:
    • Solicitor of State Court:
  • Glynn County Board of Education
    • District 1:
    • District 3:
    • At large, Post 2:
  • City of Brunswick (nonpartisan)
    • Board of commissioners 2019
      • North Ward commissioner, held by John Cason, who is seeking re-election in 2019
      • South Ward commissioner, held by Julie T. Martin, who is seeking re-election in 2019
      • The other two commissioner seats come up for re-election in 2021