|Elections in Georgia|
Several elections are planned to take place in the U.S. state of Georgia in 2022. The general election will be held on November 8, 2022, with runoffs to be held at a later date for those races which are not yet decided by majority vote. All of Georgia's executive officers and legislative seats, as well as one seat on the Georgia Public Service Commission, will be up for election as well as one of Georgia's seats in the United States Senate and all of Georgia's seats in the United States House of Representatives.
This will be the first election following the 2020 United States redistricting cycle.
Following the 2020 election, Democrats held their largest share of Georgia congressional seats since 2008 (and largest in the post-2010 redistricting cycle), with the gain of the 7th district by Carolyn Bourdeaux. In addition, the number of women representing Georgia grew from 1 to 4 with the re-election of Democrat Lucy McBath and the elections of Democrats Bordeaux, Nikema Williams and Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene, resulting in the first Georgia delegation with more than one woman in membership.
Main article: 2022 United States Senate election in Georgia
Incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock won the 2020–2021 special election against incumbent Republican Kelly Loeffler to fill the remainder of former Sen. Johnny Isakson's term. (Isakson had resigned at the end of 2019, and Loeffler was appointed by Governor Brian Kemp following Isakson's resignation.) No candidate in the open election on November 3 received the 50% required by Georgia law to avoid a runoff, a type of election colloquially known as a "jungle primary"—Warnock received just 32.9% of the vote—and so a runoff election between Warnock and Loeffler was held on January 5, 2021, which Warnock won with 51% of the vote.
Former Republican senator David Perdue, who lost his race to Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff in 2021, filed paperwork to run for this seat. A week after filing the paperwork, however, Perdue announced that he would not pursue another race for the Senate. Loeffler is considering running again, while former U.S. Representative Doug Collins declined to run after heavy speculation that he would enter the race. Herschel Walker, a professional football player, announced in August 2021 that he would join the Republican primary.
Main article: 2022 Georgia gubernatorial election
Governor Brian Kemp was elected in 2018 with 50.2% of the vote. He is running for re-election. He faces a primary challenge from former Democratic State Representative Vernon Jones and educator Dr. Kandiss Taylor.
Potential Democratic candidates include former minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives and Democratic nominee for governor in 2018 Stacey Abrams and incumbent Mayor of Atlanta Keisha Lance Bottoms.
Main article: 2022 Georgia lieutenant gubernatorial election
Republican candidates currently declared include State Senators Butch Miller and Burt Jones and Republican activist Jeanne Seaver. Republican incumbent Geoff Duncan declined to run for a second term.
Democratic State Representatives Erick Allen, Derrick Jackson, and Renitta Shannon and have all declared their candidacy, along with Kolbey Gardner, a political strategist as have Jason Hayes, Bryan Miller, and Ben Turner.
Main article: 2022 Georgia Secretary of State election
Republican Congressman Jody Hice and former Alpharetta mayor David Belle Isle have announced their candidacies. Other potential Republican candidates include incumbent Brad Raffensperger.
State Representative Bee Nguyen, former Darton State College professor Manswell Peterson, and former Fulton County Commission Chair John Eaves have declared their candidacies for the Democratic nomination.
Main article: 2022 Georgia Attorney General election
Republican incumbent Attorney General Chris Carr is running for re-election.
Declared Democratic candidates include former Fulton County Senior Assistant District Attorney and 2018 Democratic nominee Charlie Bailey  and Democratic State Senator Jen Jordan.
Mark Butler (R) is the Republican incumbent Labor Commissioner. Republican State Senator Bruce Thompson has filed paperwork to run for the position.
Declared Democratic candidates for Labor Commissioner include State Representative William Boddie, State Senator Lester Jackson, and entrepreneur and activist Nicole Horn.
Incumbent Republican Superintendent Richard Woods is running.
Incumbent Republican Insurance Commissioner John King is running. 
Democratic State Representative Matthew Wilson has declared his candidacy. 2018 Democratic nominee Janice Laws is another potential Democratic candidate.
Incumbent Republican Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black has declined to run for re-election to run for the U.S. Senate. Republican State Senator Tyler Harper has declared his candidacy to run. Farmer Nakita Hemingway has declared her candidacy for the Democratic nomination.
Incumbent Republican Commissioner Tim Echols is running for another term.
Consumer advocate and consultant Patty Durand is running for the Democratic nomination.
On July 21, 2021, Republican Fitz Johnson was appointed by Governor Kemp to fill a vacancy. Johnson, now incumbent, will run in a special election to serve the remainder of that term. 
All 56 State Senate and 180 State House seats are up for election.
9 out of 49 judicial circuits will hold elections for district attorney.
Three seats on the Supreme Court of Georgia will be up for nonpartisan statewide election to succeed justices David Nahmias, Carla W. McMillian and Shawn Ellen LaGrua.
During the regular primary, most counties and several consolidated city-county governments will hold nonpartisan elections for mayor, select city council or county commission seats, and select board of education seats, including Columbus, Athens, and Augusta.