Republican and Democratic candidates qualified to run for office in the July primary at the end of April. But other political hopefuls – such as members of the Libertarian Party – had to wait until June 26 to officially get on the state’s November general election ballot.
Why? Georgia law recognizes only two political parties: Democrats and Republicans. Everyone else is defined as an independent, political body or non-partisan candidate.
You can view the full list of candidates, including links to their websites, here.
Also, the Gwinnett Daily Post has a good article on the Libertarian Party candidates.