Georgia Code Title 21. Elections § 21-2-158

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In any general primary where an unopposed candidate is seeking party nomination for a public office, where such candidate's name appears on the primary ballot but such candidate fails to receive a single vote, such candidate shall not be nominated for such public office and such party shall not have a candidate for that public office on the ballot in the ensuing general election.

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