- Senate: Jack Kingston (R) defeated in runoff
- 1st Congressional District: Buddy Carter (R) advances to general election
- 10th Congressional District: Mike Collins (R) defeated in runoff
BIPAC Action Fund endorsed candidate Rep. Jack Kingston lost the GOP primary runoff against former Dollar General CEO Dave Perdue. Perdue ran as the political outsider candidate and won by less than two points. Perdue now faces Michelle Nunn (D) in a competitive general election and this is projected to be a very close race.
1st: BIPAC Action Fund endorsed candidate state Sen. Buddy Carter defeated Bob Johnson in the GOP primary runoff for the 1st Congressional seat to succeed Rep. Kingston. Carter had the backing of the business community, while Johnson was backed by the Senate Conservatives Fund and was running as the Tea Party oriented candidate. This is a safe Republican seat and Carter is expected to easily win the general election.
10th: BIPAC Action Fund endorsed candidate businessman Mike Collins lost the GOP primary runoff in the race to succeed Rep. Paul Broun (R). Collins was defeated by Baptist Pastor and radio talk show host Jody Hice. Hice had been backed by the Tea Party Leadership Fund PAC. This is a safe Republican seat and Hice is expected to be the next Congressman from the 10th district.
11th: In the 11th district, state Senator Barry Loudermilk beat former Congressman Bob Barr in the GOP runoff election to succeed Rep. Phil Gingrey (R), who lost his bid for the Senate. Loudermilk had the backing of several conservative groups including the Tea Party Express, the Tea Party Leadership Fund and Freedomworks. Loudermilk faces no opposition in the November general.