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GEORGIA

State At-Large Delegates and RNC Members

34

District Delegates

42

Total Delegates

76

Allocation of the State At-Large Delegates and the RNC Members


1. If a candidate gets majority of the statewide vote (50% + 1), the
candidate gets all statewide delegates.
2. Candidates getting 20% or more of the statewide vote receive will be
allocated delegates; an example is provided below.
3. If no candidate gets at least 20%, the threshold drops to 15%; if no
candidate gets at least 15%, the threshold drops to at least 10%.
4. The three RNC members are included when calculating the
allocation and are the first three delegates assigned to the statewide
winner after allocation
5. Allocation of alternates corresponds to the delegate allocation;
there are no alternates for the three RNC members.

Example:
Round #1
% of State Wide Total

Delegate Rounded

Candidate A

20%

6.8

Candidate B

25%

8.5

Candidate C

30%

10.2

10

Allocation Round #1

26

Remaining Delegates

Round #2
% of State Wide Total

Delegate Rounded

Candidate A

20%

1.6

Candidate B

25%

Candidate C

30%

2.4

Allocation Round #2

Remaining Delegates

Round #3
% of State Wide

Delegate Rounded

Candidate A

20%

0.4

Candidate B

25%

0.5

Candidate C

30%

0.6

Allocation #3

Remaining Delegates

Allocation of the District Delegates and Alternates


1. There is no threshold
2. If a candidate gets majority of the district vote (50% + 1), the
candidate gets all 3 delegates (and the corresponding alternates).
3. If no candidate gets a majority of the district vote, the first place
finisher in the district gets 2 delegates (and the corresponding
alternates) and the second place finisher gets 1 delegate (and the
corresponding alternate).