Georgia held special legislative elections in four legislative districts on January 8. See here for the unofficial election returns. In two of the elections, Libertarians were on the ballot with their party label. Although only Democrats and Republicans can be on the ballot without a 5% petition in regularly-scheduled legislative elections, in special elections anyone can run with no petition. In special elections, parties don’t have nominees.
In the State Senate special election in the 11th district in southwest Georgia, Libertarian Jeffrey G. Bivins ran against five Republicans. He polled 6.48%, placing fourth.
In the State Senate election, 30th district, Libertarian James M. Camp faced one Republican. Camp polled 12.4%.