Georgia’s twice-delayed primary elections are now scheduled for June 9.
In DeKalb, local races will include primaries for two county commission races, as well as for tax commissioner.
Two separate races for sheriff will also be included.
One is a special election that will fill the unexpired term of former Sheriff Jeffrey Mann, who retired late last year. The winner of that nonpartisan race will serve as sheriff until the end of 2020.
The second measure on the ballot will be a Democratic primary that will help decide who DeKalb’s next full-term sheriff will be. The primary winner will take on a lone Republican candidate in November’s general election.