The only contested statewide race on nonpartisan ballots is for a judgeship on the Georgia Court of Appeals, where Ken Hodges faces Ken Shigley. Some areas have local nonpartisan races for judges, county commissioners and school board members.
Early voting for the primary election began April 30 and lasts until May 18.
The vast majority of voters have pulled partisan ballots so far, according to the Georgia Secretary of State's Office.
Through Wednesday, 46,660 people had voted on Republican Party ballots compared to 41,766 Democratic Party voters. Another 1,782 voters, or 2 percent of the total, used nonpartisan ballots.
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More information: Visit PoliticallyGeorgia.com for full coverage of Georgia's key races.
Early voting began Monday, April 30 for Georgia's primary elections.