Early voting in Fayette set to begin May 18 with 2 polling places

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Though largely subdued this year, advanced (in-person) voting for the numerous contests on the ballot is just around the corner.

Fayette County Elections Supervisor Floyd Jones announced that advanced, in-person voting for the June 9 Presidential Preference Primary, the general primary and the non-partisan and special elections will begin on May 18.

Voting times are as follows:

• Monday-Friday, May 18-22 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

• Tuesday-Friday, May 26-29 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

• Saturday, May 30 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

• Monday-Friday, June 1-5 from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Advanced, in-person voting locations will include the Fayette County Elections Office, located at 140 Stonewall Avenue, Suite 209A in Fayetteville, and at the Peachtree City Library, located at 201 Willowbend Road.

There will be no early voting on May 25 due to a federal holiday, Memorial Day.

Here are the candidates in local contested races on the ballots:

CANDIDATES IN LOCAL CONTESTED RACES FOR THE JUNE 9, 2020 GENERAL PRIMARY and NONPARTISAN ELECTION

Board of Education, District 3 Republican ballot

Scott A. Hollowell (R) (Incumbent)

Marion Key (R)

Cornelius M. Sullivan, Jr. (R)

Board of Education, District 5 Republican ballot

Brian Anderson (R) (Incumbent)

Mike Krehbiel (R)

County Commissioner, District 1 Republican ballot

Sonja Renee Gibson (R)

Eric K. Maxwell (R) (Incumbent)

County Commissioner, District 2 Republican ballot

Bennett Lee Hearn (R)

Randy C. Ognio (R) (Incumbent)

County Commissioner, District 5 Republican ballot

Charles W. Oddo (R) (Incumbent)

Ann Wittenberg (R)

William Yarde (R)

Magistrate Judge, District 1 (non-partisan, on all ballots)

Christy A. Dunkelberger (NP) (Incumbent)

Pamela S. Patterson (NP)

Magistrate Judge, District 2 (non-partisan, on all ballots)

Sheila Susanne Huddleston (NP)

Kathy Brown Valencia (NP) (Incumbent)

Magistrate Judge, District 4 (non-partisan, on all ballots)

Natalie Ashman (NP)

James A. White (NP) (Incumbent)

Other candidates on the ballots are unopposed in either the primary or nonpartisan elections.