The Atlanta Jewish Times guide to the primary election will help you sort through some of the most important candidates on the May 22 ballot, whether your focus is on the successor to Gov. Nathan Deal, the latest efforts to flip the 6th Congressional District or the chances of increasing Jewish representation in the state government. Maybe, if you’re on the fence about whether to vote in the Democratic or the Republican primary, this sampling of key candidates will help you decide. Just remember that we’ll be back with more information for any runoff in July before the general election in November.


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