MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. — Baldwin County voters will decide three races in their May county election.
Danny Register is challenging incumbent Sammy Hall for the District 3 county commission seat.
Register is a Democrat, Hall is a Republican and both men are retired.
Also, two Democrats are running against Johnny Westmoreland in county commission District 5.
They are Amy Burt, a college professor, and Kelvin Butts, an educator.
Westmoreland is a Republican and retired.
And Hoganne Harrison Walton, a Democrat, is running against Republican incumbent Skye Gess for solicitor general.
Walton is an attorney.
Also, Kendrick Butts will join the county commission unopposed in District 2. He is a electrical and instrumentaition technician and a Democrat.
Voters in the Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit will decide a district attorney race between T. Wright Barksdale and Carl Cansino. The district includes Baldwin, Hancock, Putnam, Jones and Wilkinson counties.
Stephen Bradley is leaving the DA job to run for a superior court judge's job.
Most county elected officials will be re-elected without opposition, including:
Baldwin County commission: Emily Davis, District 1; and Henry Craig, District 4.
Superior Court clerk Mitch Longino
Coroner John Gonzalez
Probate judge Todd Blackwell
Surveyor James Smith
Board of education: Shannon Hill, District 2; Lynwood Chandler, District 3; John Noah Jacksonk District 4.
Chief Magistrate Shane Geeter.
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