It's primary time! The election for political parties to decide their candidates in the general election is Tuesday. Kyle Richmond, Public Information Officer for the Government Accountability Board, says in some districts the opposing party is not running a candidate meaning whoever takes the primary will be winning the district.
Which party to vote with can be determined when voters hit the polls, but they must stick to one party and not cross party lines.
"There are people running as independents. If you should choose those then you should make sure you are not marking for a different people," says Richmond.
Turnout is expected to be 15% which is about average in years such as this, when no statewide races are up for grabs.
Richmond says the state Elections Board will be working hard to ensure rapid results in the more hotly contested districts.