Republican incumbent Elaine Boyer will face opposition within her own party in the race for the District 1 seat on the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners.
Larry Danese will challenge Boyer in the July 31 primary, according to information from the DeKalb County election's office.
Danese served as Kathie Gannon's representative on the county's planning commission before challenging Boyer for the District 1 seat in 2008 as a Democrat.
Boyer won in the general election by a 59 to 41 percent margin.
Both candidates signed up for the partisan race through the county's Republican Party, according to the DeKalb County election's office.
The window to qualify for partisan and non-partisan races closed Friday at noon.
Boyer is not the only incumbent commissioner to face a challenge in the primary. Democrat CEO Burrell Ellis has two Democratic challengers. Jerome Edmondson and Gregory Adams will face Ellis in the primary.
Meanwhile, District 4 incumbent Sharon Barnes-Sutton, D, will Steve Bradshaw and Clyburn Halley in the primary election, according to the DeKalb County election's office.
District 5 incumbent Lee May, D, will face Kenneth Samuel, Gina Mangham and Andre White in the primary.
In District 6, Incumbent Kathie Gannon, D, and Edmond Richardson will face each other in the primary.
Perhaps the most watched issues will be the and the Brookhaven cityhood referendum.
Here are the candidates for other partisan races in DeKalb County: (I) indicates the candidate is an incumbent.
Berryl Anderson (I)
CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT
Debra Deberry (I)
Oretha Brown Johnson
Thomas Brown (I)
Sherry Boston (I)
Claudia Lawson (I)
Melvin Allen Tukes