Live updates: Here are your Henry County Primary Election results

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By Taylor Riley

This story will be updated.

Henry County voters in the primary election today will decide the outcome of five local contests.
Democrats may participate in selecting the countywide candidate who will appear on the general election ballot in November in races involving both the judge-executive and the jailer. Democrats will also choose among three candidates vying to unseat U.S. House Rep. Thomas Massey in the fall.
Two Democrats filed for the judge-executive office with the county clerk including incumbent John Logan Brent and challenger Glenn Baxter.
On the Republican ballot, voters will choose between Bonnie Martin-Duke and Danny Cravens for judge-executive.
In terms of races for contests for the nomination for magistrate candidates, two primary races have emerged.
Two Democrats filed in District 4, including Chuck Smith and Hugh McBurney. The winner will face the incumbent, Terri Cummings, a Republican, who was not challenged in the primary.
Two Republicans filed in District 5 in the hopes of challenging incumbent Mike Fisher, a Democrat, in the fall. They are Richard Steele and Jamie Tingle.
Two candidates will seek the role of Henry County’s jailer on the Democratic ballot, including the incumbent, Scott Southworth, and challenger, Wesley Morrison.
In terms of the U.S. House race, Democrats will have a choice of Seth B. Hall, Christina Lord and Patti Piatt.