Only District 8 Commissioner Wayne Guilfoyle escaped opposition. The elections in districts 2 and 10 garnered two candidates each, while the District 4 race drew four candidates.
The District 6 race to replace two-term Commissioner Joe Jackson, who is term-limited, attracted five candidates, including a former Republican Party official from the Alleluia Community, Bob Finnegan, and newspaper publisher and activist Ben Hasan.
Also signing up to run in the “swing” district, where blacks and whites are almost evenly distributed, were pastor and radio personality Angela Harden and longtime county government employee Roger Garvin.
If no candidate in a race garners more than 50 percent of votes May 20, a runoff will be held July 22.
One-term Super District 10 Commissioner Grady Smith will defend against a single challenger, attorney Brandon Dial.
In District 2, longtime former NAACP branch President Dennis Williams faces Cleveland Garrison, a businessman and one of five pastors seeking local elected office May 20.
Longtime neighborhood activist Sammie Sias is running again for the District 4 seat held by Alvin Mason, who is running for mayor.
Sias faces the Rev. Melvin Ivey, a member of the activist group the Baptist Ministers Conference of Augusta; former Wrens Councilwoman Tomasenia Jackson; and Gwen Watts, a college instructor and small businesswoman.