CL's 2014 primary election guide 

Your one-stop for info about round one of metro Atlanta's congressional, state, and county races

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Who can vote: Voters in parts of Midtown, Virginia-Highland, Old Fourth Ward, Capitol View, and Sylvan Hills

Why It Matters: Reynoldstown consultant Simone Bell, who five years ago became the first openly gay African-American state lawmaker, has fought to block anti-LGBT legislation under the Gold Dome. But she'll have to fend off Sylvan Hills attorney Erica Long, wife of former state Rep. Ralph Long, who lost to Bell during the last election in the wake of redistricting — and who allegedly told Bell he'd primary her if she didn't support his county commission race.

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