In state Legislative District 4, only a single Democratic candidate will be eliminated in the primary in August.
A three-way race for the two seats in the House of Representatives has two Democrats: Administrative assistant Charlene Fernandez and San Luis council member Jose Suarez will face LD4 Rep. Lisa Otondo in the primary.
Current LD4 Rep. Juan Carlos Escamilla is not seeking another term.
The two Democrats to emerge from the primary will face insurance agent Richard Hopkins, a Republican, in the general election.
The expansive district, which reaches all the way to Yuma, will also have Republican Connie Uribe, a retired surgeon, challenging LD4 Sen. Lynne Pancrazi in the general election.