Early voting has begun in the Maryland primary.
Voting sites opened Thursday across the state at about 80 different locations. They are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. through next Thursday.
Voters are deciding who the candidates will be in November.
There are more than half a dozen candidates on the ballot to determine the Democratic challenger who will run against Republican Gov. Larry Hogan this fall.
Candidates are also being chosen for the state's eight U.S. House seats and one of Maryland's U.S. Senate seats. All 188 seats in the General Assembly will be decided this year.
Attorney General Brian Frosh and Comptroller Peter Franchot are unchallenged in the primary. Their Republican opponents, Craig Wolf and Anjali Phukan, also are unchallenged.
Absentee ballots can be requested until June 19. The primary is June 26.