While there's not a lot of primary action for State House seats compared to recent election cycles, there's still plenty going out there in some areas - most notable in the Grand Strand.
What seems to be the most-contested House seat in the state is House District 105 in Horry County, which is now centered around Conway after losing its Myrtle Beach area precincts to a new House district.
After two terms, Rep. George Hearn is calling it a day, creating an open seat contest with SIX candidates competing in the GOP primary for this Republican trending district: Kevin Hardee, Mike Connett, Bert Von Herman, Liz Gilland, William Wiegand and Blake Hewitt.
With a crowded field like this, there's no telling who will come out on top, but it's bound to be a heated contest.
But the contest for House 105 won't be the only one in the area, with open seat contests in three adjacent House districts: District 58, which was recently relocated from the Pee Dee region, and District 68, which was vacated by former Rep. Thad Viers, along a three-way race for, and District 104, where Rep. Tracy Edge faces two primary challengers.