Gov. Nathan Deal appointed Norris to the job in 2016, filling a newly-created fourth position on the court. Norris also presides over a treatment and accountability court. This will be the first election season for Norris, a former part-time magistrate judge with a private practice.

Athens attorney Lisa Lott qualified to run against Western Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge Regina Quick.

Lott’s campaign website says her 23-year legal career includes work as a prosecutor and public defender, as well as civil litigation and family law in private practice.

Deal appointed Quick to the court in 2017, replacing Judge David Sweat upon his retirement. Quick had served the district as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives and had a private practice for 22 years. She presides over a new parental accountability court, which helps people—mostly fathers—catch up on child support payments while offering help for other problems.

This will be Quick’s first election season as a judge.