They are District 35 State Sen. Donzella James, D-Atlanta; District 38 State Sen. Horacena Tate, D-Atlanta; District 39 State Sen. and Democratic Whip Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta; District 55 State Rep. Tyrone Brooks Sr., D-Atlanta; District 60 State Rep. Keisha Waites, D-Atlanta; District 61 State Rep. Roger Bruce, D-Atlanta; District 62 State Rep. LaDawn Blackett Jones, D-Atlanta; District 63 State Rep. Ronnie Mabra, D-Fayetteville; District 64 State Rep. Virgil Fludd, D-Tyrone; and District 65 State Rep. Sharon Beasley-Teague, D-Red Oak.
Tate faces opposition in the Democratic primary from A. Reginald Crossley, an Atlanta resident and a Fulton County youth commissioner.
All others are running unopposed on May 20.
James will face Republican challenger Francisco X.R. Artley, a Douglasville minister, in November.
Likewise, Fort will defend his seat against Republican Realtor Robert W. Tindall of Buckhead.
District 16 State Sen. and Majority Leader Ronnie Chance, R-Tyrone, has decided not to run.
That leaves the field open for seven Republican hopefuls.
They are D.R. “Bob” Barnard, a builder from Fayetteville; David J. Studdard, and attorney from Fayetteville; Erik A. Manning, a project manager from Peachtree City; Gil B. Williams, a pilot from Tyrone; James W. Clifton, an attorney; M.H. “Marty” Harbin, an insurance agent from Tyrone; and W.G. “Bill” Johnston, an attorney from Griffin.