A number of Republican contested Jefferson County Government positions voted on during August Primary

(Jefferson County) Voters in Jefferson County got to decide on who they would like to serve in a handful of county government positions during the August Primary Election.

Jeannie Goff took the Republican nomination for the county clerk’s office defeating Jeremy Day 17,753 votes to 8,428 votes.

Goff says it feels great to get passed the Primary Election and she’s looking forward to the upcoming November election.

Goff will be opposed by Democrat Tracy Johnson in November.

For Circuit Clerk, Republican incumbent Mike Reuter beat Gary Davis with 65 percent of the vote.

Reuter will not have an opponent during November’s General Election.

Republican incumbent Debbie Dunnegan-Waters will continue her role as Recorder of Deeds after beating Jason Dutton 16,614 votes compared to 9,236. Dunnegan-Waters will be unopposed in the General Election.

Michelle Worth re-secured her office as county collector, getting the Republican nomination over Shannon Roden with 18,241 votes to 7,705 votes. Worth will not have an opponent during November’s General Election.

And for county auditor, Republican incumbent Kristy Apprill defeated Michael Minicky with 64 percent of the vote. Apprill says she has a lot instore for her next term.

Apprill will be unopposed in the November election.