GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Voters in Northeast Wisconsin had a number of key local races in Tuesday's primary election.
In the 4th Assembly district Republican race, David Steffen won a 3-way primary over Jeff Goelz and Corrie Campbell. Steffern garnered 59 percent of the vote, while Goelz got 26 percent and 15 percent for Campbell.
For the Brown County Clerk of Courts Republican primary, John Vander Leest was victorious in the four-way race with 63 percent of the vote over Donna Mason with 22 percent, Thomas Smith with 8 percent and Julie Hornburg with 6 percent.
In the Republican primary for Door County Sheriff, Steve Delarwelle defeated Jeffrey Farley, Carl Waterstreet and Chris Neuville with all precincts reporting. Delarwelle garnered 48 percent of the vote.
In the Republican primary for Fond du Lac County Sheriff, incumbent Mick Fink defeated Bill Ledger 75 to 25 percent.
For the Republican primary for Outagamie County Sheriff, incumbent Brad Gehring leads challenger Ron Viaene 78 to 22 percent, with just under half of precincts reporting.
In the Republican primary for Shawano County Sheriff, challenger Adam Bieber knocked off incumbent Randy Wright 52 to 48 percent.
And in the District 13 race for the Outagamie County Board, Leroy Van Asten defeated Jason Fischer 58 to 42 percent.