Jill Lodewegen won the Republican nomination for Waupaca County clerk.
In the four-way primary Tuesday, Lodewegen received 1,659 votes, according to the unofficial tally provided by the county clerk’s office.
In the clerk’s race, Jackie Beyer received 1,451 votes, Kay Suehs 1,258 and Don Aasen 368.
Lodewegen will face Colleen McCoy in the Nov. 8 general election.
McCoy, who ran unopposed iln the Democratic primary, garnered 1,518 votes.
The winner of the county clerk’s race will replace Mary Robbins Will, who is retiring after 27 years in office.
In the Republican primary for county treasurer, Mark Sether received 2,598 votes, defeating his challenger Sheri Wieters who got 2,070.
Sether will not face opposition in the general election.
Assistant District Attorney Veronica Isherwood, who ran unopposed in the Republican primary, received 4,114 Tuesday in her bid for district attorney.
Incumbent District Attorney John Snider declined to run for re-election this year.
In the general election, Isherwood will face Robert Forseth, who received 1,541 votes in the Democratic primary.
State Rep. Kevin Petersen received 4,444 votes in Waupaca County’s Republican primary.
Dmitri Martin, who is challenging Petersen for the 40th Assembly District, received 1,440 votes in the Democratic primary.
Republican State Sen. Luther Olsen garnered 3,548 votes in Waupaca County, while Waupaca Mayor Brian Smith, received 1,433 votes in the Democratic primary.
Smith is running against Olsen to represent the 14th District in the state Senate.
Mike Gallagher won Republican nomination for U.S. House 8th District with 74 percent of the votes.
Districtwide, Gallagher received 40,150 votes, defeating Frank Lasee, who garnered 10,683, and Terry McNulty 3,103.
In Waupaca County, Gallagher also took the lion’s share of the primary votes. He received 3,580, Lasee 899 and McNulty 257.
Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson ran unopposed in the Democratic primary for the congressional seat.
Nelson and Gallagher will face off in the general election.
In the race for the U.S. Senate, former Sen. Russ Feingold defeated his opponent, Scott Harbach, with 90 percent of the vote. He will face incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson in the November election.