Incumbent Denny Wayne Robinson won the Republican Primary for White County Executive Tuesday.
Robinson beat challenger Joe Hallums Tuesday with more than 5,000 voters casting ballots. Robinson finished with 55 percent of the vote to Hallums’ 44.9 percent.
Incumbent Sheriff Steve Page moved on capturing 67.5 percent of the votes in the sheriff’s primary Tuesday while John Ford finished second.
In the White County Commission race, incumbents found the sledding tough Tuesday. In District Three, Robert McCormick led the three candidates vying for two spots with 40 percent of the vote. Becky Golden finished second at 33.84 percent. Lonnie Crouch finished third.
The district five race saw Jordan Cocke finish first with 54 percent of the tally Tuesday. Thomas Margeson finished second at 25.8 percent. Incumbent Dillard Quick finished third at 19.9 percent.
White County Commission District Six saw Roger Mason capture the most votes Tuesday night with 35 percent of the votes. Mason moves forward as does Derrick Hutchings at 34.7 percent. Jeff Wright finished third with 30 percent.
Kyle Goff will serve a full term after winning 41 percent of the vote in county commission district seven. He will be joined by Larry Daniels who finished second with 33.3 percent. Incumbent Stanley Neal finished third.
Jerry Sawyer finished 19 votes ahead of JD Humphrey for road superintendent. Lori Jones captured the primary for register of deeds.