The top two candidates for the position came down to incumbent Brian Brannon and Grant Walraven.
Brannon didn’t obtain the majority needed to clinch his position as Clerk of Superior Court and received a total of 3,215 votes, which gave him 44.68 percent of the over all votes cast.
Grant Walraven followed with 2,685 votes, giving him a total of 37.31 percent.
The position will be decided between these two men in the August 21 runoff election, and early voting will begin August 13.
The top two candidates for Republican Chief Magistrate came down to incumbent John C. Leggett and runner up Ricky Silvers.
Leggett is the only attorney running for the position and received 2,759 votes with a total of 38.78 percent.
Ricky Silvers barely came through by receiving 1,387 votes, which equals 19.5 percent of all votes cast.
Leggett who fell short of the 50 plus one percent needed to clench the position, and will have to face Silvers on August 21 in the runoff election for the Chief Magistrate position.
Scott Haynes ran as the unopposed Democrat candidate.
The runoff election on August 21, and will decide who runs against Scott Haynes in the November election.
The early voting for the runoff election will begin August 13.