Janet Coveny of Warsaw, deputy clerk of the Wyoming County Board of Supervisors, was the winner Tuesday of the Republican nomination for county clerk.
Ms. Coveny, who received 859 votes, defeated four other candidates for right to be the GOP candidate in the November elections.
Other candidates and their votes were: Tamara Donohue of Warsaw, deputy county clerk, 538 votes; Cheryl Mayer of Pike, an administrative assistant to County Administrator Kevin DeFebbo, 399 votes; Ellen Grant of Bennington, fiscal manager in the Wyoming County Mental Health Department, 325 votes; and Mark Cali of Perry, an insurance agent, 273 votes.
Mrs. Mayer was the endorsed candidate of the Wyoming County Republican Committee. Ms. Donohue has the endorsement of the Wyoming County Democratic Committee and has filed petitions to run in November as the Independence and Right to Life candidate.
Kelly Fendick was the winner Tuesday of a three-way primary for the Republican Party nomination for Warsaw town clerk. She received 247 votes.
Billie Jo Keough, the endorsed GOP candidate, received 181 votes and the current clerk, Mary Jones, who is not seeking re-election, received 78 write-in votes.