…but not Recorder Huff
While four county officials have filed for re-election, one has decided not to.
In a letter to county commissioners, Nancy Huff says she has enjoyed her 24 years working as county recorder, however, she will not run for another four-year term.
Huff says about a year ago she started to think it was time to make a change and pursue other interests.
“It was not a light decision, it was very difficult. Back in 1986 the voters gave me their full trust with their records. That’s a huge honor and I have so much respect for this office,” she adds.
Huff says being a county recorder has given her the opportunity to meet and work with a lot of great people.
Two employees in the recorder’s office have expressed interest in the position.
Secretary Eva Adams and senior technical clerk Sheryl Asmus filed on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Sheriff Mike Gormley; Auditor-treasurer John Thompson; County Attorney Brian Roverud; and District 4 Commissioner Tom Loveall will have their names on the ballot in November.
All positions are four-year terms.
If more than two candidates file, a primary election to determine the top two will take place on Aug. 10, the same day other primaries are held throughout the state.
The filing fee for each office is $50 and the deadline to file is June 1.