Macomb County voters will take to the polls Aug. 7 to determine who will advance to the Nov. 6 general election.
Below are the positions up for election and the candidates who are seeking office:
Sheriff Anthony Wickersham and challenger Greg Stone comprise the Democrat and most recognizable candidates for lead law enforcement role. Republicans Kristi Dean, Bryan Ede, Roland Fraschetti, Steve Thomas and Todd Woodcox round out the Republican candidates.
Democrat Darcy Jakubowski will try to unseat longtime Clerk Carmella Sabaugh, also a Democrat, in the primary election to eventually face Republican Debera Guenther in November.
Incumbent Eric Smith, a Democrat, and Republican Michael Wrathell are running for the position. There are no same-party challengers for the primary election.
Republicans Larry Rocca and Erin Stahl will square off in the primaries to face incumbent Ted Wahby, a Democrat in the November election.
Public Works Commissioner
The all-Democrat race will be deciphered in the primaries with incumbent Anthony Marrocco and challengers John Becker and Douglas Martz vying for the seat.
Probate Court Judge
The non-incumbent position sees the most recognizable name in former county prosecutor Carl Marlinga. Marlinga, Roxanne Canestrelli, Sandra Harrison, Gregory Mlynarek and Armand Velardo are seeking office.