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7/21/2012



Two challengers are seeking to unseat incumbent Glynn County Superior Court Clerk Lola Jamsky in the Republican primary.

Donita Taylor, the current Glynn County Juvenile Court clerk, an appointed position, and Timothy Wilson, who owns Accounts Receivable Inc., are taking on the 11-year incumbent.

The clerk of superior court is responsible for managing all the clerks in superior and magistrate courts, filing and keeping court records and leading the Glynn County Jury Commission.

Jamsky has held the office for three four-year terms and served as the chief deputy clerk in Glynn County before that.

Taylor seeks to update technology and training in the clerk's office. Wilson, who has experience as a paralegal, wants to initiate electronic filing with the county's courts.

This race will likely be decided at the primaries, unless an independent candidate qualifies later.

There is no Democratic opposition in this race.

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