ELECTION — Maves-Klatt leads in Jefferson auditor’s race; both run in November
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Both Democratic candidates will advance to the Nov. 4 general election regardless of what happens in the countywide primary.
Maves-Klatt had 3,970 votes to Carroll’s 3,315 votes — a 53.6 percent to 44.8 percent edge — after the office for which they are running processed 9,641 ballots Tuesday.
Carroll, 63, and Maves-Klatt, 52, are vying to succeed Jefferson County Auditor Donna Eldridge, who is retiring.
Maves-Klatt is a freelance appraiser and a former attorney.
Carroll is currently deputy auditor.
Last modified: August 05. 2014 10:22PM