His efforts paid off Tuesday evening as Clay County voters re-elected him as Prosecutor.
"It is an exhausting process for any candidate that gives it their all," Reberger said regarding 10 months of campaigning, first against Robert Pell in the primary and then against Democrat challenger Charles Hear.
"I appreciate the support," Reberger told The Brazil Times. "I really appreciate what the voters have said and the support of the community."
In the race for Clay County Prosecutor, Reberger began the evening with a commanding lead.
After eight precincts had been tallied, he had totaled 2,009 votes, while Hear, had 1,138.
As the tallies kept coming in, Reberger maintained close to 65 percent of the vote.
After 19 precincts had been tallied, Reberger had 4,282 votes (64.66 percent), while Hear had 2,340 votes (35.34 percent).
Through 23 precincts, Reberger finished with a total of 5,224 votes, while Hear managed 2,857.
"This was a hard-fought campaign," Reberger said. "My opponent campaigned very hard. Early on, my wife and I decided what my strategy would be. We left it in the voter's hands."
Hear said his campaign gave its best shot.
"We put 100 percent out there," Hear said. "I had tremendous people working for me.
"I had a great opponent. He ran a great campaign."
Reberger said his message during his second term will not change.
"I feel comfortable going on the last six years," he said, adding his focus will be on the ongoing drug issues plaguing Clay County and Child Support Enforcement. "I think we've made inroads in both of those areas."