Amidst the many political campaigns gearing up for 2014, there is this little race for Clerk of the Superior Court in Pima County and I want to tell you more about who I am, how I got here, and why I want to continue to serve the people of Pima County in this office.
Governor Brewer appointed me in March of this year and I was sworn into office on April 1, 2013. I have worked here since 2007, most recently as Chief Deputy Clerk of Court. I know the job, the employees, the responsibilities, and the statutes that govern this office.
I love my work here and am running for my own four-year term in the 2014 election. You can look over my bio and more details about this office, on this website.
I am familiar with the judiciary and the interaction required between our separate areas in the court, and I serve on committees around the state on important topics related to the job. The transition after Patti Noland’s retirement was very smooth, and I have a vested interest in the future of the 230 employees in my department. We are in the middle of several technological improvements, working closely with the Arizona Office of the Courts. The employees trust me, the bench trusts me, the court administration trusts me, and the work will continue seamlessly, if I am elected.
This office is extremely busy every weekday, serving the public until 9:00 p.m., with a wide variety of filings and responsibilities. Learn more about this office on this website, too.
In order to have my name on the ballot in 2014, I need several hundred signatures on partisan petitions. You can help me by signing and circulating a petition, or making a contribution to my campaign. You will find more information on how to help and how to contact me, on this website.