County Clerk getting her way

If you are an elected official you know what your job is. A county, clerk, is no different from any other elected official. Just do your job and quit complaining.

You can never let your religious or personal beliefs get in the way of your job. This is a job you were elected to it had a description and you are breaking the law every day if you do not do this job.

There is no need for her to quit her job. I say remove her butt from office. Give her another job and put someone in the position that can handle the job. Your county is paying her daily for not doing her job. Really that is quite sad.

If she does NOT do her job then she needs to be removed it is pretty simple. She does not need to be allowed to get her way in this situation. Acting like a spoiled child is not helping. She loves all this publicity she is getting.

I refuse to use her name in this post because I am sick and tired of seeing it in my news feed, but most people will know who I am talking about. I felt the need to voice my opinion on the situation.

Come on Kentucky get to it. In our society, every job has a description we do not get to write our own description and that is what she’s doing. Do not allow her to get away with this.


Before the institution of the unified state court system, the county court clerk served as the clerk of the juvenile, county, and quarterly courts. Since the time when the District Court replaced these courts, the clerk has no longer had judicial duties, and the name of the office has been abbreviated to county clerk to more accurately reflect the nature of the office.

The duties of the county clerk fall into the general categories of clerical duties of the fiscal court: issuing and registering, recording and keeping various legal records, registering and purging voter rolls, conducting election duties, and conducting tax duties.

This was found at this link below.

Kentucky County Clerk Job Description 


 

 

 

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