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COUNTY CLERKS DO?
County clerks have three main duties listed in state law: first, they serve as the clerk to the county commission or council, which includes keeping records of the commission/council's activities in meetings; second, in some counties the clerk serves as the clerk to the district court, which means they keep court records, administer oaths, etc.; and third, they act as the elections officer for their counties. This includes preparing voting equipment (like ballot boxes and ballot forms) and supplying the official report of election results. If you want to know more, watch the video below.
Fun fact: In smaller counties, the county clerk also serves as the county auditor.
Other County Elected Roles
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