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Fishers became a city in 2012 and elected its first mayor, Scott Fadness, and city clerk, Kehl, in 2014.
In the San Antonio city clerk’s archives, rows of heavy books contain the official town meeting minutes from the 1800s.
Ninety percent of Anchorage residents will live within 5 miles of a drop box, said deputy city clerk Amanda Moser.
Kehl was elected city clerk in 2014, which may have complicated the Freedom Fest’s relationship with the city.
Those audio recordings are available from the Overland Park city clerk’s office, at a cost of $1.09 per CD.
Goeckner is now the president of the Wisconsin Municipal Clerk's Association and a temporary, part-time deputy city clerk/treasurer with Amery, a city of 2,902 residents in Polk County.
Garlin Gilchrist is running for city clerk on a platform of making it easier to vote in the largest city of a battleground state that Trump won by 10,000 votes.
Elections Director Daniel Baxter confirmed that Cushingberry filed the notice in Detroit's city clerk office.
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