Connie Jamison announces candidacy for District Clerk

Connie Broadwell Jamison is announcing her candidacy for District Clerk of Nolan County. Sweetwater is her hometown and she is a graduate of Sweetwater High School and Columbia Secretarial College. She is the daughter of R.E. Broadwell (deceased) and Charlie Broadwell. Jamison has two sisters, Patricia “Treet” Broadwell and Deb Veal, and one brother, Richard Broadwell (deceased), one brother-in-law, David Veal, and one sister-in-law, Vicki Broadwell.“I am dedicated to progress and I will provide a professional and friendly attitude with a high level of quality service to the citizens of Nolan County and to all those who utilize the District Clerk office,” she said.The Texas Legislation has passed mandatory electronic filing (e-filing) to be administered by the District Clerk’s office which will bring new technology as well as a challenge for the office--a challenge that is progress for the benefit of all citizens of Nolan County. A District Clerk serves in an administrative and management capacity, and Jamison’s experience as an administrative and executive secretary in the accounting and legal fields enhance her qualifications for the office. As a Deputy Clerk in the office of the Nolan County District Clerk, she performed the various documentation filing procedures for citizens, attorneys and judges, maintained official court records in felony criminal, family, delinquent tax and greater value civil court cases by docketing, indexing, recording, collecting fees and fines and court costs for those court cases. One of her favorite duties as a Deputy Clerk is to process applications for passport books, passport cards, or both, and the excitement of the applicants planning future trips with their passports.“I need your help and I am asking for your vote as your choice for the Republican Candidate for Nolan County District Clerk to build our future together,” said Jamison.Early voting for the primary election is February 18, 2014 through February 28, 2014 at the Nolan County Courthouse, and at voters’ designated precinct on March 4, 2014.