Clark County, Nev. Clerk (retiring)
1997: “All you have to do is put on two elections a year. How hard can that be?” As a 30-year retiring Air Force colonel, I am joking with some fellow instructors at the Air War College as I prepare to leave for my new “civilian” job as the assistant registrar in Clark County, Nevada. I am headed to Las Vegas, cocky, confident and totally unprepared.
Over the next 15 years, I’ll eat those words many times. Read More…
Georgia voter ID law blocked This week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling partly blocks Georgia from enforcing a law requiring would-be voters to prove U.S. citizenship, Secretary of State Brian Kemp said Wednesday. Jeremy Redmon, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution.
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