Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Fort Thomas Election Bio: Jim Luersen, Campbell County Clerk

Jim Luersen is running for Campbell County Clerk/Provided

by Jim Luersen
Candidate for Campbell County Clerk

I believe the election for Campbell County Clerk comes down to this: which candidate has the right experience to serve in this important position? Having spent 30 years as an attorney focusing on real estate and tax law, working closely with the County Clerk’s office during most of that time, and serving 12 years as an Assistant Campbell County Attorney, I am clearly the most qualified candidate.
While the county clerk may not get the attention that other offices do, it is an incredibly important position. The county clerk handles our most precious personal documents, including marriage licenses, property records and voting information. It also registers and licenses all motor vehicles and prepares a variety of reports for state and federal governments.

It is important that our county clerk has the experience to be able to serve from day one and not need to learn on the job. As an attorney for more than three decades, I know the law. Having worked closely with clerk’s office, I know the operation well. As an Assistant Campbell County Attorney, I know how Campbell County government works.  And as a life-long Campbell County resident, I promise you a clerk’s office that is effective, efficient and user friendly.

My wife, Becky, and I live in Cold Spring in the same house where we raised our four children and now spoil our grandchildren. I am a Pro-life and Pro-family fiscal conservative, and am proud to have received the endorsements of the Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors and Northern Kentucky Right to Life.

This campaign has been a great experience, and it has been a pleasure and privilege to meet so many incredible people that share my love for this community and the dedication to make it even better. I would be proud to be your Campbell County Clerk, and would appreciate your vote on November 4.

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