My name is Lanna Clark. I want to officially notify the citizens of Clark County of my candidacy for the position of Clark County Assessor in the upcoming Republican Primary.

“My name is Lanna Clark. I want to officially notify the citizens of Clark County of my candidacy for the position of Clark County Assessor in the upcoming Republican Primary. I am married to Scott Clark, and we share five children. Scott is a 24 year veteran law enforcement officer, and has spent the last 22 years working as a Criminal Investigator with the Arkansas State Police. He is also a sixth generation Clark to call Clark County home. We live between Gurdon and Okolona on a small farm that was once owned by Scott's grandparents. We are active members of Beech Street Baptist Church in Gurdon. In addition to being very busy with my kids' activities, I serve on the church's finance committee, and as a co-teacher of the Ladies' Sunday School class. I am active in Beech Street Ladies Auxiliary, which is a ladies outreach ministry that meets once a month for prayer and fellowship. I also volunteer my time at The Community Food Pantry of Gurdon.”
“I moved to Arkadelphia in 1995 to attend Henderson State University, and since that time I have called this community my home. I have spent the last 20 years working in the legal community. In 1998, while working at a local law firm, I attended UALR and received a Certificate of Completion of Paralegal Studies. The last eight years I served as Clark County's Trial Court Administrator for Circuit
Judge Robert McCallum. In 2009, while serving as the Trial Court Administrator, I was selected to attend the first class of Certified Court Managers. This program provided training in human resources, financial resources, technology resources, and courtroom management. I graduated from the Arkansas Certified Court Manager Program in 2012. As the Trial Court Administrator, I worked closely with Judge McCallum during the county's annual budgeting process, and I worked throughout the year to ensure we stayed within the appropriated funds. I organized, maintained, and managed the Circuit
Court Calendar. I supervised interns and part-time employees within the office. I also operated the courtroom's digital recording system, and organized and maintained court exhibits. My years of experience in the legal field and management of Circuit Court has prepared me for the Clark County Assessor position.”
“As Clark County's Assessor, I know that it would be my duty to the citizens of the county to abide by Arkansas law in regards to the assessment of all property. I would work hard for the citizens of this county to provide a level of customer service that the tax payers deserve and expect. I greatly appreciate your support, and I look forward to the opportunity to serve you.”
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