Offering a wealth of verifiable and unmatched experience, Jennifer L. Webb has announced her campaign for Madison County Circuit Court Clerk.
Built around her distinguished record of success, Webbʼs campaign seeks to bring a new level of professionalism and responsiveness to the Circuit Clerkʼs office during a time of unprecedented growth in Madison County.
Richmond, KY–January 30, 2012–Berea native and longtime judicial paralegal Jennifer L. Webb has announced her campaign for Madison County Circuit Court Clerk. Webb, who has served Madison County as a paralegal and Teen Court coordinator in the 25th Judicial District since 1995, feels her track record of success in current and past roles has prepared her well for public office. “Iʼm very excited to have the opportunity to run for Madison Circuit Court Clerk. My 16 years as Paralegal for the judges of the 25th Judicial District have prepared me well to serve as Circuit Clerk,” said Webb.
“I look forward to meeting more members of our community and discussing the issues of this very important election. My work throughout the county provides many examples of how I can create a Circuit Court Clerk office that is more responsive to the current needs of a growing Madison county.”
Webb, who has served the public in various capacities, indeed has a long record of success in Madison County. Throughout her public service career, Webb has displayed a consistent dedication to those whom she serves; a dedication that has led to many professional and personal awards. In 2011 alone, Webb received the Richmond Chamber of Commerce Community Service Award, the Kentucky Court of Justice Law Day Award and several Kentucky Legislative Outstanding Citizen citations. Furthermore, Webb, serving as both a grant author and co-author, has been instrumental in securing for Madison County over $500,000 for DUI and Drug Court-related grants. In addition to these successes, Webb is currently involved with numerous professional and civic organizations, including the Madison County Safety Coalition, the Madison County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy and Madison County Youth in Action.
When asked about her dedication to the community, Webb maintains her perspective, saying “through my involvement with various non-profit boards, I understand well what the public rightfully expects from its Clerk of the courts and I am prepared to meet these high standards.”
Jennifer L. Webb, a lifelong resident of Madison County, is married to Curtiss Willis, a fraudulent claims investigator for Kentucky Farm Bureau, and resides in Richmond. The couple have two children, Adriannah and Ayden, and are supporters of the Madison Southern Girls Basketball program. A public servant by day, Webb counts kickboxing, running, gardening and cooking as cherished hobbies. A committed servant to the people of Madison County, Webb brings unrivaled experience to the table in this election.
The office of Madison County Circuit Court Clerk is responsible for processing, providing and maintaining judicial records, collecting court fees and issuing driverʼs licenses, among other duties. The current Circuit Court Clerk will vacate the office this year, prompting the election of a new judicial office.