Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Paralegal, Paralegal Company Owner Running for Clerk of Court

In Oglethorpe County, Georgia, a paralegal and the owner of a paralegal business, plus two other candidates, are competing in the primary elections for clerk of Superior Court as Republicans. The winner will face Democrat Kelli Paradise-Smith for the position in November.

Paralegal Kayla Harris Miller, 26 and the youngest of the candidates, wants to reorganize the county's records to make them more accessible to residents. She cites her work experience and education as preparation for the position of clerk, "to run this office in an efficient and professional manner."

Martha Roberts, 49, who owns a paralegal company, also touts her 26 years of experience in the legal field, and says she's worked in numerous courthouses on a daily basis for the same amount of time.

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