Kelley Craig said Friday she would be a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of Hopkins County District Clerk in the March Primary Elections.
In making her announcement, she said she has been an employee of the district clerk’s office for more than eight years; and her experience in that office and the knowledge gained in that time would enable the office to continue to serve Hopkins County in an efficient manner in the criminal, civil and family law divisions as well as passport services.
“With an ever growing number of cases being filed in the 8th Judicial District Court, 62nd District Court and Hopkins County Court-at-Law, experience in the district clerk’s office is vital,” she said. “The office must also be ready to step forward to meet requirements mandating electronic filing of cases in the very near future; and the continued growth of Hopkins County emphasizes the need to employ this advanced technology”
Kelley and husband Kerry Craig have been married for 33 years and have three children, Angela and husband, Thomas “TJ” Nash, of Sulphur Springs, Bryan and wife, Corrin Craig, of Brownwood, and Brandon and wife, Tiffany Craig, of Fort Worth; and six grand children.
The Craigs have been Hopkins County residents for the past 13 years.
Craig is a former secretary of Sulphur Springs Golden K Kiwanis Club and former “First Lady” of Division 32 of the Texas-Oklahoma District, Kiwanis International.
Craig said she is looking forward to meeting and visiting with Hopkins County voters and to serving Hopkins County if elected as district clerk.
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