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St. Joseph County Clerk
The County Clerk is an officer of the County as prescribed by State law. Michigan Constitution provides that voters of each county shall elect a Clerk, on a partisan basis, every four years. Duties are prescribed by law and include Clerk to the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clerk of the Family Court, Election Board of Canvassers, Clerk of the County Election Commission, County Plat Board, Serves on the County Apportionment Board, and Clerk of the Concealed Weapons Licensing Board.
The Clerk maintains birth and death records, marriage licenses, assumed business names and partnership certificates, concealed weapons permits, veteran discharge records, notary commissions, genealogy records, and voter registration records.
The County Clerk is the chief election official of the County, supervises all national, state, and local elections, and is responsible for the administration of the Michigan Campaign Finance Reporting Act and maintains the Qualified Voter File.
The Clerk's Office can be reached by the following numbers:
|Phyllis Lung, Elections Specialist||(269) 467-5603|
|Joan Skinner, Deputy Clerk||(269) 467-5602|
|Jackie Wells, Deputy Clerk||(269) 467-5661|
|Sandy Bowen, Chief Deputy||(269) 467-5532|
|Kathy Kline, Deputy Clerk||(269) 467-5531|
|Dena Wyckoff, Deputy Clerk||(269) 467-5621|