YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE - ELECTION DAY IS APRIL 9
EARLY VOTING at the County Clerk's Office: April 2 from 8am - 4:30pm; April 3-5 from 8am - 6:30pm; and April 6 from 9am - 12pm.
VOTE BY MAIL: Last day to request a ballot by mail is April 4. Click here to download an application.
ELECTION DAY: April 9, polls open from 6 am to 7 pm.

What does the Township Clerk do? 
The job of the Clerk is to keep Township records, take minutes, and to handle intergovernmental exchanges, thus ensuring that the work of the Township is transparent. 

Why Nick Camlin for Township Clerk? 
As Clerk I’ll make sure the Township’s work is done openly and honestly. As a County Board
Member, I've published a newsletter that keeps the residents of District 15 informed and involved. My goal as a public servant is simple: better government. I believe that experience at one level of government can be used to enrich and improve the services at another level of government.

Can you have both positions? 
Both positions are part-time. One can serve both as a County Board member and a Town Clerk. While the position of County Board is a policy-making office (setting tax levies, establishing budgets, creating policy, etc.), the position of Town Clerk is an administrative office (keeping records and minutes, and handling intergovernmental exchanges, etc.). I think it would be a strength for me to serve in positions that can potentially lead to cooperative endeavors between the Township and the County.

Please feel free to contact me regarding the campaign. Click here to send me message.

We can improve our Township! 
Vote for my team of candidates. Together, we are experienced, trustworthy, and responsible. We are ready to lead!

MY TEAM
Supervisor: GRACE SHIRK
Trustees: MARK PARR JR, FRANK SKAFIDAS, 
KAYE WHITELY, AND MICHAEL KELLY