With the minutes ticking down towards a May 2 election, the Clermont County Board of Elections will not only be facing the voting public with a new system of voting, but also with a new man at the helm. Mike Keeley, who was recently named the new Director of the Board of Elections, will be the public face for the office that administers elections in Clermont County. Keeley, a longtime administrator with a number of police organizations, was someone that Clermont Republican Party chairman Tim Rudd said fit the bill.
March 24th, 2006 Author: Rodney Beckwith Filed Under: News
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