Interview with Desiree Broadnax

Desiree Broadnax

We wrap up our exploration of the non-County Judge executive offices with Desiree Broadnax, who is running for District Clerk. Broadnax is the manager of the Intake division at the District Attorney’s office, which means she has responsibility for all incoming case filings. She has worked in the DA’s office for nineteen years, starting out as a typist on the evening shift and working her way up. This has also had her in close contact with the District Clerk’s office over the years. We talked about that experience and her ideas for the District Clerk’s office, and you can listen to it here:

As with the judicial Q&A’s, more information about Democratic primary candidates, including links to the interviews and judicial Q&As, can be found on Erik Manning’s spreadsheet. I will periodically round up the links to these posts as well.

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4 Responses to Interview with Desiree Broadnax

  1. J says:

    I have not gotten my voter registration card yet and I have also not received any mail in ballot application. It is beginning to seem like something is not right. Have these things been mailed out already?

  2. voter_worker says:

    @J. The voter certificates will be issued by the EA but I have not seen any media reports on the status of that mailout.

  3. Mainstream says:

    @J. I have had two private groups send me mail ballot applications already for the March primary. No card from EA yet, but the website has been updated with all the new precinct numbers and shows the new card.

  4. voter_worker says:

    @Mainstream I found this on the County Attorney’s website. The new total of voting precincts is apparently 1165. In previous voting precinct change years, the County has issued a summary text document describing all the adopted changes to voting precincts. I’ve been unable to locate anything like that for this round of changes.

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