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Craw announces bid for Montgomery County Clerk

Tonya Craw has announced her intentions to run for Montgomery County Clerk. Her announcement is printed below.
Hello, my name is Tonya Craw and I would like to take this opportunity to announce my candidacy as Montgomery County Clerk.
I have lived most of my life in and around Montgomery County. I am a graduate of Mount Ida High School and National Park College. I am the wife of Ronnie Craw and the mother/step-mother of 5 beautiful women, one handsome son, and a proud grandparent of 4 grandsons and 3 granddaughters. We are active members of Community Outreach Ministries Church. I have helped serve members of our community over the years through our food bank, outreach programs through the church, as well as families that have reached out to me privately. I want to continue serving our community in this manner as well.
I have more than 10 years experience in customer service management. Two years in billing and collections. Two years in marketing and research. Experience with QuickBooks Pro., Internet Research, Excel, Microsoft Word, Spreadsheets, Epic, and Public Relations. As I have held various management positions, as well as been the owner of an HVAC Company, I am confident that my years of working with the public will help me serve you as your Montgomery County Clerk. It would be an honor and privilege to serve you and our community and I would appreciate your vote in 2022.

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