Local business owner and three term County Board Supervisor, Zachary Rodriguez, announced he is seeking election to the office of Kenosha County Clerk of Courts as a Republican. During his time on the County Board and through his employment as a licensed investigator, Rodriguez has spent countless hours working in and around the courthouse. He has already identified several areas where court operations can and should be enhanced. Supervisor Rodriguez stated, “The office of Clerk of Courts has many constitutional duties that should be procedurally improved in the Kenosha County Court System. Some of these duties include: maintaining accurate and transparent records, collecting fees imposed by the court in an effective and timely matter, managing juries, and ensuring equal access to the courts for all Kenosha County residents. I am excited for this next chapter in my career as I continue to proudly serve the residents of Kenosha County”.
Since announcing his campaign, Rodriguez has gathered more than 700 nomination signatures, with representation from every municipality in Kenosha County. Additionally, Rodriguez announced he has gathered endorsements from numerous current and former elected leaders from across Kenosha County including Kenosha Aldermen, County Board Members, Village Board Members, numerous attorneys and Kenosha County Executive Samantha Kerkman.
Rodriguez is the only announced candidate. Failed County Executive Candidate Rebecca Mentink-Metoska hasn’t said whether or not she plans to run for re-election.
Learn more and get involved at www.RodriguezForKenosha.com