County Clerk’s office talks changes, services | A message from Saline County Clerk Debbie Russell
With our doors being closed for now and in order to maintain safety and well-being, the county clerk’s office is still operational with only a few changes being made to our processes.
With the postponement of the April 7 General Municipal Election now scheduled for June 2, absentee voting is available through the clerk’s office until June 1 at 5 p.m. I ask that before you come to the office to absentee vote, please call first so we may discuss some voting options with you. For other services provided by the clerk’s office, such as notary public, liquor license, auctioneer’s license, registering to vote, candidate filing or any other service we provide, please call the office for options as well.
Candidate filing for county elected official positions that are up in 2020 is still ongoing. The deadline for filing is Tuesday, March 31, at 5 p.m. at the clerk’s office. If there are potential candidates who wish to sign up to file for one of these positions or would like more information regarding which positions are up, please call the clerk’s office at 660-886-3331.
As we face our current challenges, the Saline County Commission and elected officials want the citizens of Saline County to know that we are here for you. If you have a need, please call the appropriate office within the courthouse that provides that service, and they will assist you in any way they can. We appreciate and support each of you as we move forward in the walk of our daily lives.