“Since the 2005 storms and levee failure in Orleans Parish, we have all become keenly aware of how vital and important this office is as the record-keeper for our most personal documents,” said Councilman Brossett. “That’s why it is important to elect someone who understands state and local government, who has a record of serving and helping people, and who is committed to efficiency and responsiveness.”
“People ask me, ‘Jared, why are you running for clerk of court?’ and I tell them I’m in this business of government because I love making things happen and getting things done for people. But right now in the clerk’s office, things are not happening efficiently enough and I will encourage innovation and improve technology, promote customer service and self-empowerment, stress employee development and create a workplace atmosphere of respect, dignity and caring.”
Find out more about Councilman Brossett’s candidacy here: jaredbrossett.com.
The election will be held Tuesday, November 6.