Mosley hired as county elections administrator
Young County will have a new elections administrator next week. After a closed meeting Tuesday at the Young County Courthouse, the Young County Election Commission voted unanimously on the hiring of Kaitlyn Mosley.
Mosley, who will start Monday, replaces Lauren Sullivan who left the position last month. She takes the position after two years as an assistant to Jack County Elections Administrator Lynn Casteel.
“Experience is the prime factor here,” Young County Judge and commission chair John Bullock said during the meeting Tuesday. “It’s basically that the interviewee had the experience on the system we use.”
Both Young and Jack counties use the Hart Verity Duo Touch Auditable Ballot System. Bullock said before Tuesday’s meeting that he was hoping for a quick hiring process.
“Like county government, in general, elections have become more and more complicated each time the legislature convenes,” Bullock wrote in an email to The Graham Leader. “We need to act (as soon as possible) but experience will play a big factor.”
For the rest of the story, see the Jan. 8 edition of The Graham Leader.