The long time community advocate is the Democratic nominee for the job. In an interview with Fox 17 News Wynn says restoring public confidence in the office will be a top priority. After she is sworn in on Friday Wynn promises to implement policies which will remove even the appearance of impropriety. Among them, "We will say that we don't accept gratuities. We just won't do it," Wynn told this reporter. John Arriola, resigned from the clerk's office after an investigation revealed he charged couples $40 for performing wedding ceremonies in his capacity as clerk.
The field of candidates Wynn could face in November won't be known until after the qualifying deadline August 16th.
To hear my unedited interview with Brenda Wynn, go to the Raw News section of our website.
Scott Couch, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, August 8 2012, 08:43 PM CDT
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