Carol DeWilfond


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Originally Posted Online: March 23, 2013, 10:03 pm
Last Updated: March 31, 2013, 7:10 pm
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AGE: 66
ADDRESS: Cordova
FAMILY: Husband Nick and daughters Anne and Nicole
EDUCATION: Some college
POLITICAL PARTY: Independent candidate
OFFICE SOUGHT: Village Clerk
PRIOR OFFICE: Village trustee
WHY RUNNING FOR OFFICE: The citizens of Cordova deserve the best service possible. I have 26 years of administrative experience, and I will be working for all the people in the village.
KEY ISSUE: The village board, the mayor, and the current village clerk disagree on some issues. To remedy that, the new clerk must be non-partisan, courteous, professional, and within the limits of the law.
COMMENTS: I pledge that I will treat everyone in the village with respect. I firmly believe the clerk's job is to work with the board and the mayor without any political agenda.




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