Because she is elected, she can not be fired. Her involuntary removal from office will have to go through the court system before it can be accomplished. If I under this correctly, the taxpayers that elected her to fulfil the duties of the office, will end up paying for court costs, attorney fees, security for protesters, legal appeals from her office for appeals already denied and potential monetary settlements from lawsuits all due to one clerk of court refusing to do her job. Rowan County, are you getting what you bargained for? And if you feel you are, how deep are your pockets to pay for this woman's grandstanding?
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