KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- Kalamazoo County Clerk and Register of Deeds Tim Snow has been on the job for several years. Tuesday, voters will decide if he will get another term.
"I've been here for 16 years," Snow tells WKZO. "Before that I was twelve years as the Comstock Township clerk."
Voters in the county may not have seen much campaigning from Snow, though, aside from some lawn signs scattered around the county. This may have more to do with the fact that Snow's office is busy preparing for the election, charged with carrying out the process from start to finish.
When it comes to his own race, Snow does not think there is a conflict when it comes to overseeing the vote tally.
"We actually modem in the results from the local offices," Snow said, referring to the process by which votes are tallied by local clerks, then submitted via computer to the county clerk's office.
Snow is opposed by Democrat Brian Johnson in Tuesday's election. Hear the entire Snow interview from The Lori Moore Show by clicking here.