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Madison Circuit Clerk Westbrook won't seek seventh term

politicsCANTON — Madison County Circuit Clerk Lee Westbrook will retire this year, ending a 30-year career with in county government and six terms in office.

Before her election as circuit clerk in a special election in November 1994, Westbrook was secretary to the Board of Supervisors.

Westbrook tells the Madison County Journal that she has enjoyed watching the county and the county’s court system grow over the last few decades.

As clerk, Westbrook was responsible for everything from warrants to court filings, marriage certificates and voter registration.

She says she will miss the interaction with people on a daily basis.

Westbrook’s term ends in January. Party primaries are in August and the general election is in November.

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