I have 25 years of experience serving San Diego County, Adams County, and now Mesa County. I went to Palisade Highschool. I’ve been married for 40 years to my husband, Mark. We have kids, grandkids many friends, and family here in the valley. I love my job as a motor vehicle trainer for Mesa County. It has been my mission to train staff to go above and beyond to help customers while staying within the boundaries of the statute. I hope to carry on my vision of “No Politics, just service” as your Mesa County Clerk and Recorder in 2022!
16 Elections Counted
I’ve worked on 16 elections and am committed to ensuring quick and accurate results. It is my mission to train staff to handle elections to the letter of the law. There is no room for error or bending of the rules for anyone. Security, excellent training, and organization is the key to a smooth-running election.
DMV DRIVES System
I helped create the DRIVES system that’s responsible for statewide shorter wait times at the DMV for all of Colorado. I put my heart into the creation and implementation of this system and I’m very proud of what we accomplished as a team for the state. So many more things can be done online without ever having to step foot in the office. I will use that experience to further streamline the process for even shorter wait times here in Mesa County.
We Work for You, Not the Other Way Around
I have MANY years of customer service experience. I believe all public employees are public servants, especially elected officials. We work for you, not the other way around. I will treat every customer as if they could go across the street and get service somewhere else. Due to my training and understanding of statute we no longer require anything of our customers that’s not absolutely required by law. Four years ago, 2-3 hour waits were common because of those unnecessary requirements. Those days are over!
Going to Bat for Small Business
I went up against the City and won! My family’s business and many others were being run out of town during the beautification of the riverside parkway. Before the parkway, that area of town was an industrial area full of metal recyclers, salvage yards, tow companies, and a rendering plant. It wasn’t pretty but for many years these businesses kept waste out of the landfills and provided services to the community. The city began imposing harsh requirements onto these small businesses. Many essential businesses went under. The City Council was turning the town into one big HOA! We took out a full-page ad in The Daily Sentinel alerting the community to the issues at hand. More than 300 people showed up for the meeting with the City council at Two Rivers Convention Center. I spoke on behalf of the salvage yards and other businesses affected. We were able to find a balance between beautification, progress, and protecting the rights of business owners. Because of our relationship with the community and the City Council, my brother-in-law and I were invited to sit on the Design Action Committee for the Riverside Parkway. If elected, I will continue to use my voice to protect and uplift our community.
High Stands & Due Dilligence
I am not a politician. I am however very passionate about standing up for our community and the treatment of its people by holding government officials to a high standard. It’s a standard I will hold myself to as well if given the chance. Please vote Julie Fisher for your Mesa County Clerk and Recorder!
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