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The sales clerk just laughed, telling him he was out of bullets and had only six guns in his inventory.
Some clerks are prominent in conservative media, and among law professors.
Later, clerks published smaller, single sheets or annual subscriptions that Londoners would carry with them as part of the daily news.
In Chula Vista, a city with a significantly larger budget than National City and Imperial Beach, the clerk simply tells the mayor and Council members how many comments were received and gives them a brief overview of their contents.
As a high-ranking clerk, Howard appears to have been involved in policy.
The meatpacking union joins an organization of retail and grocery clerks to form the United Food and Commercial Workers.
Unlike 2016, clerks this time will have to account for the coronavirus.
HOW A WISCONSIN RECOUNT WOULD WORKROSALIND HELDERMAN, KIM BELLWARE, DAN SIMMONS, PETER KENDALLNOVEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Gina Kozlik, the clerk for the city of Waukesha, said the recent increase in cases hasn’t dented poll worker recruitment or retention so far.
Montgomery County last week received 5,000 calls a day — more than 911 receives during a hurricane, according to Lee Soltysiak, the county’s chief operating officer and clerk of its elections board.
PENNSYLVANIA’S REJECTION OF 372,000 BALLOT APPLICATIONS BEWILDERS VOTERS AND STRAINS ELECTION STAFFBY RYAN MCCARTHY AND DEREK WILLIS, PROPUBLICA, AND JONATHAN LAI, THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIREROCTOBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
The commission is formally surveying clerks this week about their poll worker situation and, if needed, will ask for National Guard support at the polls.

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