Chaffee County’s Lori Mitchell to lead Colorado’s county clerks

Chaffee County Clerk Lori Mitchell, the new president of the Colorado County Clerks Association, swears in the other officers, including Adams County Clerk Stan Martin, president-elect, on the left, and Pitkin County Clerk Janice Vos Caudill, the vice president, at his right. (SOS photo)

Chaffee County Clerk Lori Mitchell — known for her colorful shoes and her clever Facebook posts reminding residents their motor-vehicle tags are about to expire — is the new president of the Colorado County Clerks Association.

Mitchell, who succeeds Logan County Clerk Pam Bacon, took the oath of office on Jan. 18 at the clerk’s winter conference in Colorado Springs.

“It has been the honor of my life to serve the community where I grew up, and now I get to serve as president of the Colorado County Clerks Association,” Mitchell ssaid. “This is the greatest group of people I have ever worked with. We always have our citizens in mind.

“We do good things.”

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