Bragg to Seek Another Term as Effingham County Clerk of Court

Effingham County Superior Court Clerk Jason Bragg said Thursday that he will seek re-election in May.

He made the announcement via social media Thursday afternoon:

It is with great honor that I am announcing my re-election campaign for Clerk of Superior Court. It has been a pleasure and honor serving you for 3.5 years as Clerk of Superior Court. I am respectfully asking you for your continued support, vote and prayers.

Over my first term, we have accomplished over 31 new projects. I have listed below our top 5 accomplishments.

  1. Acceptance of credit and debit cards in office.
  2. Deeds online for public viewing back to 1967. This work will continue until we have all of them online.
  3. F.A.N.S – Filing Activity Notification System for our citizens to be alerted when someone files something against their name in our Real Estate Division.
  4. Public Web Case Search – to search all public records in our criminal and traffic divisions.
  5. Preservation, Imaging and Indexing of our oldest records. We have secured the first records of our county dating back to the late 1700’s.

All these projects, except #5 have all been done at NO COST to taxpayers. Item #5 was done in partnership with the Effingham County Board of Commission through the capitol expenditure budget process. As the official records keeper of the County, I stand to continue to work on preservation and imaging of all county land and court records!

Again, I thank you for your support and personally ask for your VOTE on May 21, 2024

Jessica Szilagyi

Jessica Szilagyi is Publisher of TGV News She focuses primarily on state and local politics as well as issues in law enforcement and corrections. She has a background in Political Science with a focus in local government and has a Master of Public Administration from the University of Georgia.

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