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Kitsap County clerk seeks another term

Emphasizing his management background, leadership experience and almost nine years of service in the office of Kitsap County Clerk, Dave Peterson announced on May 21 he will seek re-election.

Peterson was first appointed to the position in 2001 and was elected in 2002.

He was successful in his bid for a second term in 2006.

Retired from the Central Kitsap School District, where he was an educator, librarian, curriculum coordinator and program administrator for technology and libraries, Peterson brings to the office of county clerk more than 30 years of managerial, organizational and budgetary experience.

“I believe in providing quality customer service, utilizing technology to improve efficiency and productivity of staff and always striving to work cooperatively with other departments and agencies,” said Peterson. “These qualities are the most effective ways to run an office that works for the public.”

Peterson has been actively involved in a variety of community organizations and projects.

He presently serves on the Board of the Kitsap County Historical Society.

He and his wife Carolyn, a retired second grade teacher, live in downtown Bremerton.

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