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Retired Mobile circuit clerk JoJo Schwarzauer endorses Sharla Knox to fill her seat

Knox Is currently serving as Mobile County Circuit Clerk after being appointed to the seat following Schwarzauer’s retirement.

Sharla Knox

Retired Mobile County Circuit Clerk JoJo Schwarzauer has announced her endorsement of Sharla Knox in the race for Mobile County Circuit Clerk. 

“Sharla Knox’s appointment by the Circuit Judges reflects their recognition of her outstanding capabilities and commitment to serving our community as Circuit Clerk,” Schwarzauer said. “Her extensive experience and dedication makes her the clear choice to continue serving the people of Mobile County as she has diligently done over the past six months.”

Knox was appointed in January of 2023 by the Circuit Judges to fill the remaining term of

Schwarzauer following her retirement. Knox has previously announced her campaign to run

for her first full term as Mobile County Circuit Clerk.

“Having JoJo’s support of my campaign means the world to me,” Knox said. “There’s no one better who understands the office and importance of the Circuit Clerk. I’m looking forward to continuing to meet the people of Mobile County and earning their vote. Our county deserves someone who understands the role of the Circuit Clerk’s office. I believe I am that person and I’m ready to continue serving the people of Mobile County.”

The Republican Primary is on March 5, 2024.

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Jacob Holmes is a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter. You can reach him at [email protected]

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