Clark County native Brian Daniel announced today that he is seeking re-election as Circuit Clerk.
Daniel, of Arkadelphia, has served the past three years as Clark County Circuit Clerk. Prior to his role at the courthouse, Daniel was a longtime law enforcement officer, having worked 26 years locally and reaching the rank of lieutenant with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, where he was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division.
“I have spent three decades in public service, which is very important to me,” Daniel said. “I have been fortunate in my opportunity to serve the last three years as Circuit Clerk. During my administration, the office has moved forward with the first phase of e-filing, the ability to work remotely so that the services provided by my office are not hampered due to unforeseen and unexpected courthouse closings.”
Daniel and his wife of 24 years, Christi, are the parents of Morgan, a junior at Henderson State University, and Wyatt, a student at Goza Middle School. His hobbies include hunting, fishing and spending time outdoors with family.
The son of Sue and J.R. Daniel, he is a 1988 graduate of Arkadelphia High School and holds a degree from Southern Arkansas University Tech. He serves as a Deacon at Mt. Olive Baptist Church and serves on Richland Cemetery’s Board of Trustees. Additionally, Daniel is a member of the Arkansas Circuit Clerk’s Association.
Daniel is running for office as a Republican.
“I hope to continue to serve as Circuit Clerk so that I can continue in my efforts to move the office forward and to continue to improve on its ability to provide a quality service to all the citizens of Clark County,” Daniel said.
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