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Paige Dasher Mulligan qualifies for re-election as Clerk of Courts of Tattnall County
Paige Dasher Mulligan Clerk of Courts  of Tattnall County
Paige Dasher Mulligan, Clerk of Courts of Tattnall County

“I, Paige Dasher Mulligan, am proud to announce that I have qualified to run for re-election to my second term as Clerk of Courts of Tattnall County in the May 21, 2024, Republican Primary.  It has been a great privilege to serve Tattnall County as Clerk for the past four years and 14 years as deputy clerk prior to that.

“Our office serves as the repository for nearly all legal records in the county, including all superior, state, and juvenile court records; real estate transactions; and liens.  The Clerk of Courts serves a vital function that affects every citizen of this county, their property, and their livelihoods.  As a result, it is of the utmost importance that the Clerk serve with professionalism, honesty, and a tireless work ethic.  In an office in which many records must be kept highly confidential, I will continue to ensure the privacy that our citizens deserve.

“During my years of service, I have acquired a detailed knowledge of every area of our office’s responsibilities.  If re-elected, I pledge to continue to serve the citizens of Tattnall County with the efficiency and sense of duty that has marked my first term.

“Over the past four years, I have worked diligently to overcome the significant court backlog resulting from COVID-19, while simultaneously operating my office in a professional, efficient, and friendly manner.  I am proud to have been able to digitize more years of our county’s real estate records at no cost to the taxpayers and to begin implementing an electronic filing system for real estate records.  I was also pleased to implement the Filing Activity Notification System (FANS), which provides county citizens with tools to monitor activity regarding their property and records, at no additional cost to our citizens.  I am especially grateful to my proficient and knowledgeable Deputy Clerks who enable me to maintain the level of service that the citizens deserve.

“During my first term, I completed the New Clerks’ Training, as well as 15 annual training hours each year since taking office, during which I am kept abreast of new laws that affect the Clerk’s office, the court system, and the taxpayers.

“I am a native and lifelong resident of Tattnall County.  I am married to Mike A. Mulligan, who is a farmer and engaged in the rental property business.  My children include Dylan Mulligan, an attorney in Glennville, and Faith Mulligan Yarbrough (husband Casey), a schoolteacher at Pinewood Christian Academy.  Earlier this year, I was blessed with my first grandchild, Julia Belle Yarbrough.  I am the daughter of the late Gerald W. Dasher and Pam Durrence Dasher and the daughter-in-law of the late Edward F. “Ed” Mulligan, Jr., and Edna Belle Rogers Mulligan.

“My family and I are lifelong members of Glennville Methodist Church, where I have served on the Board of Trustees and the Church Parsonage Committee.  Through the years, I have also taught Sunday school and played an active role in the church youth.  My church and my faith are an important part of my life.

“It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the citizens of Tattnall County as your Clerk.  My door is always open, and I always encourage citizens to stop by your Clerk’s office should you have any questions or need assistance.  I now ask for your support, your votes, and, most importantly, your prayers, as I move forward in my re-election.

“Thank you, and may God bless you, your families, and Tattnall County.”