14 years experience with the District Clerks Office
Vote Mary Angie
Cyber security is very important to our office. We must enter all current information as it is to ruled in the court system. Providing the updated information to all agencies that require to update their systems. Provide balance and transperancy.
The elected process should continue. There are many administrative offices in Bexar County. We should allow the voters of Bexar County to determine the best candidate for the position.
I've served nearly 8 years as District Clerk. Prior to my election in 2010, I've spent most of my working life in public service working in the offices of: District Clerk's office; Commissioners Court, Probate Court, Tax Assessor-Collector, Texas State Representative, and a Texas State Senator. Also accounting and software development.
Donna Kay McKinney for District Clerk
Each department of the District Clerk’s office uses different, “home-made,” DOS-based software. We’ve taken e-filed pleadings since 2003, wherein we must enter much of the information manually. A new, modern, county-wide case management system will enable our accepting e-filed documents as well as its identifying data directly into our data base. Additionally, we will be able to electronically issue service documents, notices of hearings, & manage dockets, while allowing online records access
Texas Constitution created elected offices to insure a balance of powers, so that no one officer would have the power to act in a manner contrary to the law that would result in unfair benefits to one party over another. Thus, the legislature enacts laws, the judiciary settles matters according to both civil and criminal law, sheriffs & constables enforce the law, district attorneys prosecute those who disobey the law, and clerks of the court accept all pleadings to insure true & correct records