Jolley announces re-election bid for circuit court clerk
By Kim Swindell Wood | March 8, 2018 7:06 am
To the people of White County, my name is Beverly Finley Jolley, and I am seeking re-election to the circuit court clerk’s office.
I was born in White County, and I have lived here all my life. I am a graduate of White County High School (Class of 77). I attend and I am a member of Valley View Baptist Church. White County has always been my home, and it is my pleasure to serve the people of White County. And, with your vote and support for my re-election bid, I will continue to do so. My parents, Lonnie Finley and Mary Heady Finley, are also lifelong residents of White County, along with my two sisters, Lisa Carter and Angela King. I am married to Ronnie Jolley, and together we have three children, their spouses, and four grandchildren.
I strive every day to make the circuit court clerk’s office the best in the 13th Judicial District. I am a certified public official, and I continue taking classes to keep up with all the changes in the laws that are set by the State of Tennessee.
I ask you, the voters of White County, for your vote and continued support in my re-election bid, on May 1, 2018.
It is an honor to be your circuit court clerk, and, if re-elected, with my experience and continued education, I promise to continue to run the circuit court clerk’s office in a professional manner and to continue to serve the people of White County.