In an effort to present the candidates to the voters in a fair and equal setting, the Moorefield Examiner asked each candidate several questions.
Each candidate received the same questions and their responses are published here.
This week we feature the candidates for Hardy County Circuit Clerk. They are Democrat incumbent Kimberly Hartman and Republican challenger Rachel See.
With generations of family ties, Rachel See came to Hardy County in 1995. She attended Allegheny Community College and graduated from Eastern WV Community and Technical College. She is currently working as a physical therapist assistant.
See is active in the Wardensville Lions Club and the Mathias Ruritans. She lives in Baker.
Kim Kimble Hartman was born and raised in Hardy County. She graduated from Moorefield High School with honors and attended Shepherd College. She went to work in the Hardy County Magistrates Office while still in high school.
Hartman has worked in the Hardy County Circuit Clerk’s office since 2003. She and her family live in Moorefield.
Q: What qualifications do you have to hold the office of Circuit Clerk?