Wanda Amann County Clerk

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Who is Wanda Amann?

Wanda Amann received her BS in Economics from the University of Utah in 1989 while working full time.

Her professional background includes:

Landlord and Property Manager

National Sales Manager, Frito-Lay

Regional Sales & Marketing, for Monsanto Nylons

Customer Service & Inventory Manager, Sales Management and Product Development, Huish Detergents

Retail Store Manager, Sherwin-Williams

With over 30 years of business experience, Wanda knows the best practices for managing efficient organizations, particularly in the customer service areas of communications and marketing.

In addition, Wanda has invested hundreds of hours in civic service. She is uniquely qualified to oversee the County elections and services as evidenced by her significant involvement with the 2012 national political campaign in UT, CO, NY, IA, MO and NV. Wanda supervised 15 polling locations for three weeks and 34 precincts for the Presidential Caucus. All of her activities were entirely self-funded.

Wanda Amann will use her skills, knowledge, and resourcefulness to build public confidence and trust in the County Clerk’s office. It will be a pleasant place to work and to visit for our county’s residents during some of the most important events of their lives. She will be loyal and accountable to the taxpayers and voters in Salt Lake County. As your new Salt Lake County Clerk, Wanda will bring the energy and passion of a new generation to the job.

What does she want to do?
As your next County Clerk, Wanda Amann will give you, the VOTER:
Voting that is secure, flexible and convenient
Operations that are fair and cost-effective
Trust through transparent and dependable processes
Excellent customer service and communication
Reliable results from modern technology
How is she going to do it?

Wanda will maintain integrity in the County’s election process to ensure the security of voter information and election results. She plans to minimize polling location changes to reduce voter confusion and misdirection. She will continue to promote vote-by-mail and early voting as methods to increase voter participation.

Wanda will lead by example to ensure the responsibilities of the Office are fulfilled honestly and fairly. She will develop knowledgeable, cross-trained teams that are more effective and responsive to your needs. She will recognize and reward innovation and efficiency among staff. Wanda will spend your tax dollars wisely by using sound business practices.

Trust in the election process is suffering. Voter turnout is at an all-time low. Nearly one half of registered voters do not cast a ballot. Wanda will help voters during the decision-making process by establishing a non-partisan one-stop information site about candidates that is timely, accessible, and user-friendly.
No improvements have been made to the voter registration process in four years and she believes we can do better. Nearly one third of the county voting-age population is not registered to vote. Wanda will champion democracy by fostering a service-oriented approach within the Clerk’s office that will promote voter registration in the manner that best suits individual citizens’ circumstances.
Technology has advanced in the eight years since our electronic voting machines were placed in service and they are quickly becoming obsolete and un-repairable. Wanda will apply original thought and managerial skill to effectively spearhead selection and installation of the latest secure election technology at the lowest possible cost. She will defend verification laws and expand the audit of ballot data to ensure election accuracy.

A vote for Wanda on November 4th will bring improvements for you, the VOTER.


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