Ethical. Accountable. Transparent.

Where's Larry?

Please take some time to visit with me at one of the following events. I’d love to take some time to speak to you and answer any questions you may have regarding my campaign. I thank you for your support.

About Larry Romo

Lawrence “Larry” Romo just finished serving over 7 years as the United States Director of Selective Service. He was nominated by President Obama in the fall of 2009 as the 12th Selective Service System Director, a Senate Confirmed Presidential Appointee, directly reporting to the President. In this position he provided Chief Executive level oversight of all Agency programs and he was accountable for the daily operations of the agency. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of the agency, collaborating with his 125 member full-time staff and thousands of either part-time staff or volunteers, using a $23 million dollar budget to draft optimal policy, achieve goals and set objectives for the agency.

He planned, organized, staffed, directed and controlled comprehensive agency activities to achieve effective operations and accomplish the Agency’s mission, to be prepared to supply manpower to the armed forces in case of an emergency, as well as run the Alternative Service Program for those who identify as contentious objectors. In this role, Larry interfaced with countless organizations and institutions including Congress, the White House, the Department of Defense, as well as other federal agencies, many state and local governmental, and numerous private agencies.

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Larry at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetary

Larry Romo at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetary.

Action Items

“The most important aspects I learned about being a leader is to demonstrate leadership by example, establishing partnerships, and having mutual respect for employees and the general public. You must take care of your working families. You succeed if you do this.”


Review job responsibilities with each employee ensuring they understand them in detail, what is expected of them, and how their work will lead to the success of our mission.


Establish a grassroots District Clerk Office Team (DCOT) representing each department of the office for a monthly meeting to review and suggest how we can optimize internal and external processes.


Collaborate with other District Clerk staff, judges, court staffs, attorneys, clients, and other individuals to see how we can speed up the information they need for their work and ask for their suggestions how to optimize other work processes.


Create a District Clerk Information Technology Board to meet when necessary with end users, County Information Technology staff members, and others as needed to review and complete ongoing computer related projects as rapidly as possible.


Analyze District Clerk Office Cyber/Computer Security practices and training, and make appropriate enhancements and/or changes where necessary.