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Ken Burke receives 2016 osteopathic society presidential award

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The Pinellas County Osteopathic Medical Society (PCOMS) awarded Ken Burke the 2016 Presidential Award for his outstanding leadership as the Pinellas County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller. “The Pinellas County Osteopathic Medical Society is pleased to present County Clerk Ken Burke with a Presidential Achievement Award for his dedication and commitment to the citizens of this county not only as county clerk, but for his service to local charities, as board chair at St. Petersburg College, and government…

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Ken Burke receives national award for juror pay plan

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Ken Burke, Pinellas County clerk of court, received the 2016 Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACO) for his “same-day juror pay mobile workstations.” The mobile pay stations were the first in the state to offer same-day juror pay in the jury room itself. “Receiving this award is truly an honor and we couldn’t be more thrilled with how well the program has improved the jury service experience,” Burke said. “This initiative ultimately offers jurors one less worry…

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County Clerk Ken Burke, in bid for re-election, continues steady fundraising climb

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If the 2016 election goes anything like the last two, then the nearly $7,000 Ken Burke has raised for his re-election campaign will do just fine. Burke, a 55-year-old Republican from Seminole, has served as Pinellas’ clerk of court since 2004, and ran unopposed in both 2008 and 2012. As of now, no one’s filed to run against him in 2016 either. Despite his present situation, and his past election history, Burke still doesn’t seem to be planning for a…

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Pinellas Clerk of Courts Ken Burke officially running for fourth term

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Ken Burke has legitimized his run for a fourth term as Pinellas County’s Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller. The 55-year-old Republican from Seminole filed all the necessary paperwork on Monday to make the run official. He’s been serving as Pinellas’ Clerk of Court since 2004. During both the 2008 and 2012 elections, he ran unopposed. So far, no one else has filed to run against him in 2016. Cheryl Bowman, of Largo, is listed as Burke’s campaign treasurer,…

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