LPR alum Matt Crane will take over as new executive director of Colorado County Clerks Association
The Colorado County Clerks Association has announced that LPR alum Matt Crane (class of 2016) will assume the position of CCCA executive director later this month. From the December 31st edition of Colorado Politics, here is the story of Matt’s new position with CCCA.
Colorado County Clerks Association announces Matt Crane as new executive director
Former Arapahoe County Clerk Matt Crane will take over as the new executive director of the Colorado County Clerks Association, the association announced Thursday. Crane served as the Arapahoe County clerk from 2013 to 2019. He has worked as an officer with the CCCA and as president in 2016. Before 2013, Crane worked in the Colorado Secretary of State’s election division.
Crane will begin his position in January after the finalized resignation of Pam Anderson.
“I know I have some big shoes to fill,” Crane said.
Anderson was executive director for five years and previously served two terms as the Jefferson County clerk and recorder.
She will assist Crane with the role transition after her resignation.
“It has been so rewarding seeing the work with the election model we pioneered flourish and become a model for the entire country.”
“It is with a lot of mixed feelings that I have made the professional decision to resign to focus more on my consultant work in elections policy and administration,” Anderson said in her resignation
email on Nov. 13…
Read the complete story of Matt Crane becoming CCCA executive director in Colorado Politics.