Lebanon County Commissioners twice thought they had nailed down the vacancy at the top of the County’s voter registration and elections office. Now they finally have.
Last Thursday, the hiring of Sean Drasher of Palmyra was unanimously approved, filling the vacancy left when Michael Anderson transferred down the hall to head the domestic relations office.
Drasher comes to the office with ground level elections experience:
While there’s a lot more to learn as the Chief Clerk of Elections, Drasher feels he’s a quick study and will be able to handle the learning curve that comes with the job.
The Lebanon Valley Daily News asked county officials if they would be handling the hiring of a Deputy Clerk of Elections, since that position is also open within the elections bureau.
They’re leaving it to Drasher to find someone, which he says shouldn’t be too difficult:
Drasher begins his official duties next Monday, December 13th. His salary was listed as $55,000 annually.