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Ingham County Register Of Deeds - 4 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than 1

Ingham County Register Of Deeds - 4 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than 1

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    Derrick Quinney
    (Dem)

  • Gloria G Richards
    (Rep)

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Biographical Information

What are the three most important issues facing the office you are running for and how would you address them?

What would you do in your first month in office?

What services do you consider most vital?

What services do you consider least vital?

Which of these can be trimmed to lower expenses?

Are you current in all tax, alimony and child support obligations? Yes or no. If no, please explain.

Hometown Lansing
Education Product of Lansing School District; completed classes at Lansing Community College; completed labor education classes at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan
Family Wife, Desiree; daughter, DeKeea; son, Dominick; two grandchildren
Professional Experience Ingham County Register of Deeds (2015-present); director of safety, Michigan AFL-CIO (2001-2015)
Political Experience Ingham County Register of Deeds (2015-present); Lansing City Council member at-large (2006-2015)
First, it’s important that we maintain taxpayers’ land records in a safe and efficient manner, so they can be retrieved at any time for ownership questions.

Second, I’m working to inform homeowners on ways to protect themselves from predatory lenders, so people who work hard and play by the rules don’t lose their homes through no fault of their own.

And third, my staff and I are committed to providing outstanding customer service to taxpayers to ensure their interaction with the Register of Deeds office is pleasant and hassle-free.
I have served as Register of Deeds since early 2015, and have focused on maintaining the integrity of records, homeowner education and customer service. I will continue to focus on these core duties moving forward.
The Register of Deeds is required by state law to serve as the custodian for land contracts, warranty deeds, quit claim deeds, releases, liens, plats, powers of attorney and much more. All of these are vital.
Every service we provide is vital to someone. As a service-based office, we must serve county taxpayers collectively and as individuals.
None. The governor and state Legislature have cut state revenue sharing to the bone. We must work together to urge state leaders to invest in local communities, instead of cutting them.
Yes.
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