Ashley Land-Underwood, 18, registers to vote today for the first time, at the County Clerk’s Office booth at Ashley Pond Park as part of the annual Los Alamos County Fair and Rodeo weekend. Courtesy photo
Los Alamos County Clerk Sharon Stover discusses the voting process with Mark and KayLinda Crawford’s daughters as County Councilor Steven Girrens listens at right. Courtesy photo
Residents line up to register to vote today at the Los Alamos County Clerk’s booth at Ashley Pond Park. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Los Alamo County Clerk Sharon Stover and her staff visited with citizens today at their booth at Ashley Pond Park.
They spoke about the upcoming 2016 Elections and offered voter registration services. With the 2016 Elections right around the corner, the Clerk’s Office also had a voting machine available for demonstration.
The Clerk’s Office also provided information and answered questions about FraudSleuth, a free online tool that helps prevent and detect possible fraudulent filings on resident’s property, by notifying citizens when documents are recorded against their name or property.
CountyFusion’s FraudSleuth tool aids in the detection of possible fraudulent activity regarding documents filed in the County offices where land records are maintained. Property fraud has become an increasingly common concern in the United States. According to the FBI, it is the fastest growing white collar crime. This crime can be unthinkable and devastating for homeowners.
The Los Alamos County Clerk’s Office wants to give constituents a way to prevent such acts and detect possible fraudulent activity on their property. The Los Alamos County Clerk’s Office has implemented FraudSleuth as part of the records search portal to protect citizen’s investments. Their goal is to prevent the loss of time, money and worries associated with correcting mortgage and deed fraud.
From left, Chief Deputy Clerk Adrianna Ortiz, County Clerk Sharon Stover, Deputy Clerk Jocelyn Warner and Bureau of Elections Manager Gloria A. Maestas assist community members at their booth today at Ashley Pond Park. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos County Councilor David Izraelevitz tests out the voting machine at the County Clerk’s booth today at Ashley Pond Park. Courtesy photo