KRW to host Spurlock, Patt
KINGMAN – Kingman Republican Women (KRW) will host Christina Spurlock. Spurlock began working at the Clerk’s office in 2007. She was appointed by Governor Doug Ducey on August 24, 2021, to serve as Clerk of Mohave Superior Court, finishing the term vacated by Virlynn Tinnell. Spurlock was then elected to the office for the 2023 term. As the Clerk, she also serves the roles of Probate Registrar and Jury Commissioner of Mohave County. As well as on several local and statewide committees and has been a lifelong resident of Mohave. She also serves as Webmaster and Newsletter editor for KRW, as well as the chairperson of their scholarship committee. Christina will be discussing the process and importance of jury service.
KRW will also host Cameron Patt who was elected to the Kingman City Council in November 2, 2022. Although running in an underdog position as a write-in candidate Mr Patt won one of three City Council positions on the Nov. ballot. Patt is a Deputy Mohave County felony prosecutor and a fiscal conservative who has vowed to never vote to increase Kingman taxes. His platform also includes a promise to cut all unnecessary spending, maintain a balanced budget and focus on economic growth. Patt will discuss current bills before the city council this session.
KRW meet on the first Monday of each month at 12:30 p.m. for lunch and the meeting begins at 1 p.m. Meetings are held at the College Park Church Community Center, 1990 Jagerson Ave. Meetings are open to the public and membership is not required. There is a $3 fee to cover the cost of the meeting room. Lunch will not be served but brown baggers are welcome.