Re-Elect Dianne Murray
for Circuit Court Clerk

Circuit Court Clerk, Dianne Murray has announced she will seek re-election to a third term.

“It has been an honor to serve the citizens in Boone County. I absolutely love the work I do and have always been grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our citizens and the community. I am thankful to the citizens for allowing me the privilege of serving as their Circuit Court Clerk”, Murray said.

Dianne Murray has over 37 years of experience in the judicial system, including two successful terms as Boone County’s current Circuit Court Clerk. Prior to being elected Boone County Circuit Clerk she worked in the clerk’s office as deputy clerk and chief deputy bringing valuable knowledge and experience to best serve the citizens in Boone County.

As Circuit Clerk, Murray plays an important role in the county. She is responsible for managing the records of Circuit and District courts and Kentucky trial courts. Many documents come through the office every  day and she and her deputies must ensure they are properly processed and stored to maintain the integrity of each file. They work very closely with the public, attorneys, judges and their staff, prosecuting attorney’s office, public defenders and law enforcement agencies to help the criminal justice system run  as smoothly as possible.

Dianne Murray has been a strong advocate for use of advanced technologies in the courtrooms and the Boone Circuit Clerk’s office, which has increased efficiency in all areas of the court system.

During the past five years the Boone County Circuit Clerk’s have made significant progress in the use of technology. Murray has been a strong advocate for use of advanced technologies in the courtrooms and the Boone Circuit Clerk’s office, which has increased efficiency in all areas of the court system. Those accomplishments include the rolling out of the court’s electronic case filing system. The electronic case filing system allows attorneys to file court documents electronically day or night making the system more efficient, cost effective and better able to meet the needs of the citizens. When fully implemented, the public will be able to examine open records on pending cases. Other electronic programs include a new restitution-tracking system for victims and electronic processing of domestic violence petition.

In 2013, Dianne was elected by her peers to serve as president of the Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks KACCC. Prior to being elected, she served as 2nd vice president, 1st vice president, and chair of the education committee and vice chair of the legislation committee, she currently serves on the Driver’s License committee for KACCC. Additionally, she served as a member on the board for Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks Trust for Life, which is a program to save lives through organ donation. “I am dedicated to serving our community each and every day. Partnering with this lifesaving mission is one of the many ways we can help others,” said Murray.

Murray was appointed by Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John Minton, to serve as special clerk on several high profile, complex criminal and civil cases in the Northern Kentucky area. An honor that reflects her knowledge, integrity, trustworthiness and commitment to the citizens across the Commonwealth.

“Experience matters in this role and I hope through my efforts that I have earned your trust and support for another term.” Murray said.

Murray is a lifelong resident of Florence, Ky. She is married to Len Murray and has two children and three grandchildren. Murray and her husband attend First Church in Burlington, Ky. They both have been active members in their community and in their grandchildren’s extracurricular activities.

On May 22, 2018  Re-Elect Dianne Murray
for Circuit Court Clerk

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