Primary Election 2022: Carson City Clerk-Recorder (nonpartisan)

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Jordan Edens
Occupation: IT Systems Technician for the City of Carson City.
Age: 31
Contact: and my website is

Jordan Edens

 Record of service:
As far as a record of service this is my first time running for office, so I have no incumbency and I am not a member of the armed forces. My career experience is mostly in Information Technology working for the State of Nevada and the City of Carson City of which I have around 6 years of IT experience spread between the Nevada Department of Taxation, the Nevada DMV, and the City of Carson City.
While I have never achieved my bachelor’s degree I have attended:
Western Kentucky University where I studied Mechanical Engineering,
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College to finish my Mathematics courses,
And Western Governor’s University where I began to study Cybersecurity but stepped away before completing due to circumstances in my personal life.

Briefly describe the core duties of the position you are running for.
The duties of the position I am running for are Elections, the maintaining of public records, the recording of public meetings and minutes, and marriages among many other responsibilities.

A brief statement about your platform
My platform is all about Honesty, Integrity, and Transparency. I want our government institutions to be honest with the public, have integrity, and be transparent with our community. My main goal as the Clerk-Recorder would be to work with my team to find new, inventive, and creative ways to secure our elections and for Carson City to set the standard for election integrity and transparency for all of Nevada.

What makes you the most qualified candidate for this position?
I believe I am the most qualified for this role because I am genuine, passionate about my community, and someone who is willing to advocate for my fellow citizens. I believe that my passion and commitment, along with my technical and customer service background, will allow me to bring a completely different dynamic to this position. A dynamic that includes listening to our citizens, their ideas, and developing an understanding of how we can make their lives better. A dynamic that would include teamwork and encourage new and creative ideas to solve current issues. My hope is that we can develop a level of trust and rapport with the citizens of our community and to be an office that they can rely on to always do right by them.

William “Scott” Hoen
Occupation: VP Nevada State Manager of ROC Title and former Carson City Republican Party Chairman.
Contact: and (775) 400-7799

William "Scott" Hoen


Record of Service:
Served as 3rd Vice Chair for Outreach and recently Chairman of the Carson City Republican Party. Volunteered at the Carson City Riffle Range as a Range Safety Officer.

Education: Attended Lewis and Clark College in Portland Oregon. Received Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in accounting and a minor in economics. Received MBA from Pepperdine University in Southern CA.

Briefly describe the core duties of the position you are running for.
The Clerk-Recorder is a full-time job with key components including the Recorders Office, Public Meetings and Records, Elections, Marriage, and the City’s Public Administrator. Every function is an important one with Election Integrity and restoring voter confidence with transparency being one of the most important and visible to residents.

A brief statement about your platform
To run an efficient, customer-focused office with the highest level of honesty. Election integrity and transparency is of the upmost importance to minimize the issues with voter fraud. Using my technology background, I have an idea of what can be improved.

What makes you the most qualified candidate for this position?
I have the management, leadership, and technology skills necessary to be the Carson City Clerk Recorder. With over thirty years in the real estate title insurance industry resulting in managing hundreds of people and multimillion-dollar operations resulting in increasing market share, revenue, and profitability. I have worked with County Recorder’s office across the Country and know what is required and how the Recorders office operates.
I created high tech systems for the title insurance industry regarding public record data that real estate and mortgage professionals use to this day.
I was a Carson City Elections Poll Worker the last election cycle in 2020. I am familiar with the process and witnessing voters’ issues and concerns while checking people in to receive their ballots. Carson City’s recorder’s office operated with the highest level of integrity, and I wish to enhance their operation with my skills. Election Integrity is critical and as the previous Chairman of the Carson City Republican Party, I witnessed the issues and claims of voter fraud. I look forward to working with the current team to restore the confidence of our electorate and follow the laws set forth by the legislature.
The Public Administrator secures property of people who pass away in Carson City while a search for family or the decedent's executor is performed. The Public Administrator also administers estates in court when families cannot. I can do this job with my experience in the title insurance industry being very familiar with the process from recording all documents relating to real property in Carson City, Nevada. Documents such as, deeds, deeds of trust, notice of completion, leases, homesteads, federal tax liens, land maps, mining records, certified court documents and more.

Stacie Wilke-McCulloch
Occupation: Maintenance Mgr, Valley Realty
Phone: 775-857-0234
Mailing: PO Box 4096, Carson City, NV 89702
Facebook: Elect Stacie
Twitter: stacie_wilke

Stacie Wilke-McCulloch


Record of Service:
Elected to Carson City School Board 1999-2003
Appointed to Carson City School Board - 2009 Elected 2010, 2014, 2018,
President 2013 & 2018, Vice President 2012 & 2017, Clerk 2011
NASB’s Individual Board Member of the Year 2018
Board of Control Region 3 Voting member on Nevada Interscholastic Activities
Governor’s Advisory Council on Family Engagement appointed by Governor Sandoval & reappointed by Governor Sisolak served since 2016 to present
Carson City Parks and Recreation Commission- 2 terms
President of the Nevada Association of School Board - 2019
Chair of National School Board Association’s Pacific Region - 2021
Appointed to Carson City Charter Review Committee in 2022
In addition, I have participated in various community groups through the years: Mark Twain PTA, CMS PTA, Carson Pop Warner, Children Museum

Education: Northern Arizona University BA in Business

Briefly describe the core duties of the position you are running for.
The Clerk-Recorder is the keeper of all Carson City records including all books and papers belonging to the city, accurate journal of all board meetings, etc. I also would be the public administrator. The supervisor over the departments of elections, marriage licenses, and notary bond filings.

A brief statement about your platform
The unrest and distrust of the public in government especially concerning elections and
public education is at an all-time high. School board members and country clerks around the nation have become the targets for this distrust and anger in the last two years. As Carson City Clerk-Recorder, I can use my experiences from both the public and private sector to continue the integrity, safety, and trust that has been established by the past clerks while moving the office forward during these challenging times.

What makes you the most qualified candidate for this position?
The experiences and leadership roles that I have had in the past in the public and private sector have made me the most qualified candidate for this position. With my school board and commissions service, I have worked with government financing/budgeting, contract review, employee group negotiating, public speaking, creating and giving presentations, working within state and federal laws and regulations and acquiring great knowledge of the Nevada Open Meeting law. I worked in casino marketing for over 12 years ending my career as General Manager of the Horseshoe Casino in Carson City. I managed over 75 employees in over eight departments. I gained valuable experience in marketing, customer relationships, working within Nevada gaming rules and regulations along with federal and state laws, effective management, fiscal responsibility and leadership skills. The last 14 years, I have been a small business owner with my late husband, David’s handyman business. And as for any small business owner, the last few years have been very stressful especially with COVID. But I did learn flexibility, resilience and empathy. I was born and raised in Carson City, as were my children and now my grandson. I have always strived to make this community, Carson City, a better place to work and live for everyone. I love Carson City and am proud to call it home. I am conscientious, fiscally responsible, strive to use common sense decision making, have strong leadership skills and work well with the public and staff. I’m asking you to vote for Stacie Wilke-McCulloch as your next Clerk-Recorder.


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