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Pulaski County Circuit Clerk has to make public a secret employee photo album they told employees they would keep private


Back in 2019, the Pulaski County Circuit & County Clerk's Office was making a employee photo album. One that Margie Worlow would be a secreet, in-office only document.

Apparently Margie Worlow, the Jury Administrator for the Pulaski County Circuit Clerk's Office was ignorant of the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

We say was, because she has been apprised of that and some other important information (you can't refuse to provide your name to a patron) by Marc Harrison, Chief Administrator for the Pulaski County Circuit & County Clerk's office. 

Records, like the PCCC's employee photo album are public records, and as such are subject to disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act ("AFOIA").


Our own Russ Racop had dealings with her and another employee last week over incorrect information on a new voter registration card he received from their office.


Racop was reassigned from Ward 6 to Ward 4 after the city of Little Rock moved his street from Ward 6 to Ward 4 to prevent him from running against the admitted criminal and current Ward 6 Director Doris Wright.

PCCC employees didn't seem concerned that they had the incorrect ward information and refused to provide their names. 

One of those employees said Racop would have to speak with her supervisor, but was told the supervisor "had not made it into work yet".  When pressed by Racop that worker said the supervisor was running some "personal errands".

Apparently the higher your position is at the clerk's office the more flexible your schedule is.

Not having accurate information in their records could impact the outcome of local elections.

Stay tuned for more information about the ward information SNAFU.

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