Green and Dailey have filed for re-election in Sussex
Cindy Green, the sitting Sussex County register of wills, and Scott Dailey, the sitting recorder of deeds, have filed for re-election.
Both elected over incumbent Democrats in 2010, Dailey and Green have worked tirelessly to maintain a high level of customer service and fiscal responsibilities for their county offices.
In the Register of Wills Office, Green has worked with Delaware courts to better increase the efficiency of the office through increased staff training and more transparent systems. Under Green, the Register of Wills has consistently improved service while meeting all of its budgetary goals.
Green, a lifelong resident of Sussex County, is dedicated to running the Register of Wills Office with professionalism and dedication. Green has also been active in working to increase the office’s statewide visibility to prevent the State of Delaware government from absorbing the office and taking the revenue it generates from Sussex County.
“We want to keep the money here in the county,” says Green. I have a proven record that shows I stand up for the residents of Sussex County."
In the Recorder of Deeds Office, Dailey has worked to improve the office’s interaction with the public and local real estate professionals. This has been accomplished while working to better preserve Sussex County’s historical land records.
Dailey is particularly proud of the fact that his office has run under budget since he was elected. “My office has returned hundreds of thousands of dollars back to the county in unspent budget funds. In 2010, I promised to bring fiscal responsibility to the Recorder of Deeds Office. My record shows that I kept my promise,” says Dailey.
Both Green and Dailey are looking forward to communicating their messages to voters this summer and fall.