Ann has received her bachelor's degree in education from SUNY Cortland and a master's degree from Marist College in public administration.
Ann's extensive community service includes serving on the boards for:
Ann also volunteers at the Nelson Odeon and the Nelson Methodist Church's roast beef dinners.
Ann worked as an educator for several years after graduating in 1985 before shifting into public service; she has served as the Democratic Deputy Commissioner since 2004 where she has created policies and procedures for the Board of Elections. Jones lives in Fenner with her husband, Scott, on the family farm where they raised their two children.
Ann Jones standing with Madison County Undersheriff John Ball at the 2017 Whitelaw Old Home Day Parade
Ann Jones with her loving husband Scott Jones
WHY IS SHE RUNNING
“I'm running for county clerk because I want to ensure that the incredible customer service the clerk’s office staff provides will continue. I also want to expand round-the-clock online services, which will save taxpayers money,” Jones said.
“I strongly believe that the county offices need to work for every citizen. Madison County is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. We need to ensure that government services are efficient and accessible to all. I have had ample opportunity, through my formal education, work experiences, and serving the community, to build a solid leadership platform that includes positive thinking, confident communication skills, and proven leadership abilities.”
Ann's stellar performance and experience has led to her gaining the endorsements of several organizations in Madison County.