Madison County Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller Tim Sanders announced Tuesday he will not run for re-election in 2016. Elected in 1992, Sanders will complete his sixth term in office in December of next year. In a letter to his fellow constitutional officers, county commissioners, county judge and judicial partners, Sanders wrote, “While I believe our office has made tremendous progress in the past 23 years through quality of service, efficiencies, and automation in serving the people of Madison County and all of our county, state, and judicial partners, there is still much to do and projects to complete before I leave.” Sanders stated, “The people of Madison County have blessed me with one of the greatest jobs in our community, one that has given me the opportunity to help others, and that’s been the real satisfaction of public service. I also appreciate and am thankful for all of the people that have served on my staff over the years and the important roles they have played in serving citizens in a wide range of duties and responsibilities.” He also recognized and was appreciative of the great relationships he has had with of all the Madison county constitutional officers, county commissioners, county coordinators, judges, department heads and staff during his tenure. In closing, Sanders thanked Madison County for its support and for honoring him with this public trust. “But it is time to pass this opportunity to someone else,” he wrote.
Tim Sanders will not seek re-election