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In Texas Counties with a population of fewer than 8,000 (unless there has been a special election) the County Clerk also serves as the District Clerk and assumes all constitutional and statutory duties of both positions.
In Texas counties with a population of fewer than 8,000, unless there has been a special election, the county clerk also serves as the district clerk, assuming all constitutional and statutory duties of the district clerk, along with those of county clerk.
For more complete information about the duties of a district clerk, county clerk and other county officials, see the “2016 Guide to Texas Laws for County Officials."
Submitted by john wertz on 2018-01-13 20:51:41