Greg Kimsey, Auditor
The Clark County Auditor is elected to a four-year term. In addition to being the county’s chief financial officer, the auditor also oversees several essential county services. Additionally, the auditor works with various state agencies and the state legislature regarding legislation and issues affecting Clark County citizens.
Issues titles, registrations, and state licenses for automobiles, trucks, trailers, boats, and other motor vehicles.
Conducts federal, state, and local elections and manages voter registration for the citizens of Clark County.
Issues marriage licenses for weddings to be performed in the State of Washington.
As the county’s primary financial officer, the Auditor provides timely and accurate fiscal and debt information, evaluates financial alternatives, and provides financial support functions to the county to meet the county’s public service goals.
Performs analytical reviews of internal controls and accounting records to promote security of county assets and accurate financial reports. Conducts performance audits, which focus on program quality and the results achieved.
Records certain public documents and provides a means for the public to view the records.