Sebastian County Treasurer and Collector Judith Miller has announced that she will seek re-election this year.
Miller, who has served in Sebastian County government for 25 years, has been treasurer for the last five years.
In a press release, Miller's campaign highlights what is said are accomplishments since first taking office in 2009.
"Miller has introduced some innovative (ways) to make the Treasurer/Collector's office more efficient and convenient in its service to the public. The Collector's office offers partial payments, online payments, or Smartphone applications for taxpayers. Taxpayers can view their statement on line plus their receipts. Miller has updated the Treasurer's and Collector's software to make communication with the taxpayer easier and keep the offices up on the latest technology."
A Greenwood native, Miller is a member of the Arkansas Association of Treasurers and sits on its board of continuing education. She is also a board member of the Arkansas Association of Collectors, the National Association of Counties, and the International Association of Clerks and Treasurers.
Miller, who along with her husband Sam have two children and two grandchildren, said her previous five years in office showed a clear record of achievements.
"I am grateful for the support that I have received from the citizens, voters, and taxpayers," she said. "I stand on the record of my achievements in office. I am asking for your vote in the upcoming 2014 election. My staff and I strive for excellent in service and my door is always open to address your concerns."