Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller has been appointed to a federal election committee.
Schoeller has been chosen to fill a vacant position on the U.S. Election Assistance Commission Technical Guidelines Development Committee, according to a press release. The committee guides the EAC in implementing the requirements of the Help America Vote Act of 2002, such as advances in electoral practices and computer technologies.
In addition, Schoeller was elected president of the Missouri Association of County Clerks and Election Authorities in September. As president, he will be responsible for chairing executive committee meetings and working on statewide electoral matters.
“I am honored to be able to serve both at TGDC and as President of MACCEA, as they both represent individuals from all sides of the political spectrum who are dedicated to their personal opinions based on their experience in their positions. respective roles, “Schoeller said in” Election authorities across the country, and particularly here in Missouri, are working hard to ensure that our elections are free, fair and accessible – and we will continue to look for ways to ensure that that every vote is cast and counted both in a secure and accessible manner.
Schoeller became Greene County Clerk in 2015 after six years as a member of the Missouri House of Representatives. He also served as executive director of the Missouri Republican Party.
Schoeller will retain his role as Greene County Clerk while holding federal and state positions.