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Meet Jamie

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Jamie Romeo is a lifelong resident of the Town of Irondequoit, proud mother of Dominic and a proud Democrat.


On February 6, 2020, Jamie received a Gubernatorial appointment to fill the vacancy and serve the remainder of the current term of Monroe County Clerk until December 31st, 2020. She was elected to her first 4-year term in November 2020, winning 54% of the vote.


Within weeks of her initial appointment as County Clerk, Jamie and her team faced the COVID-19 pandemic, shutdown, and eventual reopen that drastically shifted their perspective on the value of the services provided by the County Clerk's Office, and a broader definition of accessibility. These lessons have largely defined the new vision and mission of the operations of the Monroe County Clerk's Office.

In her first term, Jamie established the first Annual Report for the Monroe County Clerk's Office. You can view the 2022 Report HERE and the 2023 Report HERE.

Jamie has also been proud to be a very active member with the New York Association of County Clerk's (NYSACC). In 2021, she was recognized with the NYSACC Annual Clerk Achievement Award. She currently serves as co-chair of the Legislative and Pistol Permit Committees, and chair of the Finger Lakes Regional Committee of County Clerks.


Jamie has had the honor and privilege of serving this community in numerous capacities. She served as the New York State Assemblywoman representing the 136th District (Brighton, City of Rochester, Irondequoit) in the NYS Legislature until early 2020. Jamie also served as MCDC Chairwoman, Chief of Staff in the New York State Senate, and long-time staffer to the Monroe County Legislature. This experience has empowered Jamie with immense insight into the workings of local government and their power to effect real change in our community.

At an early age, Jamie has been dedicated to public service and environmental stewardship. In 1993, she organized the first International Coastal Clean-Up event in Monroe County; which will be holding its 26th annual event in September 2020.

Jamie is a graduate from St. John Fisher College cum laude through the Service Scholar Program, and received her Masters in Public Administration from SUNY Brockport.

She is currently working on her Palworld skills to be a better-suited gaming partner to her son, Dominic.

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