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Freddie Gault

Clerk of Court

County of Union

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Background Information

Employment History

Clerk of Court

Union County College


Captain

Union Public Safety Department


Affiliations

Union County Family YMCA

Clerk of Court


US Fifth District Rep

District Liaison


Court

Union County Clerk


Sanford

Union County Clerk


South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Association

Board Member


U.S. Attorney's Office

Member, Committee


Education

South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy


Web References(63 Total References)


uniondailytimes.com

Gault named to Rubio leadership team
Courtesy photo Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio (left) poses for a picture with Union County Republican Party Executive Committeeman Freddie Gault (right). Gault, who served as Union County Clerk of Court from 2009-2015 and now works as District Liaison for US Fifth District Rep. Courtesy photo Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio (left) poses for a picture with Union County Republican Party Executive Committeeman Freddie Gault (right). Gault, who served as Union County Clerk of Court from 2009-2015 and now works as District Liaison for US Fifth District Rep. In a statement released Monday, the "Marco Rubio for President" campaign announced its "South Carolina Grassroots Leadership Team" with Gault selected as the campaign's leader for Union County. Gault was appointed clerk of court in Oct. 2009 by Gov. In 2012, Gault ran for and won a term as clerk of court in his own right, becoming the first Republican to win election to county office since the end of Reconstruction. Gault served as clerk of court until December 2015 when he resigned to become district liaison for US Fifth District Rep. Gault is also an Executive Committeeman of the Union County Republican Party. Prior to his appointment as clerk of court, Gault spent 27 years in law enforcement, retiring as a captain from the Union Public Safety Department. Concerning his involvement in the grassroots leadership team, Gault said Monday that "I'll be going to the different events that Marco's having such as town hall meetings and really just helping his campaign in any way I can." "He has a lot of the same views that I do, he's very strong on defense, he supports our military," Gault said. "Even before the death of Justice Scalia, he (Rubio) said the next president would be appointing two Supreme Court justices, and now it looks like three," Gault said. 'He is a good family man," Gault said. Courtesy photo Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio (left) poses for a picture with Union County Republican Party Executive Committeeman Freddie Gault (right). Gault, who served as Union County Clerk of Court from 2009-2015 and now works as District Liaison for US Fifth District Rep. Courtesy photo Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio (left) poses for a picture with Union County Republican Party Executive Committeeman Freddie Gault (right). Gault, who served as Union County Clerk of Court from 2009-2015 and now works as District Liaison for US Fifth District Rep.


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Online Records Search: Freddie Gault, Union County Clerk of Court (South Carolina)


www.countyofunion.org [cached]

William F. "Freddie" Gault
Clerk of Court Union County Court House 210 West Main Street Union, SC 29379 (864) 429-1630 fgault@countyofunion.com The Honorable William F. " Freddie" Gault was appointed Clerk of Court for Union County by Governor Mark Sanford in October 2009. Prior to his appointment Mr. Gault was Captain with the Union Public Safety Department where he retired with 27 years in law enforcement.


www.unionscsheriff.com [cached]

Sheriff Taylor and Clerk of Court, William F. Gault have partnered to implement a program designed to bring Deadbeat Parents to justice.


www.uniondailytimes.com

Anderson: Union County to be commended for electing Gault
Gault was sworn in during a ceremony in the main courtroom of the Union Courthouse on Thursday. slideshow Charles Warner|Daily Times Union Count Clerk of Court Freddie Gault presents his wife, Melodi, with a bouquet of roses after being sworn in as clerk of court Thursday afternoon. Gault presented the flowers to his wife to honor her for her efforts to support his career and care for their family when his work took him away from home and to tell her how much he loves her. Charles Warner|Daily Times Union Count Clerk of Court Freddie Gault presents his wife, Melodi, with a bouquet of roses after being sworn in as clerk of court Thursday afternoon. Gault presented the flowers to his wife to honor her for her efforts to support his career and care for their family when his work took him away from home and to tell her how much he loves her. slideshow Gault selected U.S. After swearing him in, Anderson congratulated the people of Union County for electing Gault as Clerk of Court. "I've been a judge 32 years and have worked with Freddie for 30 years. He was one of the most reliable and honest law officers I have known. The people of Union County are to be commended for their judgment in electing him their Clerk of Court." Gault then addressed the crowd that had gathered for the ceremony, beginning his address by thanking Anderson, not only for swearing him in, but for being his teacher during the many years they worked together. "I want to thank everyone for coming today," Gault said. Gault, who was appointed to the Clerk of Court's office in 2009 and won a term in his own right in the November 2012 general election, recalled the beginning of his tenure. "When I was appointed by Governor Sanford three years ago he swore me in and I took the same oath that I have taken today," Gault said. Gault also looked back at the achievements of the past three years, achievements that he said were the result of cooperation between his office and other judicial and government offices and the support and hard work of his staff. "When I took office I met with my staff and several others and asked what are some things we can do to make the clerk's office better," Gault said. Gault said that Brackett also helped with funding that enable his office to address the problem of acoustics in the courtroom through the installation and panels on the walls. Family Court improvements were also touted by Gault. "I had security updates made to the Annex building, made some changes so that the entire child support staff can go to court and can do monthly reports and not just one employee as in the past," Gault said. "We have been working with the state and in the next few months we will have a similar system of the CMS when all the counties in South Carolina go live with our new Family Court system." Gault also discussed the improvements that have made it easier for the public to access the mortgages and deeds kept in his office. "Mortgages and deeds was an area that had been looked overlooked for years," Gault said. "The equipment used for researching and printing of mortgages and deeds did not work properly and the copies were not always legible. "We were able to purchase new equipment for the researching and printing of mortgages and deeds," he said. "We doubled the number of computers used in the clerk's office for public use. All without any increase to the budge. With the help of Supervisor Tommy Sinclair and county council we were able to place our mortgages online for public research and viewing." Gault also praised his staff of their hard work. "I want to take a moment to recognized my staff and thank them for all the hard work that they do," Gault said. "These folks work non-stop each day. Judge Lee Alford told some people in his chambers one day that he had served as a circuit court judge, family court judge, and probate judge and that he could say from experience that the Clerk of Court's office is the busisest office in the courthouse." Gault also thanked his family for supporting him and his career, even when it took him away from them as it often did. "First I want to thank my wife, Melodi, she has always supported me," Gault said. Gault then reached under his desk and brought out a large bouquet of rose which he presented to his wife with a kiss. "I want to tell them both how proud I am of both of them," Gault said.


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