Zizette Mullins, currently filling the term of Burbank’s previous City Clerk Margarita Campos, who retired in June, 2012 has received multiple endorsements from local officials in her own
bid for the City Clerk’s position.
“I’m very gratified by the endorsements and encouragement given to me by State Senator Carol Liu, Assemblyman Mike Gatto, Burbank’s Vice Mayor Gabel-Luddy and Council Members Bric, Gordon and Talamantes, along with former City Clerks Marge Lauerman and Merle Woodburn” said Mullins. “I’m especially thankful for the support of my staff, former City Clerk Mrs. Campos and the many community members who have helped me achieve a successful transition into this office through their advice and suggestions.”
Mullins has been a Burbank resident for more than 30 years and holds a degree in Business Management. Previously, she worked for the City of Glendale for 25 years, most recently filling
the position of Community Relations Manager.
“Elections are only successful if we can encourage a large number of residents to get out and vote,” Mullins said. “I’m asking all Burbank voters to return their ballots by February 26 th and
help us achieve the biggest turnout ever.” Mullins added that the postage on the ballots is being paid by the City this year so, “voting is free.”
Glendale’s loss is Burbank’s gain. Residents of Burbank can feel confident in electing Zizette as their City Clerk. She has an outstanding work ethic, is very knowledgeable, and has excellent people skills. She will serve the residents well.
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