Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart Will Not Seek a Fourth Term as Recorder

(Waukee, IA) – Republican Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart announced today that he will not seek a fourth term as Dallas County Recorder in 2022. Recorder Airhart was elected in 2010 after winning a contested primary against the then Deputy Recorder, and defeating the 22-year incumbent Recorder in the general election. Airhart’s impressive showing in 2010, […] Read more »

Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart Reports Substantial First Term Surplus & Accomplishments

(Waukee, IA) – It’s rare in government that we hear about elected officials and politicians sticking to their budgets. Let alone being under budget, but that is exactly what Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart has done every year of his first term in office. Four years ago Airhart ran for Recorder and unseated a 22-year […] Read more »

Airhart receives PRIA Award – Two Ernst Scholarships Awarded Nationwide

The Property Records Industry Association (PRIA) has presented two Ernst Scholarships Awards for the 2014-15 membership year which begins on August 1, 2014. The Ernst Scholarship Award was established by Ernst Publishing Co., in conjunction with PRIA, in recognition of the late Carl Ernst for his contributions to PRIA and the extended property records industry. […] Read more »

Chad Airhart Organizes Republicans to Play the Iowa Reapers

Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart has organized Dallas County Republican Officials to play the Iowa Reapers in a game of Beep Baseball. The amazing adaptive sport for the blind, which is played blindfolded, will put Iowa’s only Beep Baseball team, the Iowa Reapers agains Republican Dallas County elected officials. The National Beep Baseball Association was organized in […] Read more »

Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart Files to be on 2014 Ballot

Adel, IA – March 3rd was the first day of the filing period to appear on the 2014 primary ballot. Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart was the first candidate to file that morning. He filed with nearly double the required amount of signatures to qualify for the ballot. “Four years ago I campaigned to streamline county […] Read more »

With GOP Leaders, Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart Announces Plans to Run For Re-Election

Waukee, Iowa – Thursday’s ice storm did not keep central Iowans away from supporting Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart’s 2nd Annual Blue Jean Bash. Iowa Representative Rob Taylor and David Oman hosted the event for the Dallas County Recorder at Jethro’s Jambalaya and BBQ in Dallas County. Over 100 supporters braved the cold winds and […] Read more »

RECORDER’S OFFICE WORK FLOW & REVENUES INCREASE, CREATING LARGE BUDGET SURPLUS

Adel, Iowa – The Dallas County Recorder’s Office reported a FY13 surplus of $439,893.53. Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart said, “The surplus is a result of fiscally conservative principles and being in the right place at the right time.” Dallas County is not only the fastest growing County in Iowa, it is one of the fastest […] Read more »

Chad Airhart speaks at the Governor’s Weekly Press Conference

On March 11, 2013, Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart spoke at the Governor’s weekly press conference in support of Governor Branstad’s Commercial Property Tax Reform Plan. Here are Recorder Airhart’s comments: “Thank you Governor Branstad and Lt. Governor Reynolds for the invitation to join you here this morning. I want to start by commending the […] Read more »

RECORDER’S OFFICE SETS RECORD FOR RECORDED DOCUMENTS IN 2012

Adel, Iowa – The Dallas County Recorder’s Office saw more work in 2012 than in any other calendar year in the history of the County. 2012 brought in 23,902 documents for recording; 26,667 total documents counting ground water hazard statements. In 2003 Dallas County recorded a total of 25,269. During the Recorder’s budget hearing on […] Read more »

TWO YEARS IN A ROW: DALLAS COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE HAD A QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR SURPLUS

Adel, Iowa – The Dallas County Recorder’s Office closed its 2012 fiscal year books with a surplus of $263,108. At the end of the 2011 fiscal year, the Recorder showed a surplus of $244,069. Chad Airhart, who is serving his first term as Dallas County Recorder said, “My motto when it comes to government dollars is […] Read more »

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