Becky Foster

Becky was born and grew up in Florida and moved to Kingman in 1970.
She relocated to Las Vegas in 1997 and retired after working 20 years as
a court clerk in the 8 th Judicial District Court in Las Vegas.
Becky raised her family in Kingman and always planned to return home
upon her retirement from Clark County Courts. She moved back home
in 2018 and started a legal transcription business producing official civil
and criminal trial transcripts for Clark County Courts.
During the time she spent in Nevada, Becky performed volunteer work
and contributed to the Las Vegas community in many ways such as
volunteering as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate), serving as
president of her homeowner’s association board and supervising poll
workers for Clark County elections. The Clark County Commission
named her a “Friend of the Community” in 2004.
Becky served two terms on the Mohave County Board of Supervisors
(which included sitting as a member of the Board of Equalization that
hears appeals from the Assessor’s property valuations).
She has a BA degree in Business Administration with minor studies in
Journalism. Additionally, she studied property appraisal methods at
Arizona State University while working with Glenn Chapman, a local
appraiser. Likewise, she worked as a licensed Realtor® in both Arizona
and Nevada.
She was Acting Personnel Director for Mohave County and Personnel
Director for the Hualapai Tribal Council in Peach Springs. Additionally,
she interned with The Arizona Republic as a college student.
She volunteered at KRMC (Kingman Regional Medical Center),
volunteered to deliver Thanksgiving meals to people in need, as a posse
member with the Mohave County Sheriff’s Volunteer Posse,
managed/coached Little League Teams, and led a Brownie troop among

other community services. Becky has a life-long commitment to serving
and giving back to her community no matter where she lives.
Becky holds the Constitution dear and is passionate about defending the
first and second amendments. She is a proud and responsible gun owner
and will defend anyone’s right to speak whether she agrees with them or
“Free speech is not always pretty, eloquent or politically correct but it
must be protected at all costs.” – Becky Foster
Becky is uniquely qualified to be your Mohave County Assessor and
graciously asks for your vote.
A more extensive list of the positions she has held, her achievements and
community service are available on her website.

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