Bexar County Clerk
Leadership - Experience - Integrity
Lucy Adame-Clark is the first Latina and first woman elected as Bexar County Clerk. She was born and raised in San Antonio. Mrs. Adame-Clark is a mother of two beautiful children and the wife of a sheriff’s deputy.
Mrs. Adame-Clark attended Southern Careers Institute where she entered into paralegal studies, and started her career with the Sheriff’s Office in 1997. In January 2008 she was promoted to the Criminal Investigation Division section as a Latent Print Examiner/AFIS, working with high profile cases throughout the county and statewide collaborating with federal agencies such as the FBI and ATF. Mrs. Adame-Clark was employed with the Criminal Investigation Division and worked for five years with Criminal Warrants.
As County Clerk, Mrs. Adame-Clark serves as the Bexar County Treasurer, a member of the Bexar County Bail Bond Board and Chair of the Records Management Committee. Her duties as County Clerk include maintaining the records of Commissioner’s Court, Probate and Mental Health Courts, Auxiliary Jail Court and 15 County Courts at Law. She is responsible for the recording of all public records, including land records, real property and vital statistics records such as marriage licenses and assumed names. She also maintains the Spanish Archive records with documents dating from the 1700s which represent Bexar County’s foundation.
Mrs. Adame-Clark is very active in the Bexar County community and has served in many leadership capacities. She formerly served as President of the booster club for the Southside Independent School District AFJROTC program and Precinct Chair for Democrat Precinct 1057, she continues to be involved as a leader in Bexar County. Throughout her 25 years of county service in the community, Mrs. Adame-Clark has worked on numerous projects, with the help of many others. Mrs. Adame-Clark is committed to serving the citizens of Bexar County. She has always been and will continue to be a prominent community activist as an involved member of the Veteran community to honor their service to the nation and serve their needs in addition to those of the county.