Molly Fitzpatrick was first elected as Boulder County Clerk and Recorder in 2018 and re-elected to a second four-term term in 2022. As Boulder County Clerk and Recorder, Fitzpatrick oversees three divisions: electionsmotor vehicle, and recording.

Fitzpatrick serves as the president-elect of the Colorado County Clerks Association and is slated to serve as president of the association in 2024. She also serves as the association’s elections legislative co-chair, collaborating closely with county clerks and stakeholders to implement forward-thinking election reforms prioritizing security and accessibility in elections. She actively participates in multiple national working groups and dedicates her time to the Electronic Recording Technology Board, which supports the digitization of land records in Colorado.

In her time as clerk, she has already overseen seven elections. She has consistently championed advancements that uphold the values of integrity, accessibility, and security in the elections process and has worked to demonstrate these values to the public through proactive communication and outreach.

Before becoming clerk, Fitzpatrick demonstrated her commitment to civic engagement as the organizing director at New Era Colorado, where she orchestrated statewide initiatives that empowered young voters to participate in the democratic process. Her efforts not only aided voters in navigating the complexities of voting but also contributed to pivotal administrative and policy reforms aimed at making democracy more accessible.