Natrona County Treasurer Tom Doyle Seeks Fourth Term
Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Natrona County Treasurer Tom Doyle, a Republican, will run for his party's nomination to seek another four-year term, he said Friday.
The treasurer's job can be boring or adventuresome, and he likes the interaction with the public, Doyle said.
"The people is what the best part is," Doyle said. "I love to meet people and I love to talk to them."
The treasurer's office is in charge of collecting the motor vehicle and property taxes, Doyle said. The county assessor assigns the values of commercial and residential properties. The vehicle price determines the value of motor vehicle taxes.
If re-elected, Doyle wants to improve the efficiency of the financial sheets and general ledger, he said.
"It just gives us the opportunity to incorporate multiple funds, something that we've had to do manually for years," Doyle said. "Instead of doing Excel spreadsheets to present to the commissioners, we're hoping it will be a 'push the button kind of thing,."
Doyle, 62, earned an accounting degree from the University of Wyoming.
As of Friday, no other candidates have filed to run for the treasurer position, according to the Natrona County Elections Office.