I humbly announce to my family, friends, and supporters that I am now your newly elected Rockwall City Councilman for Place 3. I don’t know where to begin because there are so many people responsible for making this possible.

I humbly thank Heavenly Father for the strength and guidance to persevere through this tiring process. I thank my family for supporting me and being there at every turn as I worked my way through numerous obstacles. Thank you Mom and Dad in Heaven for making me who I am and giving me the ability to share of yourselves through my actions and my being. I thank my friends and supporters for your belief and trust in me to get the job done, your personal support and campaign donations, and the belief in a better Rockwall based on the qualifications that I bring to the Rockwall City Council.

If I were to attempt to identify everyone by name that made this win possible, I’d surely overlook someone, so thank you all for everything that you’ve done to make this possible. Thank you to everyone who stepped up in the final days of the campaign to fill the void when I couldn’t be there. Many of you gave selflessly of yourselves while making personal sacrifices, while suffering through physical infirmities, and by affording me opportunities that otherwise would never have been possible.

Thank you for your belief and trust in me to help lead and guide Rockwall into the future.

Clarence L. Jorif
Councilman (Elect)
Rockwall City Council Place 3

Clarence Jorif for Rockwall City Council, Place 3

Election Day is Saturday, May 1, 2021. Early voting is scheduled for April 19-27. Additional election information, such as voting locations and how to register to vote can be found at www.rockwallvotes.com.

Guiding Principles

Three principles that will guide me in promoting and preserving conservative solutions as your Rockwall City Councilman for Place 3 are:

  • Is it ethical, moral, constitutional and support a core function of our city and city government?

  • Does it promote public safety and responsible infrastructure and business development?

  • Will it reduce spending, taxes/fees, government control, regulations, and/or state overreach?

Clarence Jorif with family at city hall