Public Safety

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    Maurice Tunstall Jr.

    City Councilor,
    White Salmon, Washington

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    Michael Snelson

    City Council,
    Springville, Utah

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    Herbert J. Camet Jr

    School Director,
    Seattle, Washington

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  • SUPPORT
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    I am in full support of funding our Pubilc Safety departments. We need a strong, capable Police and Firefighters staff to keep our city safe. They all deserve to be paid well and the best benefits we can provide. We recently increased their wages and are working resolve the coming penison issues that will hold us back from improving. We need to remain the preferred place to work in the county.

    John Dudas

    City Commissioner,
    Adrian, Michigan

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    I believe that it is necessary to support all laws that help improve as well as maintain public safety. If laws are not enforced it could lead to very serious conditions/death. I believe balanced laws can be used to protect both the community as well as the residents there of. However there is another side in which residents must support their local sheriff deputies and help them to ensure safety.

    John Moore

    Village Council,
    South Lebanon, Ohio

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    We have a serious drug problem in our communities that is effecting public safety. As I go door to door, I am told by one voter after the other of the criminal activities that are doing on in their neighborhoods as a result of the drug epidemic. We must do a better job of drug enforcement and policing the problem. As county commissioner, I will bring all parties to the table to attack this issue.

    Mark D Scott

    Commissioner,
    Elkins

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