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Posted: Tuesday, June 8, 2010 12:00 am

Today's California primary election doesn't promise to bring the voters out in large numbers. Austin Erdman, San Joaquin County's registrar of voters, expects a turnout of less than 30 percent in the county.

So it will be a small percentage of the citizenry who will determine which Republican will try to oust Jerry McNerney from Congress, which Republican will get the nod in the 14th Senate District, whether Steve Moore will continue to be county sheriff, whether Don Nottoli continues to represent Galt on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors and if Lodi's Alan Nakanishi gets the Republican nomination for Board of Equalization.

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  • posted at 2:21 pm on Tue, Jun 8, 2010.


    I think that the public would be very upset to dish out for a sexual harassment suit, like they are going to have to dish out for a lawsuit because the Sheriff's Office failed to adequately search a murder defendent where a judge was stabbed in court. I care about lawsuits being awarded because of negligent behavior and serving conduct.

  • posted at 12:49 pm on Tue, Jun 8, 2010.


    Deputy - go waste some more tax money. I didn't care about Tiger, I did not care about Newt Gingrich and the 5 other republicans and I did not care about Bill & Monica. Get it!! You are insignificant and what 2 adults do is NONE OF YOUR BEESWAX!

  • posted at 11:37 am on Tue, Jun 8, 2010.


    jbhikerObviously you are unfamiliar with peace officer code of ethics or county policies. It is unethical for a supervisor to have a sexual relationship with a subordinate. All county employees are provided with sexual harassent training and this conduct of a supervisor engaging in an intimate relationship with a subordinate is against county policy. Sexual harassment suits cost the county big money. What kind of sheriff would subject the county to further potential lawsuits? I will tell you what kind, one who is only interested in his own gratification. No regard for wife or government liability

  • posted at 11:12 am on Tue, Jun 8, 2010.


    Are they both Adults? Not Guilty!

  • posted at 8:40 am on Tue, Jun 8, 2010.


    Does a good man have affairs with a subordnate dispatcher that he supervises? She has come foward just like Tiger Woods women outed him. She has phone records, dates and places of trips they went on. Are these qualities of a good man?

  • posted at 3:27 am on Tue, Jun 8, 2010.


    Sheriff Moore is a good man who has run and improved a great group of law enforcement personnel. I will happily cast my vote to keep him in his current job as Sheriff.



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