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Letter: For public safety, re-elect Sheriff Steve Moore

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Posted: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 12:00 am

My husband Tasso and I have been residents of Woodbridge in San Joaquin County for the past 20 years. We cherish this area and are active citizens.

Shortly after Steve Moore was elected Sheriff of San Joaquin County, he kept his campaign promise to put community patrol cars back into our communities, in addition to providing a resource to train us how to effectively work with law enforcement through the Neighborhood Watch program. We noticed a significant drop in the county’s crime rate.

Despite budget cuts during the tough economy, Sheriff Moore streamlined operations without laying off deputies, and the crime rate continued to go down.

He is endorsed by three taxpayer associations for protecting public safety and our tax money.

We have also noticed that “agricultural dumping” significantly declined during his tenure, and the San Joaquin Farm Bureau Federation endorses Sheriff Moore for protecting agricultural lands and communities.

During his time in office Sheriff Moore has been available to listen to county residents and their concerns, and formed excellent alliances with every segment of the community as a proactive and inclusive public safety leader.

Sheriff Moore is also endorsed by four San Joaquin County Supervisors (Ken Vogel, Frank Ruhstaller, Steve Bestolarides and Bob Elliott), San Joaquin County Treasurer-Tax Collector Shabbir Khan and Crime Victims United of California.

Please join us in re-electing Sheriff Moore for our continued public safety.

Gertie and Tasso Kandris

Woodbridge

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