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Letter: San Joaquin County will benefit from Tori Verber Salazar’s leadership

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Posted: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 7:05 am

Tori Verber Salazar is the only choice for District Attorney of San Joaquin County. Tori has been with the District Attorney’s office for 25 years, working to keep our streets safe and prosecuting the most violent offenders. Tori has been a member of the gang homicide unit since 2006 and has successfully prosecuted some of the most notorious gangsters. She has brought justice to victims and their families and has done so with professionalism, integrity and dedication to our community.

Tori realized many years ago we needed to get ahead of the problem of crime, and has worked to create programs designed to detour young people from becoming involved in criminal activity. She has been a pioneer in this area and created one of California’s premier programs, which allows students to speak directly with inmates serving life sentences. Each year Tori speaks to over 5,000 students. Her program to turn youths away from gangs has been recognized and used as a model by others.

Tori is endorsed by the Lodi Police Officers Association, San Joaquin Co. Deputy Sheriff Association and all of law enforcement. She is endorsed by the entire county Board of Supervisors and the Lodi Chamber of Commerce. This speaks volumes for her credibility and the respect she has earned through hard work and dedication to the community.

Tori Verber Salazar is the clear choice to be the District Attorney of San Joaquin County.

Christy Newport


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