Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Ramsey: effective & progressive


As a deputy of the Blaine County Sheriff's Office for more than 29 years, I know and have worked in one form or the other with all the candidates who are running for the office of sheriff.

The candidates have all been in law enforcement for a number of years, but there is only one candidate who has the experience, established record and integrity and is unmatched in professionalism to be our sheriff. That person is Gene Ramsey.

For most of my career I have been fortunate enough to work with Gene Ramsey. I have found him to be both an effective leader and progressive in keeping up with the needs of our growing community. Sheriff Gene Ramsey has been instrumental in the development of Blaine County's experienced and professional law enforcement team

While the other candidates are good men, they are untested as departmental leaders and only have minimal first-line management experience in a patrol division. The proper management of Blaine County Sheriff's Office is a critically complex job that requires the skill, experience and ability to protect our citizens and handle all the law enforcement needs of this community.

Please join me Tuesday, May 15, in supporting Gene Ramsey and keeping him as our sheriff.

ED FULLER

Chief Deputy

Blaine County Sheriff Office




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