Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Ramsey has the right experience


Sheriff Gene Ramsey is the only candidate with the experience to be sheriff in Blaine County. In addition to his 34 years of leadership at the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office, he has the ability to inspire, motivate and bring people together. Sheriff Ramsey has done an exceptional job in ensuring that the Sheriff’s Office provides professional law enforcement services to the citizens of Blaine County.

Sheriff Ramsey has transformed the office into an exceptionally efficient organization. He is a listener and thinker who has provided dedicated leadership. His record as chief deputy for 33 years and sheriff for the last year and a half speaks volume about his ability to lead the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office. 

There are so many aspects to modern-day law enforcement: patrol, detention, search and rescue, disaster services, SERT team, driver’s license, civil processing, school resource officer program, marine patrol, prisoner transport, extradition, records management, risk management and fiscal responsibility. We want a sheriff who has first-hand experience and knowledge in all these areas and more.

Sheriff Ramsey understands the difference between “needs” and “wants.” He has effectively and efficiently managed the Sheriff’s Office budget for more than three decades.

Sheriff Ramsey is a leader who can make the right decisions. He will continue to protect and serve the citizens of Blaine County through progressive, comprehensive and cost-effective law enforcement.

On Nov. 6, cast your vote for the very best candidate for Blaine County sheriff—Sheriff Gene Ramsey!

Ronnie Taylor

Retired Bellevue marshal

 




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