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This policy is in keeping with sound and longstanding journalism practices. Thanks to all those who voted for me To the Editor on July I would like to take an opportunity to officially thank all the Schuyler County voters who voted early, went to the polls on June 22nd and turned in absentee ballots for me in the Republican Primary. I am humbled and honored, to say the least. Although I am very pleased with the I do not plan to stop there.
I will continue to get the word out about who I am and why I am the best choice for all Schuyler County residents, across the board, on November 2nd to be your next Sheriff. I would like to thank my committee. They are all true professionals and a very dedicated group of colleagues.
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I am very appreciative of all your long volunteer hours you have spent working on this with me. There is also a long list of others to thank. From everyone who carried petitions to those who hung door hangers, as well as the volunteer hours you spent with me at events leading up to June 22nd.
A huge thank you to those who hung s, wore shirts, spread the word and donated to the campaign. For being there and sticking by me through the long hours and time away from you. We are half way there Team Rumz! Again, thank you all. I will continue to knock on doors To the Editor on June I would like to thank everyone who came out June 22 to vote for me in the Republican Primary Election.
Though the were not what I had hoped, this just means that I will continue to knock on doors and talk to as many Schuyler County residents as possible, to talk to you about who I am and what I stand for, in order to convince you that I am the right choice to be your next Schuyler County Sheriff.
My qualifications and experience have prepared me for this position. Again, thank you to everyone that has and continues to support me. I will continue my hard work and dedication to Schuyler County, and I hope that by November, I will have convinced you that I am the best choice to be your next Schuyler County Sheriff. Breck A. Rumsey: I want to help end the negative stereotypes that exist of law enforcement To the Editor on June I want to help end the negative stereotypes that exist of law enforcement and show that we are there to protect and serve, with an emphasis on serving this community.
I want Schuyler County residents to tell their neighbors that their deputies are approachable, compassionate, and highly prepared for any situation that may come to our community. I am invested in this community both personally and professionally. I want to provide similar experiences to you, the residents, that I have been privileged enough to receive throughout my life here. What I do not know, I will learn.
I am not afraid to seek input from others to make the best possible decisions. What I have facing me, I will face head on.
Where there is a will, there is a way. I remember hearing that many times as a teenager growing up here in Schuyler County. As Americans, the right to vote has been one of many traditions and values we have fought so hard to preserve. Remember to exercise that right and vote Tuesday, June 22, from 6am-9pm. I would be honored for you to show your confidence in me by casting your vote for me to be the next Sheriff of Schuyler County. Thank you and God Bless you all! Spaulding is more than qualified To the Editor on June This year, you will have the opportunity to elect a Sheriff who will swear an oath to serve and protect you and your family.
A Sheriff who will be sensitive to your needs and those of the community. A person with executive experience to manage a vital constitutional organization to the best of their ability. Breck Spaulding, born and raised in Schuyler County, has dedicated his life to serving the residents of Schuyler County as a year member of the Schuyler County Sheriff's Office.
Advancing through the ranks, Breck has spent the last 16 years in the second-in-command rank of Undersheriff. Holding that position for 16 years means that Breck is more than qualified to step up to being your next Schuyler County Sheriff. During that time, I have seen Breck mature into the man he is today. A father, a grandfather, a firefighter, a police officer, a fiscal manager, and an executive officer. I encourage you to look at the qualifications of the candidates, their position on community issues and their commitment to the people of Schuyler County.
I am sure you find that Breck Spaulding is the best choice to be your next Sheriff. Undersheriff William E. Life lessons that Kevin uses daily To the Editor on June Kevin P. Rumsey is a man of honor, integrity, and compassion. He has been an important part of my life from a very young age.
He is a man that strives for perfection and believes in many important life lessons that he will use when he is elected Sheriff of Schuyler County. I know this because he is my husband, and I have had a front row seat watching him lead by example for years.
Let me share with you some of the life lessons that Kevin has learned and that he uses daily in his own life. This is how he was raised. If you knew his father, you know the strength and perseverance that was needed to keep moving forward. He has always taken pride in his work and wants his men and women to do the same. I have watched him help people of all ages. Whether it was at a sporting event, a deputy that he knows has the potential to be a great law enforcement officer or an elderly stranger needing assistance to change a tire on the side of the road.
Compassion, Resiliency, and Strength. They go to bed every night with images of victims from fatal motor vehicle accidents. Images of suicide scenes. Images of babies that have drowned. Images of domestic violence. Images of individuals that did not survive an overdose, even after medical intervention.
Images that could crush even the strongest people. This job requires a strong backbone. A solid foundation of values. A firm support system. We need our heroes to have someone they know they can go to to get the support and reinforcement they need and deserve to serve our community. Kevin is that person.
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He has those skills. He has the desire to help his men and women to succeed. Treat others the way you would like to be treated. Kevin is a man that people trust. They call on him often and he never complains. He has never pushed anyone away. He never judges them. He is always willing to give his personal time to others to make a difference.
He looks below the surface.