Terry Ford Will Be ON DUTY…

Dear Editor,

You might be misled, because the current sheriff is a great campaigner. He has a nice smile and a firm handshake. But he’s an absent sheriff. He spends much of his time outside Bonner County, and is rarely seen by county residents. His leadership is ethically flawed, and he models this behavior for his deputies. We need a change!

Terry Ford is respected by everyone he has worked with, and those who know him. He works hard, is well-trained, and will be the sheriff on duty for our safety and well-being. Write in Terry Ford for sheriff and darken the box in front of his name on your ballot.  Your vote matters and you DO have a choice!

Marcy Brosseau

Sandpoint

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