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PORAC Endorses a Judge

Original post made by Michael G. Stogner on Jun 1, 2014

As the only Supervisor candidate interested in eliminating Prosecutorial Misconduct, I was impressed with the strong endorsement by PORAC (Parent Organization that Represents every Law Enforcement Officer in San Mateo County) for one of the candidates for Judge. This next statement is what caught my attention.

"In Fact Buenaventura is not supported by a single active law enforcement officer in California."

Lets check this statement for HONESTY.

Has anybody heard of a San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy named Juan Lopez? He is Write In candidate for SHERIFF.

This is a chance to elect judges that are not obligated to special interest groups. Get Involved.

Here is the Endorsement
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