Sheriff Watch: Politics of Ballot Designations Results in a Challenge to Duffy

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From today’s Sunday San Diego at the FlashReport… The first competitive San Diego County Sheriff’s race since 1994 enters its primary leg with three hopefuls to appear on the ballot. As well, a challenge has been filed over one candidate’s chosen ballot description. The pool of anticipated competitors narrowed from four on Friday, when perennial candidate Bruce Ruff dropped his bid in …

Sheriff’s Race Dwindles to Three

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Unless Bruce Ruff plans on walking into the Registrar of Voters, paying his filing fee, taking out his nomination form, and returning with 20 signatures in the next half-hour, he’s out. Let’s put it this way.  He’s out. For a guy whose campaign kept promising information that would blow the top off the race, Ruff’s campaign ends rather quietly. It …

Lincoln Club Endorses Bill Gore in SD Sheriff’s Race

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San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore received the endorsement of The Lincoln Club of San Diego County for his candidacy in the race for San Diego County Sheriff. In a news release issued today, Tom Sudberry, Chairman of the Lincoln Club’s Board of Directors, said Gore’s proven record of leadership and managerial skills qualify him as the best candidate for …

Sheriff Watch: Early Polling Shows Duffy Leading

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From my post at the FlashReport… See the press release below and don’t even begin to tell me that aging name ID from the green-and-white-car days doesn’t mean anything. That said, it’s still significantly early. Name ID can be softened just as significantly with financial resources and momentum.  Appointed Sheriff Bill Gore and former Assemblyman Jay La Suer have plenty of …

Amato’s Take on the Sheriff’s Race

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KCBQ AM-1170 and Washington Times Radio Talk Show Host Rick Amato recently weighed in on a sheriff’s candidate debate held September 12 in El Cajon…. On Saturday, I had the opportunity to sponsor and co-moderate a debate among the San Diego County Sheriff candidates.  It followed the East County TEA Party, where an estimated 1500 people attended. Questions were made available …