Letters to the Editor

Supports Brad Fincher for San Juan County sheriff

Brad Fincher has my vote for sheriff. I think Brad has what it takes to become sheriff and to guide the Sheriff’s Department into the future.

I have had the privilege of working closely with Brad during my time as San Juan County Fair manager. I met Brad when he moved to the San Juans and began his career with San Juan County. He served as Fair Board member and often as Fair Board chairman for more than nine years. His work and support contributed to the success of the fair.

Brad always made time to assist with grants, proposals, or budgets that were submitted to the county or to the Department of Agriculture. As Fair Board chairman, Brad was closely involved in the purchase and development of the additional property the fairgrounds acquired in 2005. He also provided advice and direction for the re-designation request for the fairgrounds approved recently by the County Council.

Brad cares about the community; he has done amazing work as the Work Program supervisor, as the Adult Probation officer and for the Prevention Coalition. He has the knowledge of the legal process. He is a hard worker. He cares about people.

Brad has the qualities to direct the Sheriff’s Office and to set the tone of cooperation.

He is young, energetic, has the right background and skills for sheriff. Brad is a go-to guy. He will get the job done and he will do a great job for all the citizens in the county.

My husband Alan Myers joins me in voting for Brad. Mark your ballot for Brad Fincher.

Christine Miller
Former San Juan County Fair manager

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