Allow Buncich to complete his mission as sheriff

2014-02-28T00:00:00Z 2014-03-01T18:08:13Z Allow Buncich to complete his mission as sheriff
February 28, 2014 12:00 am

Lake County Sheriff John Buncich’s accessibility and positive involvement in the lives of Lake County residents has exceeded expectations these past four years, and his re-election offers tremendous hope for the next four.

In 2010 we needed someone of his caliber and expertise. His efforts have reaped gratifying results. Crime is down. Hope is alive. A new vitality and esprit de corps with the elimination of "politics as usual" has unified the sheriff’s department as never before.

John continues to establish coalitions with churches and civic leaders to fight crime and poverty. Gunshots and blood on our streets are no longer a common occurrence. People are no longer afraid.

John understands unemployment is the social problem that hinders upward mobility and self-respect. Our cities must continue to join hands to provide relief, resolve and peace of mind.

Vote for John Buncich in 2014 and allow him to complete his mission as Lake County sheriff.

- Joe Gutierrez, East Chicago

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