Buncich's record shows he should be re-elected

2014-04-17T00:00:00Z Buncich's record shows he should be re-elected nwitimes.com
April 17, 2014 12:00 am

Good government in Lake County does not just happen. The voters of Lake County have their responsibility. We all want experienced, honest, qualified candidates with integrity to serve as our elected officials.

Fortunately, Sheriff John Buncich has all of those attributes. He guided Lake County out of the first federal takeover of the Lake County Jail, which had cost the taxpayers of Lake County millions of dollars per year for 20 years during his eight-year term during the period 1995 to 2002.

Buncich is prudent with our tax dollars while he goes about his daily task of being a good cop. He is tough on gangs, illegal drugs, domestic abuse and all crime in general, and his record proves it. At the same time, he is deeply committed to protecting the elderly senior citizen and the very young and vulnerable of our society, and his record proves that too.

Buncich has earned a second term as the sheriff of Lake County. Please cast your vote on May 6.

- Thomas Sepiol, Crown Point

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