The San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs’ Association is pleased to announce its endorsement for San Francisco Sheriff. “Paul Miyamoto represents the strongest candidate for improving public safety in San Francisco,” says SFDSA President Ken Lomba. “Paul excelled in all areas of our process. What we liked most of all was his vision of public safety for the San Franciscans. We found that he is in alignment with our vision as we continue to protect San Francisco. We are proud to endorse Paul Miyamoto for Sheriff,” he says.
“As the labor union representing the women and men who serve as peace officers in the Sheriff’s Department, we see firsthand how important it is to have strong leadership that keeps San Francisco safe and ensures that we have a world class law enforcement team working on behalf of all San Franciscans. Paul Miyamoto is the strongest candidate to make San Francisco a safer place to live, work, and visit.”
The San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs’ Association went through a rigorous process to arrive at its endorsements. The SFDSA political action committee thoroughly researched candidates and invited each candidate for sheriff to participate in a questionnaire addressing important public safety issues. On June 19th, the Board of Directors considered the recommendations of the committee and voted to endorse Paul Miyamoto for San Francisco Sheriff.
“It is an honor to have the endorsement of the San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs’ Association. They represent hundreds of women and men in the Sheriff’s Department who I have worked closely with throughout my career. I share their commitment to public safety, professionalism, education, and community outreach”, said Paul Miyamoto.
The San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs’ Association is the labor union representing deputy sheriffs and senior deputy sheriffs in the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department.
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