Vail Daily letter: Carey for district attorney
October 28, 2016
Please submit your vote this coming Election Day for Mr. Bruce Carey for the District 5 district attorney position. Your vote will help elect the best candidate to run the very important DA's judicial office for the 5th District comprising four counties.
Having known Mr. Carey since we met seven years ago, I can assure you that, in my opinion, he is a man of very strong work ethic and has a get-the-job-done-on-time-and-within-budget attitude in all he does personally as well as professionally. His commitment to responsibility, and excellent legal knowledge and experience, will serve the people of the district well.
He is a very intelligent person and has compassion for the people he is dealing with, while performing a difficult judicial function. Bruce has excellent programs already outlined to implement during his first term as DA. He will improve the efficiency, fairness and fiscal responsibility of the DA's Office. One of his significant plans is to cut down on the problem of recidivism (repeat offenders), which, in turn, cuts costs to the taxpayers.
This office has been poorly run in the past, and Mr.Carey has plans and the passion to bring the quality of care and justice back to this office.
You can get further good background and information on Bruce Carey from his Facebook page.
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