Vail Daily letter: Carey for district attorney
October 20, 2016
I've known Bruce Carey since he came to this area in the early 1990s as a deputy district attorney. In all those years I have known him to be open minded, professional and fair, and to conduct himself with the greatest integrity.
He understands how the emergency services and law enforcement communities work, and he understands the local affairs of the Western Slope. Bruce Carey volunteers enormous amounts of time, even teaching physical fitness classes for local seniors. He's a Master Mason and does pro bono legal work for people who cannot afford it, but need it.
I have been a firefighter for 29 and a half years, and served as a fire chief for 17 and a half years.
I heartily endorse Bruce Carey for district attorney.
Jon Jon Asper
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