Bert Dunn, the sheriff’s lieutenant, is running on a party line called Law and Order, which he created to complement the Democratic nomination he expected but lost.
The latest state Board of Elections records show Dunn spending nearly $320,000 on his campaign – almost all of it from his own wallet and far outpacing his two major-party opponents.
Dunn said that, if elected, he would study and embrace “best practices” from sheriffs and jail management officers across the country to ensure that deputies are “busy 40 hours a week and not six.”
Here is a video of interview and statements from the candidate:
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