LIVINGSTON COUNTY, Mich. (WXYZ) - Three Republican candidates are vying to be Livingston County’s top cop.
Bob Bezotte has been the Livingston County Sheriff for the past 8 years. Bezotte is a Vietnam Veteran and a graduate of the Washtenaw County Police Academy. He has 29 years of law enforcement experience.
Looking to unseat Bezotte are Tom Ash and C.J. Maier.
Tom Ash has 20 years of experience in law enforcement, 15 of which were spent with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department. On his website he says he’s running to “have a firm desire to restore professionalism to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office and bring transparency and accountability to county taxpayers and residents.”
C.J. Maier is a 25-year veteran of the Michigan State Police and is currently a Security Investigator for Chrysler. On his website, he says he wants to “bring integrity, professionalism, and leadership to the Office of the Sheriff.”
Bezotte wants to maintain his mission, saying “Honesty, courtesy, and integrity will not be compromised. Join us in our mission to do better tomorrow than we did today.”
The Livingston County Sheriff position is a 4-year term.
Click on each link to learn more about the candidates, their experience and their mission in the fight for the Sheriff’s seat.
Bob Bezotte: http://www.bezotteforsheriff.com/
Tom Ash: http://www.ash4sheriff.com/
C.J. Maier: http://votemaier2012.com/
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