Riverside Sheriff's, CDF Firefighters Endorse Kuenzi

Darcy Kuenzi, candidate for mayor of Menifee, has received endorsements from the Riverside Sheriff's Association and the CDF Firefighters.

The Riverside Sheriff's Association represents more than 2,900 members from the Sheriff's Department, the Coroner's office, the District Attorney's office, and the Probation Department. CDF Firefighters Riverside Chapter is approximately 1,000 members strong.

Kuenzi and the other candidates for mayor and city council positions will take part in a public forum next Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. at Paloma Valley High School.





6 Comments:

  1. An endorsement by these types of organizations are a lot more meaningful than those of a political group, with which you only have to pledge support to get an endorsement.

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  2. Why, you must be referring to Scott Mann's endorsement by the Young Republican's. I couldn't agree more. This endorsement for Darcy speaks volumes about the kinds of relationships she has worked hard to build, and her ability to lead our city in a positive direction.

    Darci Castillejos

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  3. Agreed! Congrats Darcy!

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  4. Good endorsement. Unions are sending our state down the drain fast.

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  5. In order to be endorsed by the Riverside County Sheriffs' Association, a candidate is scrutinized by an interview panel that evaluates your stance on a number of issues relating to public safety. The RSA compares you to your opponent, and they vote to determine qualification for endorsement.

    It seems Canidate Kuenzi impressed the panel, which is commendable.

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  6. I appreciate the info here, but good reporting and journalism includes among other things the following, Who, What, When, Where, Why and How. Please explain why they are endorsing her as oppossed to other candidates. Thank you.

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