Twenty-one Sangamon County mayors and village presidents have endorsed Jack Campbell in his bid to be elected Sheriff on Nov. 6.
Campbell, a life-long Sangamon County resident who spent 24 years at the Sheriff’s Office, sought the endorsements as a part of his promise to bring accountable, collaborative, and modern law enforcement to Sangamon County.
“I am honored to have earned the confidence of so many Sangamon County leaders,” Campbell said. “I hope Sangamon County voters give us the chance to work together on their behalf.”
Mayors and village presidents endorsing Campbell include:
|The Honorable Tom Berola of Auburn||The Honorable Ted Stead, Jr. of Cantrall|
|The Honorable Dave Kimsey of Chatham||The Honorable Timothy Luckey of Curran|
|The Honorable Paul “Dee” Smith of Dawson||The Honorable Jim Copelin of Divernon|
|The Honorable Louis Ochs, Jr. of Grandview||The Honorable Sam Rogers of Illiopolis|
|The Honorable Jill Egizii of Leland Grove||The Honorable Alan Mann of Loami|
|The Honorable Robert Van Pelt of Mechanicsburg||The Honorable Michael Krall of New Berlin|
|The Honorable Jeff Clarke of Pawnee||The Honorable Darrell Blair of Pleasant Plains|
|The Honorable Tom Rader of Riverton||The Honorable Joe Suerdieck of Rochester|
|The Honorable Trevor Clatfelter of Sherman||The Honorable Nora Petrosky of Southern View|
|The Honorable Brian Cuffle of Spaulding||The Honorable Rob McMahan of Thayer|
|The Honorable Tom Yokley of Williamsville|