One reason it’s so expensive to run for Sheriff of SMC, is the SMDJ.

By Michael G. Stogner

Where are the San Mateo County residents/voters expected to get truthful information about the candidates. Here is just one example. In the 2018 Election Candidate for Sheriff Mark Melville, told Jon Mays the his boss Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos was a LIAR. Jon Mays never printed that little fact. Why?

Jon Mays took it a step further with his endorsement of Carlos Bolanos saying “We believe him” and a “later report” which does not exist.

The simple truth is Carlos G. Bolanos was inside the single family residence located at 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas Nevada, April 21, 2007 at 9:30 PM with Sheriff Greg Munks. Sources: LVMPD Spokesperson Bill Cassell and LVMPD Vice Lt. Karen Hughes both said so. article asking Jon Mays for the “later report”

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One response to “One reason it’s so expensive to run for Sheriff of SMC, is the SMDJ.

  1. Linda green

    It is time for change in both SMC DA, Steve Wagstaffe, and SMC Sheriff, Carlos Bolanos. They are archaic, prejudiced, uneducated in mental illness. and not the leaders we need in SMC. View the progressive leaders in Los Amgeles and San Francisco, and the remarkable influence those counties have generated on behalf of the mentally ill, impoverished inmates. In SMC, we need a change in leadership in both positions. The past is the past, but now is time for new hope in 2022.

    We are SMC, and as one of the most blessed of counties, we all should recognize our own responsibility to provide better district attorney leadership, and jail oversight.

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