WATSONVILLE, CA—Continuing to showcase her leadership in the sphere of public safety, today Watsonville Vice-Mayor Karina Cervantez Alejo scores the endorsement from the Monterey County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association. The Monterey County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association represents 400 dedicated sheriffs who aim to protect the 421,000 individuals in Monterey County. Vice-Mayor Karina Cervantez Alejo has a history of putting public safety first and working to keep our neighborhoods safe.
In support of Watsonville Vice-Mayor, Daniel Mitchell, President, Monterey County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association stated the following:
“Karina Cervantez Alejo takes public safety seriously. She knows the importance of keeping our peace officers well staffed and adequately equipped in order to ensure that our neighborhoods and families are safe. The Monterey County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association supports Karina Cervantez Alejo for Assembly because we know that she will make public safety a priority. When our streets are safe, our small business, schools, and families can thrive.”
For more information or a full list of her endorsements, please visitwww.votekarina.com.
Paid for by Karina Cervantez Alejo for Assembly.