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Romney Campaign Press Release - Livingston County Sheriff Bob Bezotte Joins Romney For President

January 11, 2008


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Boston, MA – Today, Livingston County Sheriff Bob Bezotte announced his support for Governor Mitt Romney for President. Sheriff Bezotte had previously endorsed Senator John McCain.

In announcing his endorsement, Sheriff Bezotte said, "Livingston County citizens need a President with Governor Romney's leadership abilities and deep understanding of what it takes to get our economy back on track. A strong economy is essential for safe and vibrant communities. Governor Romney has the experience, vision and values to change Washington and rejuvenate our state's economy."

Governor Romney said, "I thank Sheriff Bezotte for his support and look forward to working with him to help Michigan get back on its feet. Having been born and raised in Michigan, it would give me great satisfaction to bring the type of change to Washington that can help Michigan. This election needs to be about bringing fundamental change to our government, not just sending the same people back to Washington with different chairs and titles. With Sheriff Bezotte's help, I hope to earn the support of as many Livingston County voters as possible."

Background On Sheriff Bob Bezotte

Sheriff Bob Bezotte Has Served As A Livingston County Law Enforcement Officer For Nearly 25 Years. Sheriff Bezotte served our nation in Vietnam as a member of the U.S. Army and has had an exemplary career as a Livingston County law enforcement officer for nearly 25 years. In 1988, he took a break from law enforcement to serve as Director of Security for Dominos Pizza for a decade. Now, back on the force since 1997, Sheriff Bezotte is a highly respected and recognized member of the Livingston County community.

Mitt Romney, Romney Campaign Press Release - Livingston County Sheriff Bob Bezotte Joins Romney For President Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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