Supervisor David Couch announces law enforcement endorsements:
Sheriff Donny Youngblood, former Sheriff Carl Sparks, former Sheriff Mack Wimbish, District Attorney Lisa Green, and the Kern County Prosecutors Association
Kern County- Today Supervisor David Couch announced the endorsements of Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood, former Kern County Sheriff Carl Sparks, former Kern County Sheriff Mack Wimbish, Kern County District Attorney Lisa Green, and the Kern County Prosecutors Association.
“I am truly honored to have the support of our Sheriff, former Sheriffs, District Attorney, and Prosecutors Association,” said Supervisor Couch. “As I walk door to door across the district the number one issue is public safety. People want to make sure their homes and families are safe and protected. I will keep public safety my top priority.”
“David Couch is the clear choice for 4th District Supervisor and I am proud stand with Kern County law enforcement officials in support of his re-election,” said Sheriff Donny Youngblood. “Supervisor Couch has supported public safety throughout his time on the board and understands that the number one role of government is to protect the public we serve.”
“On behalf of Kern County Prosecutors I am pleased to endorse David Couch for Kern County Supervisor District 4,” stated Michael Caves, Chairman of the Kern County Prosecutors Association PAC. “In these tough budget times it is vital to have a Supervisor that understands the County’s budget and values law enforcement. We have confidence in Supervisor Couch and believe he is law enforcement’s best advocate.”
Supervisor David Couch also released a campaign video detailing his thoughts on recent developments in public safety. To watch this video visit Supervisor Couch’s campaign website at http://votecouch.com/david-couch-on-public-safety
More endorsements and announcements will follow as the campaign moves forward. You can follow the campaign online at votecouch.com and on Facebook keyword: David Couch