For the past six years, it has been an honor to serve as the district attorney of Madera County. During that time, prosecuting criminals and keeping Madera County safe has been my highest priority.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
I am a voter who supported and voted for David Linn for district attorney. I believed a change was necessary. But I am concerned hearing the first words from Mr.
I love America, confident in the Democratic process of elections and wouldn’t have it any other way. The people have spoken and overall the U.S. made a lot of changes. I raise my right hand in support.
A friend of mine goes to work every day, and a neighbor (on welfare) waves to him from the front porch as he drives off.
My name is Toinie Jackson and I am the political chair for the Madera County Deputy Sheriff’s Association, consisting of deputy sheriffs and district attorney investigators from both the criminal and welfare
The Madera County Board of Supervisors, although representing five distinct “fiefdoms,” must eventually function as a cohesive team to avoid stagnation and reversal of fortune.
I know Michael Keitz and worked with him in his capacity as Madera County district attorney during my tenure as Madera County’s county administrative officer from September 2009 through May 2010.