All I know about the race to become the next Sheriff of San Francisco is that the slogan “Experience, Not Politics” is aimed directly at District 5 Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi.
Otherwise, I don’t know a thing, I have nothing to offer on this topic.
Anyway, here’s the kickoff announcement for Captain Paul:
MIYAMOTO TO KICK OFF CANDIDACY
CAPTAIN PAUL MIYAMOTO WILL ANNOUNCE HIS CANDIDACY FOR SHERIFF
Captain Paul Miyamoto who has served San Francisco as a deputy sheriff for 15 years will be officially announcing his candidacy for San Francisco Sheriff. The kickoff for his campaign will be a family event, and attendees can expect to see the White Crane Lion Dancers, one of the most prestigious dancing companies, open the event along with other local performers present to entertain the crowd. Captain Miyamoto wishes to bring the Sheriff’s Department into a closer relationship with the community, starting with his kickoff. Helping to introduce him will be his wife LeeAnn and Chief Deputy Vicki Hennessy.
Who: Captain Paul Miyamoto, LeeAnn Miyamoto, and Chief Deputy Vicki Hennessy
When: Tuesday, June 28, 2011–4:30pm
Where: City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, CA 94102 at the Steps of the Polk Street entrance
Visuals: White Crane Lion Dancers and musicians
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