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Former Costa Mesa Police Chief Rob Sharpnack endorses John Moorlach for Supervisor

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featured graphic for John Moorlach for Orange County Supervisor during COVID-19

The Moorlach for Supervisor campaign announced the endorsement of former Costa Mesa Police Chief Rob Sharpnack today. Sharpnack retired in 2019 after serving a 26 year career with the Costa Mesa Police Department.

“Now more than ever Costa Mesa needs leadership that is honest and supports officers against the defund the police movement. That is why I support John Moorlach for Orange County Supervisor.” Said Sharpnack.

After a long career in law enforcement protecting the public, Sharpnack is again protecting citizens by urging voters to elect John Moorlach. Understanding the complexity of county government, Moorlach knows what it takes to fully fund law enforcement with resources they need to protect the public while balancing budgets without raising taxes. His return to the Board of Supervisors will allow these policies to be enacted.

Moorlach has served the past six years in Sacramento as the Legislature’s only member who is trained as a CPA. Targeted with negative attacks by big government public employee unions, Moorlach is running to be a voice for taxpayers.

The special election for Orange County’s Second District Supervisorial seat will be held on March 9th. The special election will not proceed to a runoff. Instead the highest vote-getter is awarded the seat. For more information visit www.johnmoorlach.com.

This article was released by John Moorlach for Orange County Supervisor.

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