TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S BATTLE ON ALL FRONTS!!!
Once again, in Kansas City this weekend EVERYONE is on the campaign trail and looking to garner the support of those last few voters who might decide the election.
In the heated Jackson County race for Sheriff we were tagged with this note via social media . . .
Jackson County Sheriff's Candidate Dwon Littlejohn . . .
"I think my opponent is a little worried and threaten, what do you think? we have had this sign up for weeks now and went to check on it and what did we see.... what do you think we should do. Other than vote him out of office."
JaxCo Sheriff Communication Review . . .
Sheriff Mike Sharp struck first with an organized campaign buying spree focusing on signs and billboards dominating Jackson County early in the year.
Sheriff Sharp's campaign has been well funded with mailers, support from Democratic organizations and cooperation with mainstream media in releasing well-timed promotional stories regarding new develpments in the Sheriff's office. Example: The story regarding apps for Jackson County wasn't just informational but also reveals high tech work from Sheriff Sharp's office.
Mr. Littlejohn's sign campaign is competing with bigger, strategically placed signs throughout Jackson County that are catching attention. Note: Mr. Littlejohn is the only candidate focusing heavily on social media throughout his campaign and the effort at two-way communication is a bit of a pioneering move for a law enforcement office.
Finally, Mr. Poletis has started his campaign a bit late but has been going the traditional grassroots route and started attending public meetings and debates along with some law enforcement endorsements.
Here's a youtube video of an endorsement for Mr. Poletis:
(Retired) Sgt. JJ Barnes from the KCPD Tactical Operations speaks about REAL experience with Poletis (7-26-2012) - Interview
We're coming down to the wire and hope to hear more from all of the candidates in this race for one of the top law enforcement positions in Jackson County.
DEVELOPING . . .