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February 10th, 2010 at 11:43 am

Downey to Hold Meet & Greet Saturday

Mike Downey for SheriffThe Campaign to Elect Mike Downey for Humboldt County Sheriff announced today a free meet and greet event. The event is scheduled for Saturday, February 13, 2010 from 5-8p.m. at Art of Wine, 308 Second Street, Eureka.

The event is free to the public, 21 years of age and older. This casual evening provides an opportunity for members of the community to come out, meet Mike Downey and hear about his vision for the Sheriff’s Office. Appetizers will be provided, as well as a no host wine bar.

Mike Downey is the Undersheriff for Humboldt County. He is the second in command with executive administrative authority over six divisions of the Sheriff’s Office. Downey has worked in the Sheriff’s Department for 24 years, serving in nearly every division of the office and in every geographical area of the county.

For more information on Mike Downey and his campaign for Sheriff visit “Elect Mike Downey Humboldt County Sheriff” on Facebook.

CONTACT:
Dave Walker
Campaign Chair
(707) 442-0822

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