Ex-campaign manager pledges better pa...

Ex-campaign manager pledges better pay, training for deputies

There are 1 comment on the Memphis Commercial Appeal story from Jul 14, 2007, titled Ex-campaign manager pledges better pay, training for deputies. In it, Memphis Commercial Appeal reports that:

“I'm not saying the officers are not doing a good job, but they could be doing a much better job with improved training and equipment.”

Bill Rasco describes himself as a people person, a manager, a farmer and an administrator, but he pledges he would do a better job than six-term Sheriff James Albert Riley. via Memphis Commercial Appeal

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Jimmy

Memphis, TN

#1 Jul 21, 2007
Wait, wait, wait...he worked for the Sheriff for 8 years, helped him get re-elected for the last 3 or 4 of that....and it wasn't until he got fired that he decided the Sheriff was doing a bad job? Yeah, that's not hard to figure out.

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