Haskell Co. Oklahoma Sheriffs elections

Haskell Co. Oklahoma Sheriffs elections

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RNSKS

Quinton, OK

#1 Jul 11, 2008
Well thank goodness Steve F. was not able to blow the chances of a good, honest person "Brian Hale", from running for Sheriff. As many in our county know, Mr. F. has tried his best to have Brian ousted from running because he knows that he doesn't have a chance in winning if Brian is able to be in the election. It is so sad that Steve feels like he has to use these types of tactics. Shame on him. You go Brian!!!! You have alot of people out there who really think you have and will do a good job!!!!!!
Tot

Coweta, OK

#2 Feb 4, 2011
Bet them people are wondering why they voted for that POS right about now!!!!!!!!!! Brian is a F***!
DRMO

Tulsa, OK

#3 Apr 13, 2012
amen to tot, brian has failed misribly...buying land with firework money, having inmates work the firework stand, he in no better than the sheriff of latimer county who is doing federal time for the same type of stuff. the feds should investigate hale for that

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