Given the demographics of the criminals in sl county, perhaps she will have a
better understanding of the criminals and find more effective way in dealing
with them. Crime is growing, lets give her a chance to see if she can i,prove
She Earned the right to be there in that spot, over a long career coming up
through the ranks. The Party made a good choice. Now we will see if she can
rally the support to fix the problems that contributed to her predecessor
choosing a chiefs job elsewhere.
KenngoLots of homes for sale in SLC
Well, one candidate had the backing of ex-SLC top cop Burbank, and that tells me
that he would have been a horrible choice.Ms. Rivera seems to be
well qualified, and probably deserves the job based on merit rather than the
usual Democrat insistence on quotas based on render, ethnicity or whatever.I wish her well in a difficult job, and hope she will get support when
she makes the tough decisions to enforce our laws (all of them).The
story inaccurately describes her as "elected" when she was actually
selected by a party convention, not an election by voters.
You know what? If I were a betting man, and as long as intra-party politics
doesn't rear its ugly head, I would say odds are better than even that
Sheriff Rivera can win one or more general election(s) to her own term(s) as
Sheriff.Congratulations, and Kudos, from someone who leans
conservative, though he's never voted a straight-party ticket in his life,
and who not infrequently "crosses the aisle," metaphorically speaking,
to support people he thinks deserve it and are best equipped to hold the offices
for which he casts his vote.You make me wish I lived in Salt Lake
County. My parents do, and I'm certainly going to put a bug in their ears!
Congrats to her on her being chosen by the Democrat party leadership. To say
she was 'elected' is misleading as it implies the voting public at
large selected her - such was not the case here.
Having had experience in the past with Rosie Rivera, all I can say is "oh
great" in my most sarcastic tone. And it's not because of her gender
or her ethnicity. Frankly, I'd have supported Kendra Herlin whole
heartedly had she ran.