OC SHERIFF SANDRA HUTCHENS ENDORSES SUPERVISOR ANDREW DO
Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens announced Monday her endorsement of Supervisor Andrew Do, who is running for re-election to the First District on the Orange County Board of Supervisors.
“I trust Supervisor Andrew Do on public safety,” said Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, the county’s highest-ranking law enforcement official. “Over the past year, Supervisor Andrew Do has led the effort to provide the Orange County Sheriff’s Department with more resources to respond to the state’s early release of convicted criminals.”
In 2015, Supervisor Andrew Do worked with his colleagues to provide an additional $24 million for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, which increased jail capacity and upgraded equipment at Orange County’s Crime Lab.
“As a former Orange County prosecutor, Andrew Do has a record of keeping violent criminals and sexual predators off our streets,” said Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, who was recently elected president of the Major County Sheriffs’ Association.
Supervisor Andrew Do says he will continue to work with Orange County’s top cop to make public safety the county’s top priority.
“Orange County is in good hands under the leadership of Sheriff Sandra Hutchens,” said Supervisor Andrew Do. “I am honored to have the support of one of the most respected law enforcement officials in the country.”
Sheriff Sandra Hutchens’ endorsement follows a pre-filing deadline endorsement by the Orange County Republican Party and signals momentum for Andrew Do’s re-election campaign.
In his first year on the Orange County Board of Supervisors, Andrew Do cut taxes on small businesses and defended Proposition 13 by extending the time for taxpayers to appeal their property taxes.
A former Orange County prosecutor, Supervisor Andrew Do represents the First District communities of Garden Grove, Fountain Valley, Midway City, Santa Ana & Westminster.