What is Leadership? It isn’t college degrees, it isn’t, “I have more stripes than everyone else” or a person that yells a lot. Leadership is a person that has earned respect from their peers by giving respect. It is experience of the job you are put in place to lead, along with life experiences. It is a person that can take constructive criticism and learn from it. Leadership is the person at the top that will only ask his/her subordinates to do only what he/she would do himself/herself. Leadership is honesty, dedication to duty and be an example to younger personnel to strive to perform as him or her at the top. I’m that leader ready to take the reins. I have been in leadership positions before during my long professional career and have been this person. Vote for me and this is the type of leader you will get. Above are the examples of my work as a leader.
First I was Assistant to Petty Officer in charge of Physical Exams at 237 Branch Clinic Naval Training Center, Great Lakes IL. In this position I received a nearly perfect evaluation for my performance and dedication to duty. Second I was the Treatment Room(Emergency Room) Petty Officer of 33 Area Branch Clinic, United States Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton CA, receiving OUTSTANDING performance during inspections. Not only in charge of the Treatment Room, but also responsible for 120 Marines of 3rd Battalion 5th Marines KILO Co 2nd Platoon, in making sure they were treated and kept healthy, health records and immunizations up to date. I had to educate the Marines on possible injuries or hazards before being deployed to all areas of the world. Because of my performance as leader I had earned the respect of my Marines and Sailors.
Again I ask for you to VOTE for me on August 14th, 2018. You will not be disappointed. I will bring my past performance and dedication to the Office of Sheriff. I will be your Sheriff, for and by the people. Please go to, mikenortonforsheriff.com and help me Make FDL Co Great Again.
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My motto, "With God all things are possible."