Sheriff and former undersheriff make their case for Napa County top law enforcement job.
By Howard Yune, Napa Valley Register
The first forum featuring both candidates in Napa County’s election race for sheriff revealed more similarities than differences in the platforms of the county’s current top lawman and his would-be replacement.
An online audience saw Sheriff Oscar Ortiz and his opponent, former Undersheriff Jon Crawford, make their cases Tuesday night during a candidates’ forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Napa County. The virtual town hall enabled local voters to directly compare the contenders in the June 7 primary election, whose winner will lead county law enforcement for the next four years.
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