Schubert Receives the Endorsements of the Citrus Heights Police Chief and the Entire City Council

For Immediate Release
April 1, 2014
Contact: Dave Gilliard
Phone: (916) 626-6804

Citrus Heights, CA — Candidate for Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced receiving the endorsement of Citrus Heights City Councilmember and Vice Mayor Sue Frost today. The announcement now gives Schubert the endorsement of the entire Citrus Heights City Council. Schubert has previously announced endorsements from Mayor Mel Turner and Council Members Jeannie Bruins, Steve Miller and Jeff Slowery.

In addition to the Citrus Heights City Council Members Schubert announced the endorsement of Police Chief Chris Boyd making Citrus Heights unanimous in backing Schubert for District Attorney. In addition to serving as Police Chief for the City of Citrus Heights Boyd serves as President of the California Chief of Police Association.

“I’m honored to have the trust and unanimous support of the Citrus Heights City Council and Chief Boyd,” said Schubert. “The City of Citrus Heights has been a leader in combatting crime and I will work with them as District Attorney to ensure that violent criminals are off the streets and behind bars where they belong.”

Anne Marie Schubert is recognized as one of the state’s top prosecutors which has earned her the endorsement of retiring District Attorney Jan Scully and Sheriff Scott Jones. As a Sacramento County Supervising Deputy District Attorney, Schubert has sent some of the area’s most notorious and dangerous criminals – murderers, rapists, and child molesters – to state prison.

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