Four Former Highway Patrol Commissioners Throw Support to Anne Marie Schubert for D.A.

For Immediate Release
May 15, 2014
Contact: Dave Gilliard
Phone: (916) 626-6804

Today four former Commissioners of the California Highway Patrol announced their support for Anne Marie Schubert for District Attorney. Glen Craig who was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown and also served as Director of the Division of Law Enforcement at the Department of Justice and as Sacramento County Sheriff, Jim Smith who was appointed by Gov. George Duekmejian, Maury Hannigan who was appointed by Governor George Duekmejian and again by Governor Pete Wilson, and Spike Helmick who was appointed by Governors Wilson and Gray Davis, announced their support for Anne Marie Schubert.

In a joint statement the former Commissioners who collectively have more than 100 years in law enforcement experience and have worked with every Sacramento District Attorney since John Price were unanimous in their praise of Schubert. “She is eminently qualified to be an outstanding District Attorney. She is innovative, dedicated, knowledgeable, experienced, and principled. She understands the demands of law enforcement and has been an outstanding prosecutor” they said.

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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.

For more information about Anne Marie Schubert’s campaign for District Attorney visit www.SchubertForDA.com

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Folsom Chamber of Commerce Endorses Anne Marie Schubert

For Immediate Release
March 26, 2014
Contact: Dave Gilliard
Phone: (916) 626-6804

Folsom, CA – Today Anne Marie Schubert announced receiving the endorsement of the Folsom Chamber of Commerce in her campaign to become Sacramento District Attorney. The Folsom Chamber adds their name to previously announced local endorsements from the Sacramento County Chiefs and Sheriff Group and the Folsom Police Officers Association.

“A District Attorney has the responsibility to keep the public safe, that includes creating a safe environment for local businesses,” said Schubert “I will continue to work with the Folsom Chamber and area leaders so that Folsom maintains its safe small town community feel that attracts everything from tourists to multinational corporations in their local economy.”

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 Deputy District Attorney, Schubert has sent some of the area’s most notorious and dangerous criminals – murderers, rapists, and child molesters – to state prison.

For more information, please visit www.SchubertforDA.com.

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Folsom Police Officers Association Endorses Anne Marie Schubert for District Attorney

For Immediate Release
March 4, 2014
Contact: Dave Gilliard
Phone: (916) 626-6804

folsom-poaSACRAMENTO, CA — The Folsom Police Officers Association has endorsed Anne Marie Schubert for District Attorney of Sacramento County. Folsom POA joins Sacramento, Citrus Heights, Elk Grove and Galt Police Officer Associations in officially supporting Schubert, who is the overwhelming choice of law enforcement and crime victims.

“Anne Marie Schubert is unquestionably a proven leader with a track record that is second to none,” said John Lewis, President of the Folsom Police Officers Association. “Anne Marie has the unwavering support of the Deputy Sheriff Associations and Police Officer Associations within the Sacramento region.”

The endorsement is further proof that Schubert is the consensus choice for law enforcement. The Folsom POA joins previously announced endorsements from current District Attorney Jan Scully, Sheriff Scott Jones and every living Sacramento County Sheriff, Crime Victims United, Crime Victims Action Alliance, every Police Association in the County and law enforcement groups such as:

California Police Chiefs Association
Sacramento Deputy Sheriffs Association
Sacramento Police Officers Association
Elk Grove Police Officers Association
Citrus Heights Police Officers Association
Galt Police Officers Association
California Association of Highway Patrolmen
Sacramento District Attorney Investigators Association
Placer County Deputy Sheriffs Association
Los Angeles Police Protective League
California Narcotic Officers Association
California District Attorney Investigators Association
Sacramento Deputy District Attorneys Association
Child Abuse Prevention Center
Sacramento County Attorneys Association
Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC)
California Statewide Law Enforcement Association
Sacramento Police Chiefs and Sheriff Group
National Non-Partisan Latino Peace Officers Association

With 24 years of Law Enforcement Experience, Anne Marie Schubert is recognized as one of the state’s top prosecutors. 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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Highway Patrolmen Endorse Schubert for District Attorney

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CONTACT: Dave Gilliard 916-626-6804

(Sacramento, CA) Today Anne Marie Schubert announced the endorsement of the California Association of Highway Patrolmen(CAHP) in her campaign for Sacramento County District Attorney. CAHP represents California’s thousands of highway patrol officers. The endorsement is noteworthy because CAHP rarely endorses in local government elections.

“It’s not common for CAHP to get involved in local elections,” said CAHP President Doug Villars. “However, in this election the choice is clear and the consequence to public safety is too severe. Sacramento County will be safer with Anne Marie Schubert as District Attorney. Anne Marie is committed to putting criminals in jail and keeping them there and that’s why she has our unwavering support.”

The endorsement is yet another top law enforcement endorsement that supports Schubert for District Attorney making her campaign the consensus choice for law enforcement. The CAHP joins previously announced endorsements from current District Attorney Jan Scully, every living Sacramento County Sheriff, Crime Victims United, Crime Victims Action Alliance and law enforcement groups such as:

California Police Chiefs Association
Sacramento Deputy Sheriffs Association
Sacramento Police Officers Association
Elk Grove Police Officers Association
Citrus Heights Police Officers Association
Galt Police Officers Association
Sacramento District Attorney Investigators Association
Placer County Deputy Sheriffs Association
Los Angeles Police Protective League
California Narcotic Officers Association
California District Attorney Investigators Association
Sacramento Deputy District Attorneys Association
Child Abuse Prevention Center
Sacramento County Attorneys Association
Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC)
California Statewide Law Enforcement Association
Sacramento Police Chiefs and Sheriff Group
National Non-Partisan Latino Peace Officers Association

For more information or to view the entire endorsement list, please visit www.SchubertforDA.com.

California Statewide Law Enforcement Association Backs Schubert For District Attorney

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CONTACT: Dave Gilliard 916-626-6804

SACRAMENTO, CA — Anne Marie Schubert announced the endorsement of the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) in her campaign for Sacramento District Attorney today. CSLEA represents law enforcement and public safety employees in State government including the Department of Justice agents that work in the State Attorney General’s office.

The endorsement is another key law enforcement organization supporting Schubert in the campaign to replace District Attorney Jan Scully. Schubert continues to receive near unanimous support from law enforcement professionals, crime victims’ organizations and individuals.

“With 23 years of invaluable law enforcement experience, Anne Marie Schubert has proven to be a strong prosecutor. She is a well-respected partner in fighting for the victims of crime,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. “The California Statewide Law Enforcement Association represents 7,000 State of California law enforcement, public safety and consumer protection professionals and is joining our brethren at PORAC, the Sacramento Police Officers’ Association and Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff’s Association in endorsing her. She’s the right candidate for the job.”

Anne Marie Schubert is recognized as one of the state’s top prosecutors. As a Sacramento County Deputy District Attorney, Schubert has sent some of the area’s most notorious and dangerous criminals – murderers, rapists, and child molesters – to state prison.

Schubert currently serves as Supervising District Attorney, in charge of the Special Assault and Child Abuse Unit for the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office. She is a nationally recognized expert on DNA and cold case prosecutions.

For more information, please visit www.SchubertforDA.com.

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