Why Gary is running for Sheriff:
BECAUSE HE CARES, HE LIVES HERE AND IT'S HIS HOME TOO.
Gary cares about our community, our schools, and our Sheriff’s Office.
Gary Stevens has lived in Calaveras County for more than 28 years. His family lives here. He has raised his children here and one still attends school here. Gary's close friends live here.
Gary is the only candidate who has worked for the Calaveras County Sheriff's Office and outside of Calaveras County, and for 5 different Sheriffs! His expertise and experience have given him the insight as to how to provide services to the community.
There are many challenges facing the Calaveras Sheriff’s Office and Calaveras County as a whole. One of the biggest concerns and overall challenges we are facing is the quality of life that we are losing. Gary wants to restore and protect it.
Gary is the only candidate running for Sheriff who is against commercial marijuana activity, and he advocates for a ban on commercial marijuana activities in Calaveras County. The future of our environmental health, and the overall health and well being of our county is in danger as we speak. The degradation it is causing in our community and our schools will have long term negative consequences.
It's time the people of Calaveras hear what is really happening in our community.
As your Sheriff, Gary will speak out publicly against any proposed local and state laws that will have a negative effect on the citizens and community in which we live.
He is running for the office of Sheriff because character and quality leadership matters.
Gary is not beholden to any person or any organization as a peace officer, nor would he be as your Sheriff.
Gary looks forward to earning your trust, hearing your opinions and serving as your Sheriff, a Sheriff you can trust.
For more information and upcoming events, please visit his website at https://www.garystevensforsheriff.com/
SUPPORT THE COMMERCIAL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION BAN IN CALAVERAS COUNTY
Calaveras Board of Supervisors voted to ban commercial cannabis cultivation in the county on January 10, 2018. The vote was 3-2 after a motion failed for a vote on the regulation ordinance. The vote was Supervisor Gary Tofanelli, Supervisor Dennis Mills & Supervisor Clyde Clapp for the ban.
Please continue to support the following Calaveras County Supervisors: