RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA – – Chad Bianco has bipartisan support in his run for Sheriff. He has endorsements from State Senator Jeff Stone and State Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez as well as County Supervisors Chuck Washington and Manuel Perez. Some of his most recent endorsements come from State Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, State Assemblyman Randy Voepel and State Senator Mike Morrell.
“Chad Bianco has the experience Riverside County needs in its Sheriff’s Department,” said State Assemblywoman Marie Waldron. “He has the support of all law enforcement associations and of the men and women who patrol our community’s streets. He will bring fiscal responsibility back to the Department. I fully support Chad in his run for Sheriff.”
“Chad has the right ideas to implement community oriented policing policies,” said Supervisor Manuel Perez. “I support Chad in his run for Sheriff and look forward to implementing a new approach to public safety.”
“Chad Bianco will bring efficiency and good money management back to the Sheriff’s Department when elected as County Sheriff, two things the Department has been missing for quite some time,” said State Senator Mike Morrell. “Our community deserves safety and the confidence in knowing that criminals will remain behind bars and not on our streets. I am confident that Chad Bianco is the candidate for this job and that he has the experience to effectively run the Sheriff’s Department.”
Lt. Bianco was the top vote-getter in the election for Sheriff during the June 5th Primary Election. He faces Sheriff Stan Sniff in a run-off election this November.