I'd like to personally endorse Bryan Hoss for Judge at Soddy Daisy.
I would respectfully ask that all my Soddy Daisy neighbors, friends, law enforcement officers and any other Soddy Daisy residents/registered voters, to go out, take the time to be involved and cast a vote for Bryan Hoss for Soddy Daisy judge. It'll just take a minute.
I speak for no one, other than myself, all based on my personal knowledge and first-hand experience over decades.
I know the man (personally) to have untouchable and unquestionable integrity that matches, or surpasses, mine.
I know the man (personally) to be one of the most consummate, educated, experienced and skilled legal professionals (on either side of the aisle) I am aware of, after my 30 years in law enforcement. I know the man (personally)to be one of great discernment, judgment and I know him to be a person instilled with actual common sense (A trait pretty much missing in many of our elected officials, today) that will allow him to ably serve the citizens of Soddy Daisy. I know this ability is directly attributed to the fact his parents raised him right.
We have been on the same side of a legal argument a time, or two. We have been on diametrically opposed sides of a legal argument, in the course of our respective, and chosen, occupations, a time or two. That inherent check and balance is what has made the United States of America so great. No matter our courtroom disagreements, Bryan Hoss has always worked to earn my respect, done the right thing, treated all involved with honor, based on the known circumstances and he's always worked to resolve the problem at hand within the established law. He's earned my respect and I hope I've earned his respect.
I know Bryan Hoss to always say what he means and that he always means what he says.
What more could we ask for?
I have no ill will against any other candidate, nor will I disparage them for their commitment to stand, at personal cost, for elected office for the betterment of their fellow citizens.
I urge all Soddy Daisy voters to speak their mind, get involved and vote for the best candidate, who, in my studied opinion, is Bryan Hoss.
Many have suffered, and died, to bestow upon all of us the honor, and privilege, to partake in the simple task of voting, as we see fit. Not only is voting a right, it is a responsibility. We owe it to those that have come before us, suffered, bleed and died to proffer this honor upon us. Thank you.
The candidate I know to be the best for this position is Bryan Hoss.