Displaying bumper stickers from around the nation is a tradition at CBS's Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley.
WORLD CAMPAIGN: Troy Cunningham for Sheriff Stickers Circle Globe
Jane Pauley Displays Bay County Candidate's Bumper Sticker
October 21, 2016
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By: Dave Rogers
Local undersheriff Troy Cunningham has had his "Cunningham for Sheriff" bumper stickers all over the world.
They have been in Norway, Amsterdam, Paris, Strasbourg, Las Vegas, Lisbon Portugal, Washington D.C., Rome, Germany, Hungary, Mt. Rushmore, Disney.(Pictures are all on www.facebook.com/cunninghamforsheriff)
And now it has appeared on Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley (link below)
Here is the link:
CBS touts: "Host Jane Pauley has a bumper crop of bumper stickers, for our report on an election year tradition today on "Sunday Morning." Listen for the trumpet (or car horn!)."
Cunningham has issued a campaign statement: "During my time with the sheriff's office, I have served the citizens of Bay County in countless ways including implementing elder abuse seminars, championing child safety, investigating robberies, home invasions, homicides, bank robberies, drunk drivers, drug crimes and body recoveries, to name a few.
"In addition, I have put in the time to improve the sheriff's office through the creation of new rules and regulations, as well as obtaining grants for various items and safety gear that has enhanced our law enforcement?s capabilities and efficiency.
"With the seemingly constant presence of technology and the revolving door of change in today's society, comes a different kind of threat. Law enforcement must adapt to these changes, which I have undoubtedly done, taking on such hot-button issues as cybercrime and manufactured synthetic drugs.
Dave Rogers is a former editorial writer for the Bay City Times and a widely read,
respected journalist/writer in and around Bay City.
(Contact Dave Via Email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
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