Fort Walton Beach, Florida | June 8, 2012 | 3:55pm The Okaloosa County election candidates qualification deadline has expired and now we know who will be on the Okaloosa primary election ballot and the Okaloosa general election ballot. The most interesting revelation in the Okaloosa County Sheriff's race, is that there were only four (4) Republican candidates to qualify for the August 14, 2012 primary elect ...Read more ›
IS THE CITY OF FORT WALTON BEACH AND OKALOOSA SHERIFF LAW ENFORCEMENT CONSOLIDATION SETTLED-ARE POLICE PENSION FUNDS INSOLVENT?
May 28, 2012 Fort Walton Beach, Florida Okaloosa County Sheriff Larry Ashley's humiliating public defeat of his year-long battle to take over of the City of Fort Walton Beach Police Department, through a contract for consolidation of law enforcement services, leaves many residents believing Sheriff Ashley has accepted his defeat graciously. [caption id="attachment_262" align="alignright" width="168" caption ...Read more ›
Did Okaloosa Sheriff Larry Ashley VIOLATE CIVIL RIGHTS of Employees? Did Sheriff Ashley implement a policy of employment discrimination? Fort Walton Beach, FL--May 9, 2012--That is a question the sheriff's office employees, new applicants and the citizen will have the decide...However, Republican candidate for Sheriff, Austin Sheridan Lowrey II, believes it may in fact be a violation of both civil rights an ...Read more ›
Okaloosa Sheriff Candidate Debate 2012 Republican Primary Election-Austin Sheridan Lowrey II vs Larry Ashley
April 23, 2012-Niceville, Florida The first Okaloosa sheriff candidate debate of the 2012 Republican primary election cycle was help on April 23rd at the Niceville, Florida City Hall Chambers. With just four months remaining until the Okaloosa elections, the City Hall was filled with citizens who came to hear from the republican candidates for the almost 2 hour long sheriff's debate. All of the Okaloosa ...Read more ›
Tea Party Questions Four Sheriff Candidates – Bay Beacon – 4/25/2012-By Mike Griffith Incumbent Larry Ashley faces Steve Menchel, Tony Taylor and Sheridan Lowrey Four candidates for Okaloosa County Sheriff faced a nearly 100 potential voters Monday at the Niceville City Hall, as part of a candidates forum sponsored by the Niceville-Valparaiso Tea Party. [image src="http://www.sheridanforsheriff.com/img/uplo ...Read more ›
Okaloosa election candidate information on Republican, Independent and Democrat candidates Information.
Okaloosa general election candidate information on Republican, Independent and Democrat candidates can be found here at www.OkaloosaElection.com The Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections hopes to Get out the Vote and that Okaloosa Voters will vote in the Okaloosa Election. The Okaloosa County Elections will include races in the Destin Election, Crestview Election, Niceville Election, Fort Walton Election ...Read more ›
Okaloosa County Primary Election Results Destin, Florida | August 14, 2012--The polls have opened and early morning voter turnout has been higher than the 2008 and 2010 primary elections according to Okaloosa Supervisor of Elections, Paul Lux. However, when all the votes from each precinct voting station were tabulated, it was clear that only 27% of the total 123,539 registered voters had actually bothered ...Read more ›
Okaloosa Sheriff Candidate Sheridan Lowrey Renounces Obama’s Executive Order That Authorizes Peacetime Martial
Written by Joe Wolverton, II, The New American Sunday, 18 March 2012 18:00 President Barack Obama issued an Executive Order on March 16 giving the White House absolute control over all the country’s natural resources in case of a natural disaster or during a time of war. In the order, the National Defense Resources Preparedness Order, the President granted to himself the authority to approve the dispensin ...Read more ›