Okaloosa County Election Sheriff Candidates Forum-Debate WSRE TV RALLY 2012 Okaloosa County | July 24, 2012--The Okaloosa County Candidates RALLY 2012, WSRE TV broadcast on July 24, 2012, aired live all over the Emerald Coast. As the Okaloosa election candidates wrap up their campaigns before the August 14th primary election, each candidate sat down to answer questions posed by the Okaloosa League of Women ...Read more ›
Okaloosa County Sheriff Candidates Forum VIDEO of Sheridan Lowrey, Larry Ashley, Tony Taylor and Steven Mechel
Okaloosa County Sheriff Candidates, Sheridan Lowrey, Larry Ashley, Tony Taylor and Steven Mechel battle for Chief Executive Law Enforcement Officer race. Fort Walton Beach, FL | June 26 | 1:59 p.m. On June 19th, 2012, all of the Republican candidates running for sheriff of Okaloosa County, Sheridan Lowrey, Tony Taylor, Larry Ashley and Steven Menchel, took the stage and went toe-to-toe in the Fort Walton Be ...Read more ›
Okaloosa Supervisor of Elections - June 7, 2012 As the deadline for Okaloosa County candidates to qualify in the 2012 election draws to less than 24 hours remaining, the Okaloosa Supervisor of Elections work begins. The list of Okaloosa Candidates having already qualified on the forth day is quite large and each candidate that has not qualified yet, will have to do so by noon tomorrow, or their name will n ...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 ›
May 8, 2012 Once again tonight at 6:00PM, the Fort Walton Beach City Council will discuss Councilman Bobby Griggs' 2011 suggestion that the city have the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office takeover all law enforcement for nearly 21,000 residents. This hot topic has raised the concerns of many Fort Walton Beach citizens and they are angry that Sheriff Larry Ashley appears to be attempting to present a dire fi ...Read more ›