Summit County commissioners endorse Bruce Brown for district attorney
Ryan Summerlin October 30, 2012
Summit County Commissioners Thomas Davidson, Dan Gibbs and Karn Stiegelmeier have endorsed Bruce Brown for District Attorney in the 5th Judicial District, which encompasses Summit, Clear Creek, Eagle and Lake counties.
In announcing the endorsements, Brown, a practicing attorney for 26 years, expressed appreciation for the vote of confidence.
“It means so much that these commissioners who have oversight responsibility for the district attorney’s office would express their enthusiasm about working with me.”
“I look forward to a strong collaborative relationship with Bruce as our District Attorney,” commented Davidson, reached after a recent meeting in the County Commons.
Gibbs echoed the sentiment, stressing his longstanding relationship with Brown.
“I’ve known Bruce for eight years and I think he will be a strong leader in the courtroom for the citizens of Summit County,” he said.
In her endorsement statement, Stiegelmeier observed, “Bruce’s philosophy of prosecution is consistent with the values of our community.
“By emphasizing rehabilitation for young and first time offenders, he espouses a style of case management we all can support.”
Brown has received backing from eleven of the twelve county commissioners in the four county judicial district, including the entire Lake, Clear Creek and Summit delegations.
Additional info about the campaign is available at brucebrownforda.com and Bruce Brown at (303) 810-5557.
Each commissioner may be reached for additional comment at the following numbers:
Karn Stiegelmeier: (970) 471-2298;
Thomas Davidson: (970) 333-9817 and
Dan Gibbs: (970) 333-4707