Letter to the Editor: Mason a leader with integrity

Posted 10/21/20

Brian Mason a leader with intergrity I’ve known Brian for 30 years. What was true then, remains true today; Brian is committed to serving his community, works hard for causes he believes in and …

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Letter to the Editor: Mason a leader with integrity

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Brian Mason a leader with intergrity

I’ve known Brian for 30 years. What was true then, remains true today; Brian is committed to serving his community, works hard for causes he believes in and leads with integrity.

Brian has served Judicial District 17 for 13 years. In his current role as a Chief Trial Deputy, Brian supervises 30 attorneys and has prosecuted 100 jury trials. He has the hands-on experience necessary to make an impact on day one.

Brian believes in fighting for the vulnerable including victims of domestic violence, violent crimes, elder abuse and human trafficking. He will champion and expand diversion programs. He is a strong partner to law enforcement as well as community partners.

Brian has earned the respect and endorsement of many key leaders in our community including Mayors, Commissioners, City Council Members, State Representatives, Senators, the current Attorney General, and many others.

Visit BrianMason.us and vote.

Amber Brandimarte,

Thornton

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