John N. Kisner Announces New Campaign Website
11/11/2015

John N. Kisner, candidate for Sheriff of Monongalia County, announces a new campaign website at kisnerforsheriff.com.

Online PR News – 11-November-2015 – Westover, WV – John N. Kisner, candidate for Sheriff of Monongalia County, announces a new campaign website at kisnerforsheriff.com.

"I believe that the time has come to start using a positive, common-sense approach to doing business at the Sheriff’s Department," said Kisner. “The individuals of Monongalia County deserve a Sheriff who is a visionary, knows his strengths and weaknesses, and is a progressive thinker. I believe I am the man for the job."

Kisner is running for Sheriff of Monongalia County. Kisner's brother, Allen (Al) Kisner, is the current sheriff of Monongalia County. Al Kisner’s second and final consecutive term ends December, 2016. A new sheriff will be elected during the 2016 election cycle and take office in January 2017.

Kisner's current opposition is Perry Palmer. Perry is the current Chief Deputy. Both Kisner and Perry Palmer are running on the Democratic ticket. The winner of the primary election will continue onto the general election.

"My vision is built on 3 key principles: Respect. Inspire. Empower. In my eyes, a leader earns respect by giving it so that they can inspire and empower those around them." Kisner adds, "If elected sheriff, my vision is to embody what a ‘leader’ should be. I will build a foundation of mutual respect so that I can inspire and empower the individuals employed by the Sheriff’s Department as well as those it serves. As a unified organization and community with common goals, we can develop new strategies and objectives to uphold justice in Monongalia County."

The primary will be held on May 10, 2016, with the general election on November 8, 2016.

More information about John N. Kisner and his campaign can be found on his website, http://www.kisnerforsheriff.com. The site includes biographical information about Kisner and a calendar of upcoming events, as well as his positions on many of the important issues affecting Monongalia County.

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