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District Attorney-Public Administrator Tony Rackauckas Statement on Landslide Re-Election

Posted by Newsletter Reprint on June 4, 2014

This came over the wire from the campaign of District Attorney-Public Administrator Tony Rackauckas


District Attorney-Public Administrator Tony Rackauckas Statement on Landslide Re-Election

“I am grateful to the People of Orange County for once again entrusting me to defend victims’ rights, protect citizens from dangerous gang members and violent sexual predators, and fight against fraudsters who steal people’s dreams by embezzling their life savings.  I have been privileged to have been a public servant for more than 40 years, and have loved every job, but I can honestly say being District Attorney is the most rewarding responsibility I have ever held.  Orange County citizens can count on me to continue to vigorously fight for them and fairly administer justice.  The credit for all of these achievements go to the hard working men and women of the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, our law enforcement partners and the courageous victims and witnesses.”


Paid for by Rackauckas for District Attorney 2014. ID# 970780.

www.ocdistrictattorney.com • www.orangecountyda.com

4 Responses to “District Attorney-Public Administrator Tony Rackauckas Statement on Landslide Re-Election”

  1. junior said

    T-Rack sucked big time for the Kelly Thomas prosecution … purposely perhaps.

  2. WideStance said

    I’m sure at least a FEW people will feel they got their $419,000 worth.

  3. David Zenger said

    OC Political miscreants breath a happy sigh of relief.

  4. Occupy This said

    No mention of his “worthy opponent”??

    Must not have been that worthy!

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