Mark Bromenschenkel, Sartell
Replying to false accusations was not how I wanted to run my campaign. However, rumors have a way of getting bigger as they are told, so let me clarify.
I was working for my current employer part-time for 2.5 years before leaving Sartell, and I’m still working there full time to this date. I do not believe I am the only person to leave a job for a better opportunity, and that is why I left.
There are false complaints made about police officers everyday. It normally comes down to the person admitting they made the complaint because “he gave me a ticket, or he arrested me, when he could’ve just given me a warning.” As a police supervisor, I’ve handled complaints such as these many times. The incident in question was not even a formal complaint.
The people behind these rumors have never contacted me, even though I’ve always said people can contact me any time. What’s their motivation? An election smear? I believe voters would rather hear candidates talk about what positives they can do as sheriff.
I’ve been a trusted public servant for more than 25 years. I’ve always done so with the utmost integrity, placing the citizens I serve first, and will continue to do so.
If you trust me with your vote, I will not let you down.