Curley announces bid for Justice of the Peace

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Peter Curley

My name is Peter Curley, I would like to announce my Candidacy for Justice of the Peace for District #4 which serves San Manuel, Mammoth and Dudleyville. I have over 29 year of Arizona Law Enforcement experience. I have worked with the San Carlos Police Department, Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and the Arizona Department Safety. Prior to my many years of Arizona law enforcement, I was employed by Phelps Dodge Copper Mine in Morenci , Az.

Over the years I have been active volunteer in our community – Church, Schools, Sports and fund raisers. I have had an opportunity to mentor a local troubled teen through Project Challenge, which helps troubled teens turn their life around. I still continue to work with troubled teens to this day.

If I am elected as Justice of the Peace, I will make myself available anytime, not only during the normal Monday – Friday business hours, but all hours of then day or night. With my extensive law enforcement background, I know the importance of being available to local law enforcement agencies at any time. I will assist local agencies in searching for ways to improve and develop our community.

I humbly ask for the opportunity to serve you as Justice of the Peace to prove how positive changes will impact our community. I greatly appreciate your support and vote in the upcoming Election.

Sincerely,

Peter Curley

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