To the Editor,

We must admit that we were very impressed when we received Gail Dotson’s brochure and her credentials. Not to mention putting her home phone number on it and saying that if you would like to meet her, she would come to your home for a visit!

Well, low and behold, that is just what we did. We called Gail on a Sunday morning, and she was at our home within an hour. We sat on the porch, had coffee, and voiced our concerns. Gail stayed for two hours answering all our questions about Lenawee County. We were very impressed with her and also had the privilege of meeting her family.
What a great sheriff Gail would make for the people of Lenawee County!

Mary Jo Rosacrans
Geri Mastie

Tecumseh Herald


110 E. Logan St.
P.O. Box 218
Tecumseh, MI 49286

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