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Dear Supporters,
Thanks for your financial assistance in my recent campaign. Because of you, I successfully retained my position of Sheriff. However, it is very expensive to run a successful campaign. We still have debts that we can retire with your assistance, so please contribute whatever you can.
  I know you have many other places to spend your hard-earned dollars, and want you to know that I count it an honor that you would consider making a donation. As Sheriff of Newton County, I remain commited to spending your tax dollars wisely.

To contribute by mail:
Send Checks With Mail-In Form To:
Committee to Re-elect Ezell Brown for Sheriff, P.O Box 1084, Covington, Georgia 30015-1084

  To contribute online:
For those of you that have a PayPal account or wish to create one, please use one of the links below.
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State and Federal Campaign laws clearly outline how we are to handle donations.
• Contributions by an individual to a single candidate are limited to $1,000 per election; if, however, the candidate is involved in more than one election (for instance, a runoff), then an individual contributor may give another $1,000 per election.

• The restrictions on contributions from groups follow the same principle; but, with higher per election limits: $2,500 from a political action committee and $5,000 combined total from state and local political parties.

Remember, just like your vote, every donation matter what size!

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Find out how the Sheriff made his way from street patrol to the highest law enforcement office in Newton County.
Please visit our Photo Gallery to see Sheriff Brown, our "accessible, working Sheriff", out in the community and beyond.
Supporters, please press this button below to find out how you can lend your financial support to our campaign efforts.
of every citizen:
  Take few moments to learn about initiatives started under Sheriff Brown's administration.
  • CHAMPS - 5th graders
  • Project Lifesaver
  • K-9 Unit Tracking Dogs
  • Crime Suppression Unit
  • Revitalized Community Watch
  • NCO Warrant Division