Law Enforcement Endorsed


Guiding Principles:

“Excellence through Partnerships and Transparency”

  • Public Servant, not a Politician
  • Strong Leadership
  • Compassion
  • Accountability
  • Building Relationships
  • Open and Transparent Communication

As Sheriff:

  • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS between the community and law enforcement through youth outreach programs and community-based policing.
  • MAINTAINING BALANCE between policing and law enforcement.
  • CONFRONTING ISSUES head-on that may pose a threat to the community.
    • Heroin and opioid crisis
    • School violence
    • Mental and behavioral health

Recent News

Happy Friday everybody!! Jason and the Campaign Team want to thank the Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce again for hosting last nights Candidates Forum. We also want to thank our friends and family for coming to show their support.

We’re starting this morning off with an endorsement from the Clarke County Sheriff, Tony Roper. With 18 days left until the election, thank you Sheriff Roper for your support!

“Prior to this year, I knew Jason Poe only by his reputation among others in our profession as a hard working, dedicated and passionate person. I recently had the opportunity to speak with him in person, as he approached me to ask about the office of Sheriff. I found he has a vision for the Warren County Sheriff’s Office, and has the unique experience to accomplish his goals. He has demonstrated his commitment to Warren, and his commitment to making himself a better professional law enforcement officer through training, and he was not afraid to ask others for their opinion. Finally, I have been fortunate to work my entire career with the men and women of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Jason’s plan for the office includes those hard working individuals, and I wish him the best in moving his agenda forward.”
-Anthony “Tony” Roper
Sheriff of Clarke County
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Happy Friday everybody!! Jason and the Campaign Team want to thank the Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce again for hosting last nights Candidates Forum. We also want to thank our friends and family for coming to show their support. 

We’re starting this morning off with an endorsement from the Clarke County Sheriff, Tony Roper. With 18 days left until the election, thank you Sheriff Roper for your support!  

“Prior to this year, I knew Jason Poe only by his reputation among others in our profession as a hard working, dedicated and passionate person. I recently had the opportunity to speak with him in person, as he approached me to ask about the office of Sheriff. I found he has a vision for the Warren County Sheriff’s Office, and has the unique experience to accomplish his goals. He has demonstrated his commitment to Warren, and his commitment to making himself a better professional law enforcement officer through training, and he was not afraid to ask others for their opinion. Finally, I have been fortunate to work my entire career with the men and women of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Jason’s plan for the office includes those hard working individuals, and I wish him the best in moving his agenda forward.”
-Anthony “Tony” Roper
Sheriff of Clarke County

 

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations on another great law enforcement endorsement, Jason!

Sheriff Roper is a good man. Congratulations on the endorsement. However my concern remains as to how appropriate it is to run for sheriff of the county in which your own father is under active indictment related to the largest public sector embezzlement scheme in Commonwealth history. Is now really the time to run, when there is already so much distrust of elected officials? Wouldn’t four years from now, when the dust has settled, make much more sense?

👏👏👏⭐

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The Virginia Police Benevolent Association, Inc. is composed of law enforcement officers employed by federal, state, county and municipal governments. This professional association, funded by membership dues and citizen contributions, provides legal, disciplinary and other representation to officers who are members.

On July 30th, 2019, the Northern Chapter of the Virginia Police Benevolent Association announced that Republican Candidate Jason Poe received their endorsement for election to Warren County Sheriff. #jasonpoeforsheriff #votepoe2019 #vapba
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The Virginia Police Benevolent Association, Inc. is composed of law enforcement officers employed by federal, state, county and municipal governments. This professional association, funded by membership dues and citizen contributions, provides legal, disciplinary and other representation to officers who are members.

On July 30th, 2019, the Northern Chapter of the Virginia Police Benevolent Association announced that Republican Candidate Jason Poe received their endorsement for election to Warren County Sheriff. #jasonpoeforsheriff #votepoe2019 #vapba

 

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They almost always endorse the republican. They would have endorsed Butler if he has been the Republican. Also they endorsed the last sheriff.... So they obviously don't have the best vetting process.

Hope not

F.T.P.

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