• District Attorney will not seek re-election

    Monterey County District Attorney Dean D. Flippo announced that he will not seek re-election for an eighth term.
    DA Flippo stated “I began my career in the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office as a prosecutor in 1972 and have worked in the office for almost 42 years. In 1990, I was elected as the District Attorney of Monterey, and have served without challenge in this position since taking office in January 1991, giving me the distinction of being the longest serving District Attorney in the history of Monterey County.”
    “It has been a great honor to represent the People of Monterey County in this capacity. It has also been my privilege to work with the finest management team, deputy district attorneys, investigators and support staff to be found anywhere. Their commitment to seeking justice and fighting to keep the community safe has been and is very much appreciated.”
    “My seventh term of office concludes in January of 2019. At this time, I would like to announce that I will finish out this current term, but do not intend to file for re-election in March 2018.”
    “I have been consistently active in our community and also on a state and national level, serving on many boards, foundations and nonprofits. I look forward to continuing my involvement as opportunities present themselves in the future.”

    posted to Cedar Street Times on February 16, 2018

    Topics: Front PG News


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