Ronnie Mazac Outlines Reasons For Running For Trigg Sheriff

While three write-in candidates for Trigg County sheriff have prior law enforcement experience, a fourth is more focused on returning integrity to the office if he is elected.

Ronnie Mazac is one of four people who have filed their intent to run as a write-in candidate against current sheriff Aaron Acree.

While Mazac has no previous police experience, he has been employed at the Christian County Jail for 11 years and has seen both the good and bad of society.

click to download audioMazac is also the only write-in candidate that is a Trigg County native. He is also the only one with no previous law enforcement experience but feels the focus should be on character and not experience.

click to download audioDespite not having any law enforcement experience, Mazac said he will learn what he needs to in order to be a successful sheriff.

click to download audioIf elected, Mazac said there are several priorities he will focus on when he takes office.

click to download audioBecause Mazac and the other three challengers did not file ahead of the primary deadline, they had to file an intent to appear on the ballot as a write-in candidate for the November general election. Stories about the other three challengers — Mike Sandbrink, Mike Manzanares, and David Tomlinson — appear on our websites.