Drew Reisinger and Jacquelyn Hallum Endorse Quentin

Drew Reisinger, the Buncombe County Register of Deeds and Jacquelyn Hallum, past Board Chair of the Asheville City Schools Board of Education for 8 years, have endorsed Quentin Miller in the Sheriff’s race.

“Quentin is a natural leader in our community and has been building bridges as part of his work for many years. His work with at-risk youth stands out to me because it demonstrates how he consistently puts other people first. He’s qualified, compassionate and understands what is needed to move our community forward. I’m proud to call Quentin a friend and hope to call him our next Sheriff,” says Reisinger.

 "There are many reasons that I am personally endorsing Sgt. Quentin Miller for the office of Buncombe County Sheriff. He has been in law enforcement for 24 years as an officer with the Asheville Police department, he believes in 21st century policing by focusing on resources to address the opioid epidemic and addressing issues that contribute to the unfortunate school to prison pipeline and his outstanding work in de-escalation training, to name a few. I believe Sgt. Miller is the best choice for the Sheriff of Buncombe County and will serve you and our community well," says Hallum.

"There are many reasons that I am personally endorsing Sgt. Quentin Miller for the office of Buncombe County Sheriff. He has been in law enforcement for 24 years as an officer with the Asheville Police department, he believes in 21st century policing by focusing on resources to address the opioid epidemic and addressing issues that contribute to the unfortunate school to prison pipeline and his outstanding work in de-escalation training, to name a few. I believe Sgt. Miller is the best choice for the Sheriff of Buncombe County and will serve you and our community well," says Hallum.

 Reisinger and Hallum join a list of past and current elected officials backing Miller including Patsy Keever, Carol Peterson, Keith Young and Leni Sitnick.  Miller has made de-escalation training for all deputies a centerpiece of his campaign to modernize the sheriff’s office.  “De-escalation is a proven tactic to make policing safer for the public and for officers. This element of a training program helps deputies assess potentially dangerous situations and minimize the risk of harm for everyone involved,” says Miller.

Reisinger and Hallum join a list of past and current elected officials backing Miller including Patsy Keever, Carol Peterson, Keith Young and Leni Sitnick.

Miller has made de-escalation training for all deputies a centerpiece of his campaign to modernize the sheriff’s office.

“De-escalation is a proven tactic to make policing safer for the public and for officers. This element of a training program helps deputies assess potentially dangerous situations and minimize the risk of harm for everyone involved,” says Miller.