Candidates in Cameron County sheriff’s race call for change
BROWNSVILLE – In the Cameron County sheriff’s race, three candidates will face off for the county’s top law enforcement job.
For more than a decade, Omar Lucio has served as Cameron County sheriff. A run he hopes to continue.
However, the sheriff’s opponents, Eric Garza and Michael Galvan, say it’s time for change. Both candidates have experience in law enforcement and expressed their ideas for the department.
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