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WRITE-IN PAUL CACCAVIELLO

ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6

KEEP THE BERKSHIRES SAFE

For immediate release: For more information, please call Paul Caccaviello direct at:  413.441.1552. Thank you for your consideration. Statement of District Attorney Paul Caccaviello Regarding Write-In Effort for the November General Election (Berkshire County) I must answer the overwhelming call I am hearing from hundreds of Berkshire County citizens to stay in this race for District Attorney.  Many people, un- enrolled voters, Independent, Republican and other others who could not take out a Democratic ballot with my name on it in the September Primary, want and should have their vote count.  This larger group includes all the eligible voters of Berkshire County. These voters want and deserve a say in who will represent and protect them and their families as their District Attorney.  The groundswell of support I have received in these past few weeks is truly humbling. It is a grassroots movement that neither my campaign nor I encouraged. Principally, the morning after the Primary, I went back to work doing the job I love with our office’s dedicated staff. I am not a politician. I have believed that this office must be above party politics because our District Attorney’s responsibility is public safety, not the pursuit of a political agenda. And if I were a politician, I and my supporters are realizing now that we would have run a very different campaign. I’m proud of our campaign, the issue-oriented high-road we took and that we spent significantly less money than my opponent who achieved such a narrow margin of victory. The District Attorney is the top law enforcement officer in Berkshire County and cannot be beholden to any political group, movement, or individual donor.  Citizens must have the utmost confidence that their District Attorney will represent and protect them without regard to their party affiliation or political ideology.   They must know that their DA is an experienced criminal attorney with a vast depth of knowledge, not a product manufactured by a powerful political machine.  For thirty years, my commitment has been to the citizens of Berkshire County.  Many of the voters who have reached out to me over the last two weeks have expressed two common concerns:  the importance of a candidate’s experience and demonstrated accomplishments, and what they view as money, support, and political influence on the race from outside of Berkshire County.  I share those concerns and vow to redouble my efforts to keep the office of the District Attorney accountable to the people we serve and in the hands of competence, experience, and judgement informed by the prosecution of 5000 plus cases.  Public service has always been my calling.  I am not a politician; I am a professional career prosecutor for the public that I have honorably served for thirty years.  To this end, I am answering the call from these grassroots efforts urging me to utilize the Democratic process that allows us to continue to run for District Attorney as a write-in candidate on the November ballot.                                                             
© Copyright 2018 Committee to Elect Caccaviello DA All Rights reserved

KEEP THE BERKSHIRES SAFE

WRITE-IN PAUL

CACCAVIELLO ON

TUESDAY,

NOVEMBER 6

For immediate release: For more information, please call Paul Caccaviello direct at:  413.441.1552. Thank you for your consideration. Statement of District Attorney Paul Caccaviello Regarding Write-In Effort for the November General Election (Berkshire County) I must answer the overwhelming call I am hearing from hundreds of Berkshire County citizens to stay in this race for District Attorney.  Many people, un-enrolled voters, Independent, Republican and other others who could not take out a Democratic ballot with my name on it in the September Primary, want and should have their vote count.  This larger group includes all the eligible voters of Berkshire County. These voters want and deserve a say in who will represent and protect them and their families as their District Attorney.  The groundswell of support I have received in these past few weeks is truly humbling. It is a grassroots movement that neither my campaign nor I encouraged. Principally, the morning after the Primary, I went back to work doing the job I love with our office’s dedicated staff. I am not a politician. I have believed that this office must be above party politics because our District Attorney’s responsibility is public safety, not the pursuit of a political agenda. And if I were a politician, I and my supporters are realizing now that we would have run a very different campaign. I’m proud of our campaign, the issue- oriented high-road we took and that we spent significantly less money than my opponent who achieved such a narrow margin of victory. The District Attorney is the top law enforcement officer in Berkshire County and cannot be beholden to any political group, movement, or individual donor.  Citizens must have the utmost confidence that their District Attorney will represent and protect them without regard to their party affiliation or political ideology.   They must know that their DA is an experienced criminal attorney with a vast depth of knowledge, not a product manufactured by a powerful political machine.  For thirty years, my commitment has been to the citizens of Berkshire County.  Many of the voters who have reached out to me over the last two weeks have expressed two common concerns:  the importance of a candidate’s experience and demonstrated accomplishments, and what they view as money, support, and political influence on the race from outside of Berkshire County.  I share those concerns and vow to redouble my efforts to keep the office of the District Attorney accountable to the people we serve and in the hands of competence, experience, and judgement informed by the prosecution of 5000 plus cases.  Public service has always been my calling.  I am not a politician; I am a professional career prosecutor for the public that I have honorably served for thirty years.  To this end, I am answering the call from these grassroots efforts urging me to utilize the Democratic process that allows us to continue to run for District Attorney as a write-in candidate on the November ballot.                                                             
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