How in local economy Sheriff Hammond’s superiority works against him

print By David Tulis The sheriff’s contest in Hamilton County is between a greater man and a lesser, between an officer whose scale of experience is global vs. the other whose is more local and provincial. The seemingly superior man is Jim Hammond, the sheriff. The lesser is Chris Harvey, his challenger. Mr. Harvey may be a less presentable man in public forum, less sophisticated. But an assessment of the steady gain of the American police state might suggest a vote in his favor, as he holds forth upon constitutional rights with simplicity and vigor. Mr. Hammond, like Mr. Harvey, … Continue reading How in local economy Sheriff Hammond’s superiority works against him