Woman enters Pinal sheriff’s race

Kaye Dickson/LinkedIn
Kaye Dickson/LinkedIn

By Adam Gaub | Casa Grande Dispatch

A veteran with more than three decades of experience at the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office has returned to Arizona to seek that department’s top job, shaking up the race.

Kaye Dickson, who left Arizona for Columbus, Ohio, last spring to head Franklin County Animal Care and Control, has returned to the state she has called home since she was 18 in an effort to become the first woman elected Pinal County sheriff.


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