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Robert Muse to run for Nampa mayor

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Posted: Friday, January 4, 2013 12:00 am

NAMPA — Robert Muse, a local business owner who ran for Canyon County Sheriff last year, has officially announced his candidacy for Nampa mayor. Muse previously mentioned an intention to run on his Facebook page. 

“My ‘Constitutional Oath’ is to protect private property rights and defend civil liberty,” Muse said in a prepared statement.

He cites as qualifications his experience in law enforcement, military and business experience, as well as two master’s degrees from Capella University in criminal justice and public safety leadership. Muse also holds a certificate in addictions counseling from Capella University, and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Colorado Technical University.

He was awarded a level 1 detention certificate from Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training in 2001. Last year, he received a certificate for completing a Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers training program.

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1 comment:

  • J Clark posted at 9:40 pm on Tue, Jan 8, 2013.

    J Clark Posts: 9

    I think the citizens of Canyon County spoke clearly enough when they soundly rejected Muse as a Sheriff's candidate. Why he feels the same message coming from a different mask will have a different result.


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