"Your Community - Your Voice"
Candidate McIntyre wants to reach out to the community at large as an experienced Law Enforcement Officer, a citizen, a family man, and as a mentor, not as a politician.
Eric McIntyre is a native of the Orlando - Central Florida area. He has lived, worked, attended local schools, and has raised his children in the community. For over 35 years Eric has been committed to public service as a volunteer, mentor, a sworn Law Enforcement Officer, and an Advocate. Eric has also worked tirelessly in neighborhoods to keep the community safe.
"I want you to know that I am a Law Enforcement Officer with strong, proven leadership
experience, a focused mindset and a determination to make every Orange County Resident comfortable in their respective neighborhood and businesses. Every vote counts, be sure to vote early and donate to this campaign so that we can get the word out."
Thank you for your support.
Candidate for Orange County Sheriff
Your vote for Eric McIntyre for Orange County Sheriff means that you support his endeavor for:
Let us stand in unity for our community.
Candidate McIntyre can't win this race without your help. Walking through neighborhoods, word-of-mouth, and donations are a few ways of helping.
In the more recent years, months, and days, I have witnessed a decline in community policing, effectiveness of officers, and the trust that the community has when it comes to Law Enforcement. These are all keys to creating a more unified and safer Orange County.
I have served several distinguished, honorable, and respectable roles throughout my career, and one that holds dear is being an advocate for the citizens of the community. In this role I have learned that in order to meet the needs of the community, the citizens must have a platform to be heard.
My campaign slogan is “YOUR COMMUNITY-YOUR VOICE”, and that platform was created for the citizens to be heard.
I want to bring back community policing because officers must be engaged with the community in order to rebuild the broken relationships. Having officers patrol the community lets the citizens know that we are in place to prevent and respond to emergency and non-emergency situations. It lets our children and residents know that we are human, we are approachable, and we understand their concerns for safety and trustworthy relationships.