Stew Jenkins Shouldn’t Hold Any Public Office. Here’s Why.

Attorney Charles Bell, District 4 Supervisor Lynn Compton with her attorney Stew Jenkins. Source: Cal Coast Times

In their June 16 editorial, The Tribune broke some interesting news: San Luis Obispo attorney Stew Jenkins was the first person to submit a letter of application for the SLO County Clerk-Recorder position. The current Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong announced he was leaving amid unfounded partisan and character attacks.

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TOAST Magazine Publisher, columnist and consultant from Morro Bay, California.

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