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Who do you think is going to win the Augusta County sheriff race? It’s a common questions these days in these parts, made virtually unanswerable by the absence of a key analytical tool: polls.
How much does the Augusta County sheriff job cost? Through the end of last week, the four candidates running for the $105,000-a-year position being left open by the retirement of Randy Fisher had spent a total of $179,357.96 on their political campaigns.
I worked at the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office for 22 years, the last eleven as a sergeant on patrol. People need to compare and contrast these candidates and look at their actual experience and qualifications.
Driving around Augusta County, you might have noticed some sign that there is a sheriff race on the ballot in November.
Spoiler alert: We’re not going to tell you to vote for a specific candidate among the four-man field vying for the Augusta County sheriff job.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is reeling from the ongoing controversies over accreditation and an investigation into what happened with nearly $4,000 in money missing from the evidence room.
The role of sheriff: Augusta County sheriff candidates discuss different ideas toward running office
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office has a roughly $6 million annual operating budget and 83 employees, and its products and services are in demand 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Augusta County Sheriff Randy Fisher withdrew the county sheriff’s office from an ongoing accreditation review in light of news reports that nearly $4,000 in cash had gone missing from the office’s evidence room.
Todd Lloyd has seen a little bit of everything in his 19 years as an Augusta County sheriff’s deputy. Lloyd, the son of former Augusta County sheriff Glenn Lloyd, who died after a battle with cancer in 1998, began his career in law enforcement working at the Augusta County Jail.