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ELECTION 2018: St. Mary’s Sheriff debate for GOP Primary – Tom Phelan and Tim Cameron
ELECTION 2018: St. Mary’s Sheriff GOP Primary debate between Tom Phelan and Tim Cameron in Lexington Park, Md., on May 21, 2018. The candidates discussed needs of the Sheriff’s Department in terms of a new jail. Cameron disclosed that he finally is addressing the lack of minority hiring in the agency while Phelan describes his desire to lead the law enforcement team without any law enforcement experience.
Cameron opened with reciting how he had been unopposed in last two elections and pointed to the huge vote majority in the uncontested 2010 and 2014 election as a confirmation that he must be doing a good job. Phelan praised Cameron for a good job the day a student at Great Mills High School murdered his ex-girlfriend and shot another student before taking his own life.
The Heroin Highway to Hell went largely untouched while neither candidate was specific about traffic enforcement for curtailing the belligerent motorists on local highways.
Cameron also spoke of more space needs at headquarters and a new station in Lexington Park for extra cops to hole up inside instead of being assigned directly to the community.
Cameron seeks an unprecedented fourth term in office as Sheriff. Phelan says his leadership skills as a Squadron commander, test wing commander and business manager prepares him for the job.
St. Mary's Sheriff Dave Zylak, with the fresh bean on his head from his wife's rolling pin, begs Commissioners to give him money for a raise for his top civilian manager - his wife.
The Good Old Boy Club of the St. Mary's Sheriff's Department must be protected at all costs - WHERE'S THE LOOT?
Sheriff Zylak still looks for ways to give his wife a raise or face the rolling pin. 2005
Angie Cameron at a Bull Roast with her husband St. Mary's Sheriff Tim Cameron. Angie loves to have her photo in Tabloids. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Angie Cameron cries a three-minute tale of woe of Facebook Drama Queen at a St. Mary's Commissioner Meeting, saying people have been mean to her.
Sheriff Tim Cameron sent in his work wife, Maj. John Horne who berated Commissioner John O'Connor in 2016 when O'Connor criticized the Sheriff's budget. Horne got an attaboy from Cameron, who pretended to be shocked.
Tim Cameron is a wild and crazy guy at the FOP on election night 2006 after beating incumbent Sheriff David Zylak.
Interview with St. Mary's Commissioner President candidate Tom McKay
Interview with St. Mary's Commissioner President candidate Randy Guy
St. Mary's Sheriff candidate John O'Connor
St. Mary's Commissioner Candidate Mike Hewitt
St. Mary's Commissioner President candidate William B. J Hall III
Scott Ostrow, candidate for St. Mary's Commissioner in 2022.
ST. MARY'S COUNTY ELECTION BOMBSHELL
LAME DUCK TIM CAMERON desperate to save the failing campaign of designated survivor
Tom McKay says he has the battle scars to prove he is the right person to fight for small businesses and cut taxes for citizens.
Sheriff O'Connor will send cops to where the crime is located.
Pledges to keep public involved
Each school needs to be safe
DOUG GANSLER'S PLANS FOR TACKLING CRIME, DRUGS, TAXES, AND TRANSPORTATION WHEN ELECTED GOVERNOR
John O'Connor challenges Sheriff Tim Cameron to release the investigation into the reckless shooting adventure supervised by Capt. Steve Hall allowed live rounds from deputies' foolhardy gun training to land inside a home where an infant was in a crib.
Roy Alvey at Golden Beach Parade. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Ellynne Brice Davis
Dawn Zimmerman says her experience in farming and raising a family of six children is the right background for a county commissioner.