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Allegany County Md. Campaign Buttons 30


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Craig Robertson, a Republican, noted in his 2010 bid for Sheriff of Allegany County that he has over 31 years of law enforcement experience, having served with the Cumberland Police Department and the Allegany County Sheriff's Office, having risen to the position of Lieutenant in the Sheriff's Office. As noted in an advertisement appearing in the August 31, 2010 edition of the Cumberland Times-News, he had the endorsement of the current and out-going Allegany County Sheriff, David A. Goad (Goad had been elected Sheriff of Allegany County in 1994 and re-elected to that position in 1998, 2002, and 2006. He did not seek re-election in 2010.) Robertson won the Republican primary, and went on to be elected Sheriff of Allegany County on November 2, 2010. Robertson's wife, Cerena, served as his campaign treasurer. Robertson ran unopposed in both the 2014 primary and general elections.

Fred Fadley, a Republican, sought the office of Sheriff of Allegany County in 2010. With "over 34 years of combined experience in law enforcement and emergency services", he pledged "accountability, cooperation and teamwork". Fred Fadley lost his bid for election as Sheriff in the September 14, 2010 Republican primary.

Don Raley, a Republican, sought the office of Sheriff of Allegany County in 2010. With 28 years as a veteran of the Maryland Division of Corrections and 32 years' experience overall in corrections, law enforcement and military, Raley felt qualified to run and serve in this elected position. Don Raley lost his bid for election as Sheriff in the September Republican primary. He later lost as a write-in candidate in the November 2010 general election.




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Creator:
Al Feldstein

Rights:
Al Feldstein

Notes:
The following is some additional Sheriff related information. It has been supplied by independent and unpublished research undertaken by Allegany County Sheriff Craig Allen Robertson. I have included only that material pertaining to the individuals depicted on this website:

Paul C. Haberlein, a Republican, was sworn in as a Deputy under Sheriff Edward R. Muir in 1954 and 1958. In 1959 Haberlein was recommended and subsequently appointed to serve as Sheriff upon the 1958 resignation of Muir due to ill health. Edward R. Muir, a Republican, had been elected Sheriff in 1946, 1950, 1953, and 1958. Haberlein served as Sheriff of Allegany County from 1959 through 1970.

William E. "Scotty" Orr, a Republican, served as a Deputy under Sheriff Edward R. Muir in 1946 and 1950. He again served as a Deputy under Sheriff Paul C. Haberlein in 1959 and 1962. Orr would be elected Sheriff of Allegany County in 1970, serving through 1974 when he was defeated by Donald R.Wade. Orr would again run for Sheriff, unsuccessfully, in 1978.

George B. Staup, a Republican, served as a Deputy under Sheriff Muir in 1954 and 1958. He also served as a Deputy under Sheriff Haberlein in 1962. Staup ran in the Republican primary for Sheriff in 1970, but lost, to "Scotty" Orr.

Lawrence R. Maiers and Lewis Edward Tyree, both Republicans, sought the office of Allegany County Sheriff in 1974. Tyree had previously served as a Deputy in 1962 under Sheriff Paul Haberlein. The 1974 campaign ended with the General Election of Francis "Jake" Michaels, a Democrat, as Sheriff.

Donald R. Wade, a Republican, defeated William "Scotty" Orr in the 1978 Republican Primary, and went onto defeat Francis "Jake" Michaels in the 1978 General Election. Wade would again defeat Michaels in 1986. Wade served as Sheriff of Allegany County from 1978 through 1990 when he declined to run for re-election.

Gary W. Simpson, a Republican, served as a Deputy under Donald Wade in 1986. He was elected Sheriff in 1990 but was defeated in the 1994 General Election by David Goad, a Democrat.

David Goad, a Democrat, served as a Deputy under "Jake" Michaels in 1978, Sheriff Donald Wade, a Republican, in 1982, and Sheriff Gary Simpson, a Republican, in 1990. Goad went onto to serve as Sheriff from 1994 through 2010.

Frederick N. Fadley, Jr., a Republican, served as a Deputy in 1978 under Sheriff Francis "Jake" Michaels, and again under Sheriff Donald Wade in 1982. In 1990 and again in 1994 he ran for Sheriff in the Republican Primary but lost to Gary Simpson. Fadley again ran for Sheriff in the 2010 Republican Primary, but lost to Craig Robertson.

Craig A. Robertson, a Republican, served as a Deputy under both Sheriffs Donald Wade and Gary Simpson in 1990, and Sheriff Goad in 1994, 2002, and 2006. He was elected Sheriff in 2010, and re-elected to that office in 2014.

Collection Location:
LaVale, Maryland

Subject:
Campaign paraphernalia, Allegany County (Md.), History

Coverage:
Allegany County (Md.), 1970-2010

 
 
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