Elmore won 8,177 (44.45%) of the 18,396 votes cast, prevailing over fellow candidates Gerald Grant of Addison and Mark Stacey of Leicester. Grant received 3,807 (20.69%) of the votes and Stacey won 3,105 votes (16.88%).
Mike is a born leader.
Addison’s Michael Elmore easily prevailed over Ron Holmes of Middlebury, 1,199 to 646, in Tuesday’s Republican primary for Addison County sheriff.
We are writing to encourage you to vote for Michael Elmore for Sheriff. Not only because he is already functionally running day-to-day of the sheriff department, but also because of our direct experience with him the past year. To make a long story short, … (read more)
I am a retired Trooper and have worked in and around Law Enforcement for more than a quarter century.
Mike is one of the most honest and genuine people I have ever met. I have never once seen Mike waver from his values in any way.
I hope you will join me in supporting Michael Elmore for Addison County sheriff in the upcoming Aug. 9 Vermont Primary election.
As spouse of a previous, long-term Sheriff, I have a very good understanding of what it takes to be successful in this role.
Read about Mike Elmore and Ron Holmes, the two GOP candidates running for Addison County Sheriff
Addison County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Michael Elmore is hoping area voters on Aug. 9 will give him a big boost toward becoming sheriff.
ADDISON — Addison County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Mike Elmore has always loved law enforcement. Politics? Not so much. But he’s nonetheless thrust himself into the local political arena this fall to compete for the position of Addison County high bailiff … (read more)