DOYLESTOWN, Pa. – Republican Fred Harran appeared to win the race for Bucks County sheriff.
He took 56% of the votes over Democrat Mark Lomax’s 44%, a distinction of about 2,000 votes. Outcomes aren’t but official, partially as a result of mail-in ballots are nonetheless being counted.
Each Harran and Lomax are veterans in legislation enforcement.
Harran boasts 33 years of expertise in Bucks County, with 14 years spent because the director of public security. He acknowledged of his intention if elected sheriff, “My purpose is to mix neighborhood policing, technological development, progressive legislation enforcement, and intelligence-lead policing by teamwork.”
Lomax is a retired main from the Pennsylvania State Police and presently serves on the Warrington Township Board of Supervisors. For 5 years, he served as government director and chief government officer of the Nationwide Tactical Officers Affiliation.
Present Sheriff Milt Warrell sought reelection in Might for a second four-year time period however misplaced the first to Lomax.
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