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Meet Worcester, Somerset candidates in primary election 2022


What do sheriff candidates have to say about the top issue they believe faces their county?

Delmarva Now/The Daily Times in Salisbury sent questionnaires to each of the candidates seeking county sheriff’s post in Worcester and Somerset counties. In Wicomico County, Sheriff Mike Lewis is unopposed.

Included were basic biographical questions, as well as opportunities to list websites and social media accounts so voters can learn beyond just answers to the questions we asked. Responses were limited to 500 characters — the equivalent of more than two tweets. Responses are published unedited.

The questionnaire was sent in mid-June, and follow-ups were made with those who hadn’t responded. Those who didn’t answer by June 29 are listed below as “Did not respond.”

Below, you will find biographical information followed by Q&A responses:

Who is running

All candidates are Republican.


Jeffrey C. Buhrt

Did not respond.

Matthew Crisafulli

Matt Crisafulli

Age: 48



Instagram “matt4more”

Occupation: Sheriff of Worcester County


Marion Lee Brumley

Did not respond.

Ronnie Howard

Age: 59


Occupation: Sheriff, Somerset County

Ronnie Howard

What makes you the best candidate for this office?

Crisafulli: My administration has worked systematically to foster strong partnerships with our allied agencies and community partners. I lead with an open mind and demonstrate flexibility in rapidly changing environments. I will always lead with a compassionate vision for all of our county residents and visitors. I believe that this style of work brings people together. I believe that I have the right temperament to lead our Sheriff’s Office for years to come. Morale is up! Need to keep it going!

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Source: GANNETT Syndication Service