Ron Holmes

Hats off to the Town of Middlebury, the American Legion, and the Recreation Department for the wonderful fireworks display at the Recreation Park New Year’s Eve. It was excellent, and well attended. Ron Holmes Middlebury
I want to express my deep faith in Ron Holmes as candidate for High Bailiff. You may not see his name on too many T-shirts, bumper stickers, or pens around Addison County, but you will see his name everywhere it matters. You will see his name associated with the Porter Hospital Auxiliary, and the National Sheriff’s Association, as he is a member. You will see his name in the N.E. Police Chief Association and WomenSafe, as he is a proud supporter. Ron was born and raised in Addison County, he understands the people and the community. He is not about the hoopla associated with all the gadgets...
I have been a resident of Bridport for 14 years. Early on, I was fortunate to meet Ron Holmes and learn of his involvement with many civic groups and residents as well in Middlebury, Shoreham, and the rest of Addison County, in his capacity as Deputy Sheriff. I met him when both our moms were at Helen Porter Nursing Home. He has great concern for the senior citizens, the very elderly, and the infirmed. His reputation for taking care of small problems so they don’t escalate into large ones is the hallmark of his character. Ron is the average guy next door, which is why you know he is...

DAVE SILBERMAN
MIDDLEBURY — Dave Silberman bested fellow Middlebury Democrat Ron Holmes, 3,962 to 2,298, in the only contested primary election in Addison County on Tuesday, for high bailiff. Silberman, an attorney, campaigned on a platform of using the high bailiff’s position as a civilian “check and balance” over the sheriff’s office and to gain a platform to discuss criminal justice issues and drug policy reforms. He will now go on to face independent candidate Mike Elmore, a sergeant with the Addison County Sheriff’s Department (ACSD), in the Nov. 3 General Election. Silberman has raised $7,245 for his...

RON HOLMES
MIDDLEBURY — Ron Holmes has met a ton of people during a more-than-40-year career in law enforcement, security, paving and automotive repair. He’s a personable guy. Now Holmes, 65, hopes those decades of chance interactions will pay dividends in Tuesday’s primary elections, when he and fellow Middlebury Democrat Dave Silberman will vie for the chance to advance to the Nov. 3 General Election that will decide the county’s next high bailiff. The primary winner will face independent candidate Mike Elmore, a sergeant with the Addison County Sheriff’s Department (ACSD). Few would have thought, at...

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