BALTIMORE, MD.– Support for John Teichert, a retired Air Force Brigadier General and candidate for the open U.S. Senate seat in Maryland, continues to pour in with another round of law enforcement endorsements — this time from Sheriff Mike Lewis of Wicomico County and Sheriff Craig Robertson of Allegany County.
Sheriff Mike Lewis, who has been serving the residents of Wicomico County as Sheriff since 2006, shared why he supports Teichert for U.S. Senate by saying, “As a 5 term elected Sheriff with over 40 years of law enforcement experience, I appreciate General Teichert’s unwavering commitment to service and exceptional leadership. His dedication to our nation’s security, including securing our borders to prevent the influx of dangerous criminals and drugs, aligns with Maryland’s values. His proven track record makes him the right choice for the Senate, and I wholeheartedly support his candidacy.”
Sheriff Craig Robertson, serving Allegany County since 2010, credited his support for Teichert to the general’s outstanding leadership and integrity, saying, “As the Sheriff of Allegany County, I have dedicated my life to serving and protecting the people of Maryland. I know what it takes to lead with courage, integrity, and vision. That is why I am proud to endorse General John Teichert for U.S. Senate. He is fighting for our values, our interests, and our future. He is the leader we need.”
The latest round of law enforcement endorsements come just weeks after the launch of Teichert’s law enforcement and veterans coalitions. Read more about the Law Enforcement for Teichert coalition here.