Sunday, July 1, 2012
Radford's website is www.voteradford.com
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Name : Mr. Maurice Vinson Radford Age : 50 Place of residence : Wesley Chapel, FL Attended college : Yes College : Saint Leo University Job titles held : Major - Pasco Sheriff's Office Patrol Operations, Regional Commander of Criminal Investigations- FDEP, Captain - Florida Marine Patrol Tampa District IV, Lieutenant - Florida Marine Patrol Tallahasse Headquarters, Florida Marine Patrol Officer, Florida Marine Patrol Auxiliary(Volunteer) Officer, Owner/Operator - Breeze Auto Parts Employers : Pasco County Sheriff's Office, Florida Department of Environmental Protection Party affiliation : Republican Running for a: Local office Running for position: Sheriff Chamber/district: Wesley Chapel Incumbent: No Previous elective offices : None …
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The Republican faces five others in the race for Pasco’s top cop.
Retired Pasco County Maj. Maurice Radford is getting ready to take his campaign for sheriff public. Radford’s supporters and those who want to learn more about the man who would be sheriff are invited to attend a kickoff party this Friday, March 2. The party takes place from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, 14136 Seventh St., in Dade City. “It’s for supporters who want to come and help us get jump started,” the 50-year-old Wesley Chapel resident said. Radford, a Republican, filed his campaign paperwork with the Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Office in mid-February. He faces a field that includes Sheriff Chris Nocco and four other candidates—two Republicans and two Democrats. That means he’ll have to win the Aug. 14 primary in …
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The field now stands at six for the job currently held by Chris Nocco.
When Pasco County Sheriff’s Maj. Maurice Radford abruptly retired in September, his future plans were unclear. That’s not the case any longer. Radford, a Republican, has filed paperwork with the Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Office, announcing his intention to run for sheriff, according to the Supervisor's Office website. The Wesley Chapel resident was one of Sheriff Chris Nocco’s top commanders until he announced his retirement in September. = According to the Tampa Bay Times, Radford was hired by former Sheriff Bob White in 2001 to serve as a major. He was in charge of the agency’s road patrol deputies. Former New Port Richey police chief Jeffrey Harrington was hired to fill that role in September, after Radford's retirement was …