Oneida County Sheriff Grady Hartman has announced he'll run for Sheriff in the November General election.
Sheriff Hartman has served as the current Oneida County Sheriff since January, 2013 when he was appointed by Governor Scott Walker.
Sheriff Hartman has been in law enforcement for 20 years and has served the people of Oneida
County for 15 years. He began as a road deputy in 1999 and in 2006 was promoted to Sergeant. He also served on the special response team and in 2007 was made SRT team leader. Sheriff Hartman has previously served on the Rhinelander school district school board and was a Supervisor on the Crescent Town Board. "I strongly believe in serving the community that my family and I live in" said Sheriff Hartman.
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