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BOSTON (SHNS) – Three of the state’s 14 county sheriffs are former state representatives, and Rep. Timothy Whelan hopes to add his name to that list next year. Whelan, a Brewster Republican elected to the House in 2014, announced last week that he is running for Barnstable County sheriff, a seat that will become open with the retirement of Sheriff Jim Cummings.

Cummings announced on Sept. 30 that he planned to retire after 24 years in office. Combining his tenure as sheriff and his 23 years with the State Police, a summer as a Falmouth police officer, and two years of active duty in the Navy, Cummings said he’s had a 50-year career in public service.

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