"I survived two elections and that will probably be the end of my political career," says Sheriff Lemaster.
But he's glad he was able to keep his position. He wants to see some of the programs he's initiated move forward.
"It's hard to be on a committee where our job is to lock them up but at the same time we need to find alternative sentencing programs," says Sheriff Lemaster. "We have some of those in the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department and I'd like to see it utilized a little bit more."
His other goal is to clean up the drug scene in Berkeley County. It's something he's been battling, but has new ideas he'd like to put into action.
"The epidemic of drugs that we're having and it's in everybody's community, and you need money to buy drugs and that causes other crimes," says Sheriff Lemaster.
Although term limits were struck down on the ballot, Sheriff Lemaster thinks two terms just isn't enough time to get everything done.
"Three-term limitation still gives restrictions but it still opens it up a little bit," says Sheriff Lemaster. "If it ever passes I'd like to see how three terms go before you take limitation off."
The sheriff's department has been in this building for several years. But as demands on his department have increased so has the staff, outgrowing the current space.
"We are looking to move into the new sheriff's office which is located across the judicial center," says Sheriff Lemaster. "Its a new state of the art facility."
Sheriff Lemaster hopes to be in the new office by the spring of next year.
The Sheriffs term expires in 2016.