communities). It’s basically a donut around Frederick city. We will be a 3 delegate district which I strongly believes hurts the constituents, but I know I will work my butt off for you all when I am in Annapolis. We are the Blue donut on the map that is district 4 in the attached picture. I hope to be one of your 3 delegates representing you in Annapolis. Please reach out if you have any questions. I look forward to meeting even more of you. This just means I will be working that much harder and be able to work for even that many more people. I am not stranger to hard work. I have been working hard on my own since I was 16. https://mdcourts.gov/data/opinions/coa/2022/21a21m.pdf
I have plenty of signs if you would like one please reach out to me. I have the typical yard signs as well as larger 2×4 and 4×4 signs. If you have a place of high visibility and would like a larger sign or even a yard sign please let me know and I will deliver them. I am running this campaign as a true conservative and doing most of my work on my own. The first 2 day I got the larger signs I was able to put 22 up. I have several more needing homes. Help me get the word out about our campaign!!!!!!!!!
Speaking up today in support of our farmers earlier today at the Farmers county forum. I was astonished at some of the things I heard today about regulations and issues they are having with this current county counsel. I heard of it taking months or even years to get permits to build barns etc on their farms. I also heard of the idea of mandatory solar panels being placed on their farm lands which burns their good soil. There was one common theme that I heard and that was big government thinks they know better.
There are very few times in my life that I am at a loss for words, but tonight is one of them. I am truly humbled by the showing of support that I received tonight. I never would have imagined that 77 people would show up to support me at my kick-off event in our little town of Woodsboro, and on a Wednesday night no less.
Every year on Patriot Day we remember those that lost their lives on September 11, 2001, their families, and the first responders that answered the call that day. We also like to share the story of a lesser-known local hero: Woodsboro Fire Rescue Company’s antique ladder truck. The 1955 Mack Ladder truck was the only truck small enough to navigate the halls of the Pentagon where fires raged after the plane crash. When duty called, the Woodsboro firetruck was quite literally the little engine that could!
As I was lowering the flag to half-mast in our towns veteran’s memorial earlier this evening in honor of the men and women who lost their lives 20 years ago tomorrow, my mind began to wonder. It wondered back to where I was at on that fateful day 20 years ago when as a country, our world stopped turning for just a little while.