Citizens of Walkersville and Woodsboro,
I would like to ask for your vote for County Council At Large on the Republican ticket to bring change to Frederick County government. Bickering politicians have been too focused on personal agendas and have lost sight of the taxpayers, who have to spend more and more just to receive perpetually gridlocked roads all across the county.
Between Routes 15 and 26, I know your communities could use a hand to mitigate traffic. Partnering with Governor Hogan, I plan to bring better roads to Frederick County to relieve frustrated commuters and accomodate for growth.
Additionally, to reduce government burden on hardworking county residents, I have signed a no new taxes pledge and will reduce taxes and fees in every county budget that is brought forward. I hope to earn your vote for County Council At Large in the primaries on June 26th and in the general election this fall.
Alderman Phil Dacey
Phil Dacey was born in Frederick and graduated from Thomas Johnson High School.
Phil served as a Chief of Staff in the Maryland Senate. While working there he began attending the University of Baltimore Law School at night, graduating magna cum laude and becoming a member of the bar in 2008.
Since 2006, Phil has served in a variety of capacities at the Maryland Department of Transportation. He currently serves as the Deputy Administrator for the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration.
In 2013, Phil was elected as the only Republican on the Frederick City Board of Alderman where he was a staunch advocate for property rights and a voice against taxes and fees.
Phil has served on multiple Boards including the Frederick County Ethics Commission, the Frederick Board of Zoning Appeals, the Governor’s Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board and the Religious Coalition Board of Directors.
Phil’s wife Alicia is a small business owner. They have 2 daughters in Yellow Springs Elementary School, Kira (8) and Harper (6).