Elections 

Rica Wilson Seeks Democratic Nomination for U.S. Senate

Dr. D. Rica Wilson has worked in the nonprofit sector and education arena for over 20 years. As a former public school teacher and university professor, she has held diverse roles at nonprofit organizations and colleges focused on improving the lives of hardworking families, disabled people, and economically disadvantaged communities. She is the Executive Director and Founder of Brown Girl Wellness, a 501c3 non-profit organization that helps homeless and disadvantaged women and children in rural communities thrive. As an advocate for human rights and social justice, she continually uses her…

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Elections 

Blaine Taylor – Democrat for U.S. Senate

GladeValley.net invited all candidates for Congress and Senate to provide information to our readers leading up to next week’s Primary Elections in Maryland. Those that responded will be featured leading up to the Primaries. GladeValley.net does not endorse any one candidate, but encourages all to be informed and involved. Blaine Taylor Democrat for United States Senate Maryland Primary Election Apr. 26, 2016 Biography: Age 69, BA HIST Towson University 1972, published book author 20 books worldwide 1993-2016, US Army 199th Light Infantry Brigade Vietnam War 1966-67 under enemy Communist Viet Cong…

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Putting District 5 Residents First

I was born and raised in Northern Frederick County where my family has lived for many generations. I love living here and want to ensure that it continues to be a great place to live, work and raise families for future generations. I’m running for County Council District 5 so that north county residents have a representative on the County Council who will put their interests first. I believe the new charter form of government provides an opportunity for county residents and towns to have a better relationship with the…

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Mark Long – County Council District 5 Candidate

GladeValley.net asked each of the candidates vying to represent our district on the new Frederick County Council to answer a few questions to help voters in Glade Valley decide who their votes. Frederick County will move to a Charter Government providing great local control of laws in the county.  The new Frederick County Charter was adopted by voters two years ago during the 2012 elections. Voters will elect a County Executive, two At-Large County Council representatives, and five County Council representatives who each represent a district of the county. Mark…

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