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Justin Kiska Seeks Republican Nomination for County Council At Large Seat

Frederick County has been Justin’s home since he was five years old and his family moved to Maryland from Northwestern Pennsylvania. Growing up in Walkersville, he graduated from Walkersville High School in 1997 then attended The George Washington University where he earned a degree in Communications and studied Political Science. While still in college, Justin joined the Presidential Campaign of Former Transportation and Labor Secretary Elizabeth Dole, starting as a volunteer and working his way up to joining the Campaign Finance staff. Following the campaign, he went to work for…

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Regina Williams Seeks GOP Nomination for County Executive

“Frederick County has the 3rd highest County Property Tax Rate in Maryland, yet our roads are congested, our schools are overcrowded and public safety is being compromised with first responder positions underfunded. Mismanaging the growth and development in Frederick County did not happen overnight and every other candidate in this race has served in office for 8 to 16 years. Its time for a change, Elect a Qualified Citizen, Not a Politician, Vote Regina Williams for County Executive on June 26th.” Regina Williams was born and raised on a dairy…

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Phil Dacey Seeks Republican Nomination for County Council At Large Seat

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…

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Bridgette Cooper Seeks Republican Nomination for U.S. House of Representatives Maryland Congressional District 8 Seat

Silver Spring, Maryland resident, Bridgette L. Cooper, is a candidate for U.S. Congress representing Maryland Congressional District 8. Ms. Cooper, an opera singer, mother, and a former music educator, now resides in Silver Spring.  Ms. Cooper is the first Bahamian American woman and opera singer to run for United States Congress for Congressional District 8 as a Republican and is a member of the historic Chevy Chase Women’s Republican Club and the first African American Sorority founded in 1908, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Incorporated. Ms. Cooper’s impressive classical singing career, featured in…

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Nnabu Eze Seeks Republican Nomination for U.S. Senator

“My name is Nnabu Eze, Republican candidate for US Senate. I legally migrated to the United States from Nigeria at the age of 7 with my parents. The role of money in politics is destroying America’s democracy. Office holders should be all about the people they represent not their big money donors. I need your support to help reform our political system by voting out career politicians that want to maintain this corrupt system.” As the Primary Elections get underway in Maryland, GladeValley.net asked all candidates who will appear on…

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