I am running for county council to break the grip developers have on county government.
Many candidates have pointed to some nice attributes as qualification for the role of county council.
Experience, being a life-long Howard County resident, or having children have all been cited.
Let’s remember however, that many Howard County voters are not happy with some of the existing county leaders who have all of those attributes.
The questions a voter needs to answer are this: who will question and push back against special interests, not succumb to political party influence, and ultimately make decisions based on data?
My positions on many issues are clear and I have been the most outspoken candidate on issues of growth management and developer influence.
If a candidate is not willing to explicitly say what they will do before they get elected, how can we expect them to do what we need after they get elected?
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I am humbled at the prospect of representing the people of District 3. I feel the enormity of this solemn responsibility. I do not take lightly the impact of what I do and say on the people of Howard County. President Obama, who inspired me to get engaged in public service, once said "change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." I truly believe this to be the case now more than ever. I cannot do this alone and I will need your help. Please get involved and help our campaign as we identify, discuss, and devise solutions to the most pressing issues facing our County.