Howard County Districts I believe this could be an interesting race going forward and one that I am happy to continue evaluating. I know the weather today is not wonderful but I will be very interested to see which of these candidates make it out to the Howard County Fair to meet with potential voters.

Now on to this evaluation…

The candidates:


Walter Carson –

James Ward Morrow –


Trent Kittleman –

Warren E. Miller (Delegate District 9A) –

The Scorecard: (Click the “Yes” or follower numbers below to view the social media page)




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Walter E. Carson

159 (+7)

63 (+13)

James Ward Morrow

299 (+47)

670 (+145)

Trent Kittleman

251 (+10)

Warren E. Miller

311 (+73)

Comments: Warren Miller has made a nice jump in Facebook followers since June and has now taken over the lead over all other candidates.

Ward Morrow has made a significant jump in Twitter followers and continues to dominate this space in this race. He also made nice gains on adding new Facebook followers since June.

Trent Kittleman and Walter Carson have made very minimal gains in their social media accounts.

I have to say that Ward Morrow continues his overall technology outreach advantage in this race. Using Twitter and Facebook (and hopefully more outreach in the future) could be a big advantage for this candidate going into November.

One big miss for the GOP candidates is on Twitter. Both Kittleman and Miller have Twitter accounts and yet neither candidate (or their team) is using those accounts for outreach to potential voters and donors in this election cycle. As such, I have not listed those accounts on the scorecard. I hope that both campaigns begin using those accounts going forward.

Here is a look at the Facebook activity over the past week of the candidate pages in this race: (It has been pretty minimal…hoping for more updates soon).

Delegate 9A Facebook Activity August

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Scott E #HoCoPolitics


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