Election Recap – Part 1

I Voted

In this two part series, I will review what happened earlier this week on election day/night. I want to start with the local results for Howard County:

Howard County Executive:

  • Allan Kittleman

Great campaign gathering 51.4% of the vote and named a “Social Media All-Star” earlier this year.

Shelby sporting the Kittleman t-shirt in Ellicott City

Shelby sporting her Kittleman t-shirt in Ellicott City

Howard County Council:

District 1:

  • Jon Weinstein

Jon was named the Technology Outreach Leader in this race and won by a slim 420+ votes.

District 2:

  • Calvin Ball

No surprise here as Calvin Ball received just over 60% of the votes. Calvin also had a significant technology outreach advantage in this race.

District 3:

  • Jen Terrasa

Ran unopposed

District 4:

  • Mary Kay Sigaty

Ran unopposed

District 5:

  • Greg Fox

A commanding win with over 70% of the votes going his way. Now if we can just get him on social media to engage with his district…

Board of Education

  • Cynthia L. Vaillancourt
  • Sandra H. French
  • Bess I. Altwerger
  • Christine O’Connor

OK, I never did a technology outreach scorecard on the HoCoBOE race but I did give a shoutout to Christine O’Conner. It was great to see her Twitter posts. I hope to see much more from her and the other BOE members in the future.

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Interested in the full results of all of the local races here in Howard County, check them out here:  http://elections.state.md.us/elections/2014/results/General/gen_results_2014_2_by_county_140.html

Coming soon in Part 2 – I will look at the Governor’s race as well as various State Senate and Delegate races of interest here in Howard County.

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