Ellen Sauerbrey Endorses Al Redmer, Jr. for Baltimore County Executive
TOWSON, MD - Al Redmer, Jr., Republican nominee for Baltimore County Executive, today announced an endorsement from longtime Maryland political fixture Ellen Sauerbrey. Sauerbrey has enjoyed a distinguished career in both the State and Federal government, having served in the House of Delegates where she became Minority Leader, and having twice been the Republican nominee for governor. In addition, Sauerbrey served as Representative to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, where she held the rank of Ambassador. Sauerbrey and her husband Wil, are residents of Sweet Air in Baltimore County.
“I am tremendously grateful for the support of my friend and mentor Ellen Sauerbrey and would like to thank her for her endorsement during this competitive race for Baltimore County Executive,” Redmer said. “Ellen has a reputation not just for honesty and integrity, but for a deep and genuine caring for the citizens of Baltimore County and all of Maryland.”
“Al Redmer is a strong leader with the values that Baltimore County needs,” Sauerbrey said. “Our county is at a pivotal moment in its history with a desperate need for experienced leadership with a proven track record of success. I am confident that Al’s skills and experience make him the right candidate to make our county safer, clean up our communities, and fight for our students and teachers.”
Sauerbrey will headline a fundraising rally for Redmer with over 400 guests this Friday at the American Legion Post #22 in Towson. More information can be found at www.redmer2018.com/roast.