Redmer Campaign Announces Director of Policy & Community Initiatives
TOWSON, MD - Al Redmer, Jr., Republican nominee for Baltimore County Executive, today announced the appointment of Douglas B. Riley as his campaign’s Director of Policy & Community Initiatives. Riley is a former member of the County Council who will lead the campaign’s policy team and outreach to community associations, business groups, and citizen alliances.
“I am extremely pleased to have Doug on our team, and have every confidence that his skills and experience will greatly benefit our campaign,” Redmer said. “Doug’s first-hand knowledge of the inner workings of County government, his distinguished law career, and his years of community service offer tremendous value to our effort to get Baltimore County back on the right track.”
“I am immensely proud to join this campaign and be part of this effort to bring much-needed change to Baltimore County,” Riley said. “Al’s breadth of experience in both the public and private sectors, his steady, proven leadership, and his plans for making Baltimore County a better place to live and work inspire me and should compel us all to do everything we can to ensure his victory in November.”
Riley is a graduate of Bowdoin College and received his law degree from Tulane University School of Law. A Navy Veteran, has spent decades in a career in law in the Baltimore area. He was elected to the Baltimore County Council in 1990; he was elected as Chair of the Council in 1991 and won re-election to a second term as a councilman in 1994.
Riley spent five years as Baltimore County’s representative to the Maryland Association of Counties, is a past president of the Towson Business Association (now the Towson Chamber of Commerce), and has served on numerous boards and associations throughout the Towson area.