Redmer Campaign for Baltimore County Executive Announces Finance Co-Chairs

Co-Chairs Will Head Committee to Raise Historic Funds in GOP Race for Nomination
TOWSON, MD -- Al Redmer, Jr., Republican candidate for Baltimore County Executive, today announced the addition of two co-chairs to his campaign to head a committee dedicated to raising a historic amount of funds in the race for the GOP nomination for County Executive. Tracey L. Hoehn, President of Eastern Mechanical Inc., and Corp Manager of Eastern Excavating and Grading, Inc., and Tammi Reeder, Broker and Owner of RE/MAX FIRST CHOICE in Essex, will lead a team of 15 business and community leaders throughout Baltimore County who will be solely focused on assisting the campaign with meeting its fundraising goals.
The Redmer campaign has already far surpassed the funds raised by its primary election competition, reporting more than $180,000 in the January finance report, and intends to break the current record of $286,450 in total funds raised by a Republican nominee for Baltimore County Executive. The Redmer campaign expects to break this record by April 30, thus raising more money 2 ½ months before the primary election than any other Republican candidate has raised through a general election. Redmer’s impressive fundraising ability signals not only his likability and support countywide, but also the strong foundation being laid to mount a serious competition against the eventual Democratic nominee in November. 
“I am both extremely humbled and motivated by the tremendous support our campaign has received over the last five months, and I would like to sincerely thank Tracey and Tammi for the confidence they’ve shown in me, and for their willingness to take on this important effort,” Redmer said. “With their help, we are going to run the most competitive race for County Executive in a generation, and give voters a real choice in November.”
Tracey L. Hoehn is part of the family-owned businesses of Eastern Excavating and Eastern Mechanical. She lives on Miller Island in Baltimore County with her husband and two daughters. In addition to her extensive business career, Hoehn has been an active fundraiser for Governor Larry Hogan, Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh, and Baltimore County Council District 3 Candidate Ed Hale, Jr. 
“I am extremely excited to join the Redmer campaign and assist Al with raising more funds than any other Republican candidate in Baltimore County history,” said Hoehn. “Al has the right experience and vision to make a real difference for county residents, families, and job creators, and I am very happy to be a part of this effort.”
Tammi Reeder is a seasoned business owner and is currently the Owner and Broker of a RE/MAX FIRST CHOICE franchise in Essex with a second location in Nottingham. She also was an owner of the popular establishment The Gin Mill in Canton from 1996 - 2013. Reeder and her family have been residents of Miller Island for 24 years.
“I am thrilled to be part of the Redmer campaign and help bring a competitive election to Baltimore County,” said Reeder. “Al is well-known and well-liked throughout the county, making our job that much easier. I look forward to working with our team in order to make a difference in the lives of Baltimore County residents.”
The Redmer campaign reported more than $180,000 on its January finance report, raised in just the first few months, with more than $120,000 cash on hand. Since then, the campaign has hosted a successful sold-out fundraiser with more than 300 supporters in attendance. The campaign will host another large fundraiser next month on April 14 at the Arbutus Town Hall and expects to sell out yet again.
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