Republican Leader Delegate Kathy Szeliga Endorses Al Redmer For Baltimore County Executive

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TOWSON, MD - Al Redmer, Jr., Republican candidate for Baltimore County Executive, today announced a key endorsement of his campaign by State Delegate Kathy Szeliga. Del. Szeliga represents Baltimore County’s District 7, and serves as the House Minority Whip, making her the highest-ranking Republican woman in Maryland. Szeliga represents the same district as Redmer’s opponent in the Republican primary.

“Baltimore County needs Al Redmer as County Executive,” Del. Szeliga said. “We need an executive we can trust who will stop the expansion of Section 8 housing, keep Baltimore County from becoming a sanctuary county, and improve public safety in our communities. I urge my fellow Republicans to join me in supporting and voting for Al Redmer. Al Redmer has the professional executive experience of managing budgets and people that we need to shape a brighter future for Baltimore County.”

“I would like to thank Del. Szeliga for her endorsement and support in this race,” Redmer said. “Kathy not only understands what is at stake for Baltimore County and the critical need we have to change direction, but also what kind of leadership it is going to take to tackle the many issues we face. As County Executive, I will put our county on a new path and create a multi-year budget and a long-term plan for the future, something that has not been done in decades.”

Szeliga endorsed Redmer in a video released on the candidate’s Facebook page. The video follows another key endorsement video from Governor Larry Hogan.

“Al Redmer is the only candidate on either side of the aisle with the skills needed to get Baltimore County back on the right track, and he is the only Republican who can run a competitive general election race,” Governor Hogan said. “I look forward to working with Al to fix Baltimore County schools and get results for residents who have lost faith in their local government institutions.”

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