2010 Elections Again...District Seven Council Race is Crowded But Some Candidates Seem to be AWOWS..(Absent without web sites) ~ Annapolis Capital Punishment

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

2010 Elections Again...District Seven Council Race is Crowded But Some Candidates Seem to be AWOWS..(Absent without web sites)

2010 Elections Again...It's a crowded field of Republicans vying for County Council District 7 (South County mainly). Have you met them?  Some of them are busy campaigning and have active, easily searchable web-sites. Some of them are...well, where are they? ACP cannot puiblicize their events or campaign IF INFORMATION IS NOT EASILY AVAILABLE....This is what Michelle Corkadel says:

I have spent the last 13 years volunteering and serving the communities of Anne Arundel County. From serving as Chairman of the Anne Arundel County Planning Advisory Board, to volunteering with Lighthouse Shelter, Habitat for Humanity and the Salvation Army, I believe that community involvement is the key to protecting and improving our neighborhoods and preserving our quality of life.
My husband Sam and I have two children, Katrina and Darrian, whom both attend public schools. We are members of St. Andrews United Methodist Church and I serve as Membership Director and Church Councilman.

I believe we have a wonderful County – it is my intention to do all that I can to preserve and protect our quality of life.
Corkadel is hosting a series of events over the next few weeks:
August 15 Fundraiser

2:00 pm-4:00 pm
Blaire's Londontowne Pub & Grille
August 16 Fundraiser
6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Seth and Erika Howard's

August 25 Fundraiser
6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Blue Dolphin Seafood Bar & Grill

Click here for more info: http://electmichellecorkadel.org/

Jerry Walker writes that:
When I was elected to a leadership position in the Republican party in 2006, I put my name on the ballot to represent the conservative principles that this great country was founded upon. Our fore fathers fought and sacrificed to build a country founded on the timeless principles of limited government, opportunity for all, and personal responsibility. As I seek to serve our community as the next District 7 Councilman, I will ensure that these values are woven throughout the decisions I am asked to make on your behalf.

Our country and our county are experiencing difficult economic times that require government leaders with proven business acumen, the ability to generate creative solutions for difficult problems, and a willingness to both listen to and serve others. We have all experienced the effects of this tough economy, and have had to tighten our financial belts - I believe government needs to do the same. We need to make fiscally responsible decisions with the limited resources we have, balancing the varied needs of our residents, without increasing taxes or fees.

South County residents strive to preserve the beautiful rolling country side and quiet peaceful pace of life. Crofton residents struggle with an expanding population and a lack of the transportation infrastructure necessary to support its continuing growth. All areas of our County are faced with the expansion of Fort Meade required under the BRAC program and it will be the next County Council that will be tasked with responding to the challenges that these changes place on our schools, roads, businesses and housing.

I look forward to working with each of you as we continue to navigate the course that our great Country, State, and County have in front of us. Please take the time to learn more about me and my positions on the issues we face through this website. Register to receive future information from me, consider being a volunteer on my campaign, and please make a financial contribution to help me effectively voice my conservative businessman’s call for responsible government by the people and for the people.

Learn more at :  http://jerrywalker.org/

Former Delegate and Conty Concil Candidate and Ehrlich appointee Phil Bissett is a familiar face in the race.  This is what he says:
Phil Bissett has the experience and dedication to represent Council District 7 in Anne Arundel County. With more than 20 years in public service, Phil served on the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee in 1990 and went on to serve as a member of the Maryland House of Delegates (1991-1999), representing District 30. A proven leader, Phil was elected chairman of the Anne Arundel County delegation, the first Republican and youngest member to serve in that capacity.

As a delegate, Phil worked to hold the line on taxes. He was named the 1994 Legislator of the Year by the State’s Attorneys’ Association for his work protecting the rights of victims of violent crimes and supporting law enforcement. The Maryland Chamber of Commerce named him Legislator of the Year in 1997 for working to curb lawsuit abuse. And, in 1994-95, Mothers Against Drunk Driving honored him for his sponsorship of and dedication to Annie’s Law, which set a new standard for timely and compulsory blood-alcohol testing and toughened drunk driving laws. He also ensured that much-needed funds reached his District when push came to shove at budget time. He has been tireless in his efforts to better our community, serving on numerous boards and commissions, finding solutions and advocating change for the better.


Tricia L. Johnson is the incumbent and was appointed to the County Council in July 2009 to fill the vacancy left by Councilman Edward Reilly.

Tricia was born and raised in Illinois, but moved to Maryland after her college graduation. She has been a resident of Anne Arundel County for 19 years. She has been a community volunteer in both Prince George’s and Anne Arundel counties, as a member and officer of parent-teacher organizations, athletic associations, school booster clubs, charitable institutions, pre-school programs, community and neighborhood associations, and the Mother of Twins Club. Tricia served as a PTA board member for 12 years and President of the Davidsonville Elementary PTA from 1996-2002.

Tricia’s five children have all attended Anne Arundel County public schools and are graduates of South River High School.

Ms. Johnson is the Director of Marketing and Events for Lake Presidential Golf Club in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. She served on the Anne Arundel County Board of Education for six years, serving two years as School Board President, one as Vice President and two as Chairman of the Policy Committee.
I could not easily find her web-site. Check out your SEO  please!!!!

David Lee Norkus is also running but I cannot find his web-site either. Wake up!!! Hullo!!  I found it with the candidate's help....did not search well.... http://www.davenorkus.com/

Torrey Jacobsen is the lone Democrat. I can't find his web-site online but you can do a search to learn more. Note to Jacobsen--hello out there!!!!!

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1 Comment:

Karin said...

Thanks for putting this together. It's nice to have all of the links in one spot.

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