The Baltimore Post received the following press release. The Post will continue its practice of publishing press releases submitted by local candidates and incumbents vying for various offices in the midterm elections. We welcome their points of view.
Before you read the release text, it is incumbent (adjective) upon us show you the incumbent (noun) that Mr. Nawrocki is running against:
To refresh the memory of some voters, Miss Bevins won by a slim margin only after her former boss, then County Executive Jim Smith, provided an infusion of cash into her campaign coffers.
In fairness, if Councilwoman Bevins wants equal time, all she needs to do is contact The Baltimore Post. We will be more than happy to print her rebuttal.
The press release below is published as written.
Small business owner and former Hogan and Ehrlich Administration official continues to gain momentum in council race
January 15, 2017
For Immediate Release:
Middle River, MD – Governor Bob Ehrlich delivered a significant endorsement of Ryan Nawrocki for Baltimore County Council, to a crowd of over 100 gathered at the Commodore Hall in Essex. Watch the endorsement video here.
Ehrlich, Maryland’s 60th Governor , said, “I’m supporting Ryan Nawrocki for Baltimore County Council and I’m doing it proudly. He’s a devoted family man and a solid conservative. Please vote for him.”
Nawrocki, who was also recently endorsed by Congressman Andy Harris, is running for County Council because eastern Baltimore County residents deserve a real voice and a different direction. He will bring real solutions to the violent crime epidemic in our community, work to fix our broken schools and deliver a real voice to the hard-working men and women of eastern Baltimore County.
Governor Ehrlich added, “Not only will Ryan be a conservative voice on the Baltimore County Council, he’ll give us a GOP majority on that important body.”
Nawrocki is a former official in the Administrations’ of Gov. Larry Hogan and Gov. Bob Ehrlich. Now a small business owner, he and his wife Lauren live in Middle River with their daughter Emily and sons Matthew, Luke, and Jacob. Nawrocki recently completed his master’s degree in public management at Johns Hopkins University.