Op-Ed: Pat McDonough, Republican County Executive Candidate
Posted by Buzz Beeler on 6th May 2018
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Pat McDonough is running for county executive in the republican primary. (Photo credit/Facebook)

 

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Below is an editorial piece submitted by Pat McDonough, who is currently running as a Republican for the position of Baltimore County Executive.

The piece is published as written.


By Pat McDonough

All of the other candidates for Baltimore County Executive including Al Redmer said they would try and work with Verletta White as the permanent superintendent. Delegate Pat McDonough was the only candidate who said he refused to work with White because of her ethics problems, close association to Dallas Dance, and support of common core and the STAT program. It appears McDonough and his courage to stand up to the business as usual attitude of other politicians has prevailed once again! The State Superintendent of Education has refused to validate Verletta White as Baltimore County Superintendent. Pat McDonough as County Executive may not need to work with a clone of Dallas Dance. Delegate McDonough proclaimed loudly that the newly elected school board should choose the next school Superintendent in November or December, after a professional search. It looks like McDonough was right again! Standing alone, working for the people, as he did when he convicted Dallas Dance of an ethics charge three years ago that led to his eventual prosecution and incarceration.

All of the other candidates for Baltimore County Executive including Al Redmer said they would try and work with Verletta White as the permanent  superintendent. Delegate Pat McDonough was the only candidate who said he refused to work with White because of her ethics problems, close association to Dallas Dance, and support of common core and the STAT program.

It appears McDonough and his courage to stand up to the business as usual attitude of other politicians has prevailed once again! The State Superintendent of Education has refused to validate Verletta White as Baltimore County Superintendent. Pat McDonough as County Executive may not need to work with a clone of Dallas Dance. Delegate McDonough proclaimed loudly that the newly elected school board should choose the next school Superintendent in November or December, after a professional search.

It looks like McDonough was right again! Standing alone, working for the people, as he did when he convicted Dallas Dance of an ethics charge three years ago that led to his eventual prosecution and incarceration.


Pat McDonagh is currently running for Baltimore County Executive as a Republican

Website: patmcdonough.com

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