Bongino certainly seems to have a hard time making up his mind since losing in the last election. He seems to frequently change statements about seeking, and then not seeking various positions in government and within the MDGOP.
I wonder if he was asked to step down to help pave the way for Kendel? There are a lot of at~will appointments a caretaker county executive could make. Perhaps Bongino would get one for stepping aside ~ should Kendel be selected.
Wonder what Joe Steffen has to say about this...
He basically referred to her as a "political zombie" who was "seeking relevancy"!
I wonder what "Uncle Fester" will have to say about it on his "Cecil Calvert" blog thingy, or if he'll ignore it since he seems to have relocated to West Virginia.
BTW...I know many of the Calvert Clan and they are not too happy about what their founding state has become. But, that is also a large percentage of Marylanders from all places except Baltimore City, PG and Moco.
Laura Neuman was selected. Kendel did not make the final four.
If her past is any indication, Ms. Neuman is an excellent choice and will bring a lot to that county.
Nobody. Yet. But you are.For that matter, who said I am a Democrat?
I did. Typical garbage from a bitter hack, I can see why you liked it.Read the piece. It refers to Marianne Pelura's assessment of Kendel's candidacy. Ms. Pelura is certainly not a Democrat.
But as you predicted the GOP Councilman split their votes:
http://m.capitalgazette.com/news/gov...dd74fa3db.htmlCouncilman John Grasso, R-Glen Burnie, voted for Hammond, while Councilmen Dick Ladd, R-Severna Park, and Derek Fink, R-Pasadena, voted for Schuh.
Initially, both Trumbauer and Benoit voted for David Cordle, former Annapolis alderman and special investigator in the Anne Arundel State's Attorney's office. Benoit switched his vote during the second round, and Trumbauer during the third.
Here is a profile of her from a few years ago
To say that Laura Neuman is an exceptional individual and a leader that has already produced exceptional results in the private and public sector based on her own efforts and leadership and entrenpreneurial instincts is an understatement. She is exactly what the MDGOP needs. Her choice seems to be as wise as it is a wonderful surprise.
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