Noted in the latest Ready Report (from Maryland State Senator Justin Ready – District 5):
Endorsement Alert – House of Delegates – District 5:
In District 5, there will be several candidates for House of Delegates. Delegate April Rose is running for re-election and she has my strong support. As part of the District 5 team, April and I have partnered together on everything from reducing taxes to fighting for parents’ rights in education to reopening our schools and economy. You can learn more about April and see how to help her campaign by clicking here.
April and I are also supporting Chris Tomlinson for State Delegate. Chris Tomlinson is an energetic conservative who is a proven community leader with experience in both the private sector and state government. He is running to stand up for our Constitutional rights, oppose government overreach, support law enforcement, and protect Carroll’s agricultural heritage. Of note – Chris has spent the last several years working to advance the conservative movement in Maryland, serving in positions with the county and state GOP and coordinating local campaign efforts to elect President Trump on down to conservative Board of Education members. You can learn more about Chris and how to help his campaign by clicking here.
View the full Ready Report here: https://www.justinready.com/ready_report_redistricting_reminder_endorsement_alert_upcoming_events
Chris Tomlinson is one of eight candidates running for Delegate in District 5 in 2022. Here is a complete list of candidates in District 5:
- Christopher Eric Bouchat
- Dennis E. Frazier
- Scott Jendrek
- April Rose (running for reelection in 2022)
- Sallie B. Taylor
- Chris Tomlinson
- Stephen A. Wantz
- Scott Willens
As a reminder: Current Delegates Haven Shoemaker and Susan Krebs are not seeking reelection in 2022.
District 5 has a slightly new look to it in 2022 due to the redistricting process. Here is a look at the new District 5 map:
You can view an interactive version of the map here (enter your address and the GIS system will tell you what district you are in): CLICK HERE
The Carroll County Observer is working on a Voter’s Guide for District 5 with information about candidates: websites, social media channels, email addresses and candidate bio’s. The Voter’s Guide for District 5 is expected to be online before June 1st.
You can get some of that information on the State Board of Election site here: https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2022/primary_candidates/gen_cand_lists_2022_7_10.html
You can see all current Carroll County Voter Guides here: http://carrollcountyobserver.com/2022-carroll-county-maryland-voter-guides/