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Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees and other local elected officials are backing the BMW slate for Board of Education in 2022

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At an event on September 28th (Whisler for Board of Education Breakfast Fundraiser at Baugher’s Restaurant) Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees spoke in support of the BWM slate of candidates (Tara Battaglia, James Miller, and Steve Whisler). Jim DeWees (according to some local folks) is arguably the most popular elected official in Carroll County at the moment…so support from this elected official COULD go a long way for those candidates in the upcoming election cycle.

Other elected officials and candidates that attended the event in support of Steve Whisler and the BMW slate included:

  • Maryland State Senator (District 5) Justin Ready
  • Maryland State Delegate (District 5) Susan Krebs
  • Clerk of Circuit Court for Carroll County Heather DeWees
  • Carroll County Board of Education member (and candidate in 2022) Tara Battaglia
  • Carroll County Republican Central Committee member Rich Collins
  • Candidate for Maryland State Delegate (District 5) Chris Tomlinson

To view the full photo set from the event click on the link below:

There is an upcoming Carroll County Board of Education candidate forum on October 27th:

Public Invited to Attend Carroll County Board of Education Candidates Forum on October 27th

To learn more about all of the candidates be sure to check out this Voters Guide from The Observer:

2022 Carroll County Voter’s Guide – Board of Education

As a reminder…early voting for the 2022 Primary in Maryland begins on October 27th:

Carroll County Countdown Clock to Early Voting in the 2022 General Election

 

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