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2023 Election Information for Municipalities in Carroll County

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Here is information on the various municipality elections around Carroll County in 2023

Carroll County has eight municipalities: Hampstead, Manchester, Mount Airy, New Windsor, Sykesville, Taneytown, Union Bridge, and Westminster.

Additional information for all local municipalities in the county will be added/updated to the page as information is obtained or released from each municipality.

Beginning May 1, 2023 the information on this page will be switched from information about the upcoming election to showing the results of each municipality election


Hampstead:

https://hampsteadmd.gov/

Two members of the Town Council and the Mayor will be elected in 2023

Election Results: (* = winner of the election)

Here are the candidates and votes received in the 2023 election:

Candidates for Mayor –

  • Chris Nevin: 75 votes*
  • Write-in: 3 votes

Candidates for Council –

  • Deborah Painter: 76 votes*
  • David Unglesbee: 79 votes*

Manchester:

https://manchestermd.gov/

Two members of the Town Council and the Mayor will be elected in 2023

Election Results: (* = winner of the election)

Here are the candidates and votes received in the 2023 election:

Candidates for Mayor –

  • Melinda D. Smith – 180 votes*
  • Ryan M. Warner – 133 votes

Candidate for Town Council – 

  • Jennifer L. Miller – 179 votes*
  • Ryan H. Nazelrod – 207 votes*
  • Vincent C. Pacelli – 156 votes
  • Bob Graham (write-in) – 2 votes

Mount Airy:

https://www.mountairymd.gov/

Three members of the Town Council will be elected in 2023

Election Results: (* = winner of the election)

Here are the candidates and votes received in the 2023 election:

Jason Evans – 664 votes*
Clayton Gilbert – 152 votes
Stephen “Pops” Kraft – 207 votes
Karl Munder – 524 votes*
Tim Washabaugh – 764 votes*
There were also 37 write-in votes


New Windsor:

https://newwindsormd.gov/

There are three Council seats available for this election

Election Results: (* = winner of the election)

Here are the candidates and votes received in the 2023 election:

  • Thomas Gubernatis: 124 votes*
  • David Hoffman: 253 votes*
  • Kimberlee Schultz: 250 votes*
  • Betty Windsor: 117 votes
  • Frank Windsor Jr.: 97 votes

Sykesville:

https://www.townofsykesville.org/

There are three Council Member positions up for election this year.

Election Results: (* = winner of the election)

Here are the candidates and votes received in the 2023 election:

  • Anna Carter – 86 votes*
  • Mark Dyer – 78 votes*
  • Jeremiah Schofield – 79 votes*

Taneytown:

https://www.taneytownmd.gov/

The election is for Mayor and 2 full-term (4-years) Councilmember seats.

Election Results: (* = winner of the election)

Here are the candidates and votes received in the 2023 election:

Taneytown Mayoral Candidates 

  • Christopher Miller: 426 votes*
  • Bradley J. Wantz: 188 votes
  • Daniel Haines: 178 votes

Taneytown City Council Candidates 

  • Christopher Tillman: 644 votes*
  • James (Jim) McCarron: 602 votes*

Union Bridge:

https://www.townofub.org/

Two members of the Town Council and the Mayor will be elected in 2023

Election Results: (* = winner of the election)

(Vote totals still unknown as of May 10th but winners noted below – source: Carroll County Times)

Mayor:

  • Perry L. Jones Jr.*

Town Council

  • Lou ELLEN Cutsail*
  • Bret Grossnickle*
  • Edgar Wentz

Source of winners: Carroll County Times Article


Westminster:

https://www.westminstermd.gov/

Three members of the Town Council will be elected in 2023

Election Results: (* = winner of the election)

Here are the candidates and votes received in the 2023 election:

  • Ann Marie Gilbert: 625 votes*
  • Kevin Earl Dayhoff: 647 votes*
  • Louis Gregory Pecoraro: 570 votes*
  • Scott Willens: 390 votes
  • Write-In: 4 votes

 

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