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Greg Malveaux launches website for Board of Education campaign in Carroll County


Back on June 2nd the Carroll County Observer upgraded Greg Malveaux from a possible candidate for Board of Education (BOE) to a “Likely” candidate in 2024 after he established his campaign finance entity (Friends of Greg Malveaux).

The Observer recently learned that Greg Malveaux now has launched a website for his campaign for BOE: https://www.gregmalveaux.org/ (see screenshot of the home page above)

Today (August 3rd) The Observer will be upgrading the designation from “Likely” candidate to “Declared” candidate for Carroll County Board of Education in The Observer “2024 Carroll County Board of Education Candidate Tracker“. This decision is based on the launch of the website and the information noted on the website “Campaign Announcement Event” that states:

“Greg Malveaux is running for the Carroll County Board of Education!”

Gordana Schifanelli (Former Lt.Governor Candidate for Maryland) mentioned Greg in a recent post on Twitter:

As of the morning of August 3rd Greg has not “officially” filed to run for this race in 2024. No candidate has filed as of this morning. Here is the official list of candidates in 2024 from the State Board of Elections website:   https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2024/Primary_candidates/gen_cand_lists_2024_3_by_county_6.html

Two other candidates are currently listed as “Likely” candidates for Board of Education in Carroll County in 2024:

  • Amanda Jozkowski
  • Kristen Zihmer

I would expect more candidates to announce and file later this fall or winter. The filing deadline is Friday, February 9, 2024. (See this information here: https://elections.carrollcountymd.gov/candidateFiling.aspx)

As a reminder…two seats on the Carroll County Board of Education will be open in 2024 (Donna M. Sivigny and Marsha B. Herbert are both term limited and can not run again for Board of Education this election cycle).

Note: Have names you think should be added to the watch list – email: news@carrollcountyobserver.com and let us know the name(s) and why you think they should be added.

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