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Photos and videos from Carroll County BOE candidate Kristen Zihmer event that featured former Governor Bob Ehrlich

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On February 22nd Kristen Zihmer (candidate for Board of Education in Carroll County) held an event (Beat The Winter Blues An Evening Of Dinner And Drinks With Bob Ehrlich)

This event was attended by more than 100 people (I did not see an official head count…but it was a lot of people in the room at Winfield Fire Hall).

There were a number of elected officials at this event. Four current Carroll County Board of Education members, three current Carroll County Commissioners and a lot of other elected officials were all at the event in support of Kristen Zihmer that evening.

Obviously the big draw for this event was former Governor on Maryland Bob Ehrlich. He spoke about why he supported Kristen (and Greg) in this race and why he was at a candidate event for a local Board of Education race (see part 1 of the video featuring him below).

You can view all of the posted photos taken by The Observer that evening on social media:

Here are the videos of various speakers at the event on the 22nd:

Carroll County Board of Education candidate Kristen Zihmer speech at a campaign event on Feb 22nd

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nigTwSz2gfE

Opening remarks from former Delegate Krebs at the campaign event for Kristen Zihmer on February 22nd

Former Governor of Maryland Bob Ehrlich at event for BOE candidate Kristen Zihmer – Pt 1

Former Governor of Maryland Bob Ehrlich at event for BOE candidate Kristen Zihmer – Pt 2

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To learn more about the candidates running in 2024 be sure to check out this Carroll County Board of Education Candidate Tracker:


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