BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND

ELECTION RETURNS

GENERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 2, 2010


COUNTY EXECUTIVE

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Kevin B. Kamenetz* 148,659

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Kenneth C. Holt 127,882


COUNTY COUNCIL

DISTRICT 1

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Thomas E. Quirk* 19,551

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Steve Whisler 15,574

DISTRICT 2

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Vicki L. Almond* 25,513

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Jon M. Herbst 17,341

DISTRICT 3

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Benjamin Sutley 17,521

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Todd Huff* 31,727

DISTRICT 4

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Kenneth N. Oliver* 30,876

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidate filed)

DISTRICT 5

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Michael Ertel 19,782

REPUBLICAN PARTY
David S. Marks* 22,252

DISTRICT 6

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Cathy Bevins* 18,002

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Ryan Nawrocki 17,499

DISTRICT 7

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
John A. (Johnny O) Olszewski, Sr.* 21,449

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidates filed)


STATE'S ATTORNEY

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Scott D. Shellenberger* 154,488

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Stephen E. Bailey 116,178


CIRCUIT COURT CLERK

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Julie L. Ensor* 155,662

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Richard J. Reinhardt II 111,545


SHERIFF

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
R. Jay Fisher* 149,262

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Raymond C. Boccelli 113,365


ORPHANS' COURT JUDGES
(vote for 3)

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Colleen A. Cavanaugh* 147,552
William R. (Bill) Evans* 127,719
Theresa A. Lawler* 134,436

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Frederick Fleischmann 102,293
Jane Roger 107,548
Ivan J. Shutinya 89,604


REGISTER OF WILLS

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Grace G. Connolly* 153,589

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Lindsey Ann Thomas 110,390


CHARTER AMENDMENT

Question A:
BINDING ARBITRATION FOR MERIT SYSTEM EMPLOYEES

Section 801 of the Charter of Baltimore County is amended to provide: "The county council is further authorized to provide by law a system of binding arbitration by a neutral arbitrator to resolve disputes concerning wages, hours and other terms and conditions of employment arising out of the negotiation of a collective bargaining agreement with the certified exclusive representatives of the remaining represented Baltimore County Merit System Employees." Any law so enacted shall prohibit strikes or work stoppages by Baltimore County Merit System Employees.

For* Against
171,773 76,998
% of Total % %


COUNTY ORDINANCES

Question B:
SCHOOL BORROWING
(Bill 38-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $104,528,000 for school projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 2011 pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
185,401 79,329
% of Total % %


Question C:
PARKS, PRESERVATION & GREENWAYS BORROWING
(Bill 35-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $5,000,000 for parks, preservation and greenways projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 2011 pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
173,279 88,947
% of Total % %


Question D:
PUBLIC WORKS BORROWING
(Bill 36-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $68,112,500 for public works purposes, for the class of projects which includes, among other things, streets and highways, bridges and storm drainage systems, to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 2011 pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
188,498 73,436
% of Total % %


Question E:
COUNTY & ECONOMIC IMPROVEMENT BORROWING
(Bill 33-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $17,000,000 for community and economic development projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 2011 pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
144,920 111,345
% of Total % %


Question F:
OPERATIONAL BUILDINGS BORROWING
(Bill 34-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $37,787,410 for public operational buildings including, but not limited to, general, health, police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center and detention buildings or facilities and necessary desirable equipment, to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
167,769 89,046
% of Total % %


Question G:
REFUSE DISPOSAL BORROWING
(Bill 37-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $6,114,000 for refuse disposal projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 2011 pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
168,041 88,272
% of Total % %


Question H:
COMMUNITY COLLEGE BORROWING
(Bill 32-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $32,693,570 for community college projects to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
160,166 98,860
% of Total % %


Question I:
AGRICULTURAL & RURAL LAND PRESERVATION BORROWING
(Bill 31-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $5,000,000 for agricultural and rural land preservation projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 2011 pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
163,851 93,325
% of Total % %


Question J:
WATERWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BORROWING
(Bill 39-10)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $8,664,000 for waterway improvement projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 2011 pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
180,017 78,943
% of Total % %

* = winner

Source: Baltimore County Board of Elections

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