BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND

ELECTION RETURNS

GENERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 4, 2014


COUNTY EXECUTIVE

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Kevin B. Kamenetz* 143,904
Kevin Francis Marron (write-in) 52

REPUBLICAN PARTY
George H. Harman 111,853

UNAFFILIATED
Tony Solesky (write-in) 213


COUNTY COUNCIL

DISTRICT 1

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Thomas E. Quirk* 20,294

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Albert Nalley 13,060

DISTRICT 2

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Vicki L. Almond* 25,683

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Rudy Mitchell Stoler 12,461

DISTRICT 3

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Laurie Taylor-Mitchell 14,328

REPUBLICAN PARTY
A. Wade Kach* 31,056

DISTRICT 4

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Julian E. Jones, Jr.* 31,354

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidate filed)

DISTRICT 5

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
(no candidate filed)

REPUBLICAN PARTY
David S. Marks* 31,865

DISTRICT 6

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Cathy Bevins* 19,080

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Jason L. Samios-Uy 14,307

DISTRICT 7

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Joseph A. DiCara 11,281

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Todd K. Crandell* 18,251


STATE'S ATTORNEY

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Scott D. Shellenberger* 191,535

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidate filed)


CIRCUIT COURT CLERK

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Julie L. Ensor* 145,362

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Eugene Craig III 97,652


SHERIFF

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
R. Jay Fisher* 183,769
Al Roberts (write-in) 469

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidate filed)


ORPHANS' COURT JUDGES
(vote for 3)

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
William R. Evans* 130,720
Juliet G. Fisher* 145,966
Arthur M. Frank* 125,196

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Peter V. Gargano 117,992


REGISTER OF WILLS

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Grace G. Connolly* 191,624

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidate filed)


COUNTY ORDINANCES

Question A:
TIME FOR SUBMISSION OF COUNTY BUDGET
(Bill 31-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $157,899,000 for public school buildings, buildings for school purposes, buildings to support operations, and public school operations and projects to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 175,288 70,955


Question B:
PARKS, PRESERVATION & GREENWAYS BORROWING
(Bill 30-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $4,000,000 for parks, preservation and greenways projects to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 169,939 75,208


Question C:
PUBLIC WORKS BORROWING
(Bill 28-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $46,370,000 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 pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 178,071 65,261


Question D:
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT BORROWING
(Bill 33-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $10,000,000 for community improvement projects to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 137,523 101,786


Question E:
OPERATIONAL BUILDINGS BORROWING
(Bill 29-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $28,500,000 for public operational buildings including, but not limited to, general, health, police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center and detention buildings or facilities and necessary or desirable equipment, to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 165,560 75,368


Question F:
REFUSE DISPOSAL BORROWING
(Bill 26-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $11,930,000 for refuse disposal projects to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 155,534 83,324


Question G:
COMMUNITY COLLEGE BORROWING
(Bill 27-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $15,000,000 for community college projects to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 145,514 94,003


Question H:
AGRICULTURAL & RURAL LAND PRESERVATION BORROWING
(Bill 32-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land preservation projects to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 161,017 78,536


Question I:
WATERWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BORROWING
(Bill 34-14)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $2,000,000 for waterway improvement projects to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
Total 168,322 70,902



REFERENDA BY PETITION

Question J:
ZONING REGULATIONS - MANUFACTURING, HEAVY (M.H.) ZONE REGULATIONS - ADAPTIVE REUSE OF HISTORIC BUILDINGS
(Bill 76-12)

Bill 76-12 provides that a tract of land located in a Manufacturing, Heavy (M.H.) Zone that is at least 40 acres in size and includes an existing building identified as an historic property may be developed and used in accordance with the use, height, and area regulations for the B.M. Zone or the special regulations for C.T. Districts as long as the development proposal includes the retention of at least a portion of the existing historic building.

For* Against
Total 117,604 114,511

* = winner

Source: Baltimore County Board of Elections

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