BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND

ELECTION RETURNS

GENERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 6, 2018


COUNTY EXECUTIVE

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
John A. (Johnny O) Olszewski, Jr.* 186,783

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Alfred W. Redmer, Jr. 135,792

UNAFFILIATED
Tony Solesky (write-in) 75



COUNTY COUNCIL

DISTRICT 1

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Thomas E. Quirk* 28,538

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Albert L. Nalley 13,346

DISTRICT 2

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Israel C. (Izzy) Patoka* 34,565

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Michael Lee 13,542

DISTRICT 3

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Colleen Marie Ebacher 23,533

REPUBLICAN PARTY
A. Wade Kach* 31,775

DISTRICT 4

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Julian E. Jones, Jr.* 42,396

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidate filed)

DISTRICT 5

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Alex Foley 20,391

REPUBLICAN PARTY
David S. Marks* 28,635

DISTRICT 6

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Cathy Bevins* 23,031

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Ryan Nawrocki 19,437

DISTRICT 7

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Brian Weir 13,047

LIBERTARIAN PARTY
Doug Stanley 938

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Todd K. Crandell* 19,035
Timothy P. Fazenbaker (write-in) 336
Dave Rader (write-in) 75


BOARD OF EDUCATION
DISTRICT 1

Matt Gresick 13,407
Lisa A. Mack* 20,084

DISTRICT 2

Anthony Miles Glasser 11,784
Cheryl E. Pasteur* 23,598

DISTRICT 3

Kathleen S. Causey* 32,107
Paul V. Konka 10,265

DISTRICT 4

Makeda Scott* 21,654
Kathleen White 18,015

DISTRICT 5

Julie C. Henn* 33,228

DISTRICT 6

Edward Kitlowski 12,529
Lily Rowe* 19,558

DISTRICT 7

William Feuer 11,040
Rod McMillion* 13,792



STATE'S ATTORNEY

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Scott D. Shellenberger* 239,474

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidate filed)



CIRCUIT COURT CLERK

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Julie L. Ensor* 199,467

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Deb Hill 107,146



SHERIFF

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
R. Jay Fisher* 187,730

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Carl H. Magee, Jr. 116,172



ORPHANS' COURT JUDGES
(vote for 3)

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
William R. Evans* 186,200
Juliet G. Fisher* 211,150
Arthur M. Frank* 177,898

REPUBLICAN PARTY
(no candidate filed)



REGISTER OF WILLS

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Grace G. Connolly* 192,686

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Jane Roger 110,873



CHARTER AMENDMENTS

Question A:
TECHNICAL CHANGES
(County Council Bill 13-18)

40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter are amended or repealed to make technical changes including: correcting cross references to the State Code; updating the names of departments and offices in the administrative services, providing gender-neutral language, transferring certain provisions within the Charter, repealing obsolete language, repealing references to an agency that no longer exists, and adding provisions to update duties of departments and offices in the administrative services.

For* Against
216,925 66,207
% of Total 76.6% 23.4%



Question B:
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
(County Council Bill 14-18)

Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of the Baltimore County Charter are amended to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Attorney to keep the journal of the County Council, repeal a provision about the removal of the Director of Planning, repeal obsolete provisions requiring the County Executive to be a member of two boards, repeal an obsolete reference to the County Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire Chief.

For* Against
204,424 70,091
% of Total 74.5% 25.5%


Question C:
LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE
(County Council Bill 15-18)

Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in certain cases and increase from 40 days to 65 days the number of days a bill may be considered before its automatic expiration after introduction in the County Council.

For* Against
209,096 70,823
% of Total 74.7% 25.3%


Question D:
EXECUTIVE BRANCH
(County Council Bill 32-16)

Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore County Charter are amended to: correct obsolete Charter references, provide gender-neutral language, alter the name of a department to reflect the current name, clarify the requirement for the County Executive to appoint or reappoint the heads of departments and offices at the beginning of each term for approval by the County Council, repeal an obsolete requirement that the County Executive serves on the Board of Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the County Executive preparing regulations, repeal an obsolete provision about the County Administrative Officer appointing department and offices heads, and clarify the authority of the County Executive to remove department and office heads.

For* Against
206,229 74,527
% of Total 73.5% 26.5%


Question E:
EXEMPT SERVICE EMPLOYEES
(County Council Bill 17-18)

Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter is amended to provide that officers and employees in the exempt service shall have their compensation determined according to a system adopted or amended by the County Council on the recommendation of the County Executive.

For* Against
192,150 80,170
% of Total 70.6% 29.4%


Question F:
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES - DEPARTMENTS
(County Council Bill 19-18)

Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of the Baltimore County Charter are amended to modify the functions of the Department of Public Works to provide that it shall be responsible for mobility and for traffic safety and engineering using a variety of transportation options including highways, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and transit where appropriate.

For* Against
244,774 40,364
% of Total 85.8% 14.2%



REFERENDA - COUNTY ORDINANCES - BOND ISSUES

Question G:
SCHOOL BORROWING
(County Council Bill 37-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $335,517,000 for public school projects, including but not limited to acquisition, construction, reconstruction, improvement, extension, repair, maintenance, conversion, and modernization of public school buildings and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
238,073 62,791
% of Total 79.1% 20.9%


Question H:
AGRICULTURAL & RURAL LAND PRESERVATION BORROWING
(County Council Bill 38-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land preservation projects, including but not limited to the purchase of land, development rights and conservation easements, to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
212,346 80,894
% of Total 72.4% 27.6%


Question I:
WATERWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BORROWING
(County Council Bill 39-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, reconstruction, extension, repair and modernization of waterway improvement and stormwater-related projects, including but not limited to shoreline stabilization, shore erosion control, wetland restoration and streambank and riverbank restoration, to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
245,691 52,120
% of Total 82.5% 17.5%%


Question J:
PARKS, PRESERVATION & GREENWAYS BORROWING
(County Council Bill 40-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $4,000,000 for parks, preservation and greenways projects, including but not limited to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and recreational facilities and the construction, improvement, repair and maintenance of playgrounds, parks and community centers, to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
239,171 56,912
% of Total 80.8% 19.2%


Question K:
PUBLIC WORKS BORROWING
(County Council Bill 41-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $68,384,000 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
241,777 51,697
% of Total 82.4% 17.6%


Question L:
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT BORROWING
(County Council Bill 42-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $1,000,000 for community improvement projects, including but not limited to construction, renovation, extension, alteration, repair or modernization of street curbs, gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and sidewalk and pedestrian system improvements to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
238,103 56,806
% of Total 80.7% 19.3%


Question M:
OPERATIONAL BUILDINGS BORROWING
(County Council Bill 43-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $47,000,000 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
222,389 69,340
% of Total 76.2% 23.8%


Question N:
REFUSE DISPOSAL BORROWING
(County Council Bill 44-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects, including but not limited to the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition, repair, and modernization of county refuse disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
218,388 71,645
% of Total 75.3% 24.7%


Question O:
COMMUNITY COLLEGE BORROWING
(County Council Bill 45-18)

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow $15,000,000 for community college projects, including but not limited to the construction, improvement, maintenance, and modernization of buildings and other improvements for the community colleges, to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For* Against
212,761 82,585
% of Total 72% 28%


* = winner

Source: Baltimore County Board of Elections

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