Senate Candidate Files

'92 Vote

December 08, 1991

PERRY HALL — William H. Krehnbrink, a 44-year-old diesel truck mechanic from Baltimore County, has filed for the U.S. Senate seat now occupied by Sen. Barbara Mikulski, a Democrat.

The Republican said he has entered the race because "we have allowed some terrible things to occur, and changes need to be made."

Some areas Krehnbrink wants to focus on are education as a means of fighting poverty and the possible elimination of the Department of Probation and Parole.

"We find criminals, try and convict them and put them in jail, only to release them on parole so that they can commit new crimes while being 'supervised,' " he said.

Krehnbrink said he plans a financially modest campaign.

"I am going to have to use my brain rather than my checkbook," he said.

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