Homebuilders favor Ecker and HartmanThe Howard County Home...


August 19, 1994

Homebuilders favor Ecker and Hartman

The Howard County Home Builders Political Affairs Committee has endorsed candidates who its members believe are favorable to their industry.

In some races, they endorsed candidates for the primary and will reconsider the race before the general election.

For county executive: Republican Charles Ecker and Democrat Sue Ellen Hartman are endorsed.

In County Council races, District 1, Darrel Drown, R; in District 2, Vernon Gray, D, and Evelyn Tanner, R; District 3, Dennis Schrader, R; District 4, Mary Lorsung, D; and in District 5, Charles Feaga, R, won endorsements.

Candidates for the school board endorsed are Jamie Kendrick, Robert Minehart, Stephen Bounds and Delroy Cornick.

the District 12 state Senate race, Edward Kasemeyer, D, and David Maier, R, are the choices.

House of Delegates endorsements in District 12A go to Democratic incumbents Kenneth Masters and Louis Morseberger.

In the District 12B House of Delegates race, Democrat Rosemary Mortimer is endorsed.

In the District 13A House of Delegates race, Kenneth Miller, R, won the endorsement.

In the District 14 state Senate race, Sen. Christopher McCabe, R, was selected.

Del. Robert Flanagan and Del. Robert Kittleman, both Republicans, were endorsed for the House of Delegates race in District 14B.

Yeager gets support of environmentalists

Both the Sierra Club and the Maryland League of Conservation Voters have endorsed Tom Yeager in his bid for re-election to the Maryland Senate from District 13.

In its endorsement, the Maryland League cited Mr. Yeager's commitment to environmental issues and his environmental voting record in the Senate.

The Sierra Club expressed its appreciation for Mr. Yeager's support during his 12 years in the Senate.

Levy receives endorsement

Andy Levy, Democratic candidate for one of two House of Delegates seats in District 14B, Howard/Montgomery counties, announced he has been endorsed by the Maryland League of Conservation Voters.

The endorsement is for both the primary and general elections in District 14B.

Dhillon to hold public reception

The public can meet Neil Dhillon, candidate for Congress from the 6th Congressional District, at a reception from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 31 at Uncle Y.Y.'s Restaurant on Route 40 at Rogers Avenue in Ellicott City.

The cost is $20 per person; R.S.V.P. to Wendy Fiedler at 992-8952 or Bill Woodcock at 796-7216.

Democratic Women tol hold pool party

The Maryland Federation of Democratic Women, Howard County Chapter, will have a pool party at 6 p.m. Aug. 24 at 5374 Flight Feather in Columbia.

:. The cost is $10 per person. Call 381-8229.

'Ron Franks' signs available at library

Anyone wishing to receive a "Ron Franks for U.S. Senate" yard sign can pick one up at the county's Miller Branch Library on Frederick Road from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Call Fred Klonin at 730-8691 or campaign headquarters at 1-800-3-FRANKS.

AARP to hold candidate forum

The American Association of Retired Persons Howard County will meet at 1 p.m. Sept. 8 at Florence Bain Senior Center. The meeting will feature candidates running for the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives.

Each candidate will be allowed to state his or her views for one minute on the national health care plan.

The audience will be allowed to ask questions of the candidates.

!Information: 997-9577.

Fall Flapjack Fest by state Sen. McCabe

Enjoy Sunday brunch with family and friends at state Sen. Christopher J. McCabe's fourth annual Fall Flapjack Fest from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 25 at the Howard County School of Technology, 10920 Route 108 in Ellicott City.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $3 for children ages 5 to 14. Children under 5 eat for free. Information: 531-2870.

Democratic Club to hold meeting

The Ellicott City Democratic Club will hold its primary endorsement meeting at 7 p.m. Aug. 29 at the Miller branch of the Howard County Library, 9421 Frederick Road.


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