Baltimore County Election 1994

November 10, 1994

180 of 180 precincts - 100 %

* - denotes incumbent

COUNTY EXECUTIVE

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger, D.. 119,555 .. 54%

Roger B. Hayden, R* .......... 101,598 .. 46%

STATE'S ATTORNEY

Sandra A. O'Connor, R* ...... unopposed

SHERIFF

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

N. M. Pepersack Jr., R* ..... 97,397 .... 56%

Charles W. Norris, D ........ 75,476 .... 44%

CIRCUIT COURT CLERK

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

Suzanne Mensh, D* ........... 87,557 .... 53%

Joyce Grimm, R .............. 77,264 .... 47%

ORPHANS' COURT

(3 to be elected)

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

Grace G. Connolly, D* ....... 80,604 .... 18%

S. L. O'Connell-Hughes, R* .. 80,177 .... 18%

Julie L. Ensor, D ........... 77,030 .... 17%

Victoria C. Chambers, R ..... 73,031 .... 16%

Catharine A. Davis, D ....... 68,843 .... 15%

Edward Fowler, R ............ 65,715 .... 15%

REGISTER OF WILLS

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

Peter J. Basilone, D* ....... 80,584 .... 52%

Patrick L. McDonough, R ..... 75,297 .... 48%

COUNTY COUNCIL

DISTRICT 1

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

S. G. Samuel Moxley, D ...... 14,050 .... 51%

Berchie L. Manley, R* ....... 13,388 .... 49%

DISTRICT 2

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

Kevin Kamenetz, D ........... 23,910 .... 82%

Jacqueline A. Fleming, R ..... 5,252 .... 18%

DISTRICT 3

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

T. Bryan McIntire, R ........ 17,209 .... 55%

I. William Chase, D ......... 14,232 .... 45%

DISTRICT 4

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

Douglas B. Riley, R ......... 21,600 .... 75%

John J. Appel Jr., D ......... 7,364 .... 25%

DISTRICT 5

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

Vincent J. Gardina, D ....... 13,952 .... 62%

Thomas Rzepnicki, R .......... 8,566 .... 38%

DISTRICT 6

............ .......... ...... Votes ..... %

Joseph Bartenfelder, D ...... 16,911 .... 59%

William A. Howard IV, R* .... 11,776 .... 41%

DISTRICT 7

Louis L. DePazzo, D ..... unopposed

QUESTION A

Borrowing Ordinance: To authorize Baltimore County to borrow $48,217,000 for school projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 1995.

................ Votes ..... %

For ........... 99,807 .... 70%

Against ....... 41,886 .... 30%

QUESTION B

Borrowing Ordinance: To authorize Baltimore County to borrow $9,550,000 for refuse disposal projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 1995.

................ Votes ..... %

For ........... 88,861 .... 65%

Against ....... 46,912 .... 35%

QUESTION C

Borrowing Ordinance: To authorize Baltimore County to borrow $6,620,000 for the purpose of community college projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 1995.

................ Votes ..... %

For ........... 82,600 .... 60%

Against ....... 53,958 .... 40%

QUESTION D

Borrowing Ordinance: To authorize Baltimore County to borrow $10,773,000 for public works purposes, for the class of projects which includes streets and highways, bridges and storm drainage systems, to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 1995.

................ Votes ..... %

For ........... 97,936 .... 71%

Against ....... 39,449 .... 29%

QUESTION E

Borrowing Ordinance: To authorize Baltimore County to borrow $1,519,000 for parks, preservation and greenways projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 1995.

................ Votes ..... %

For ........... 97,610 .... 70%

Against ....... 42,062 .... 30%

QUESTION F

Borrowing Ordinance: To authorize Baltimore County to borrow $1,000,000 for affordable housing opportunities for low- or moderate-income persons, for the class of projects which includes grants or other assistance in support of private development of affordable and elderly housing through rehabilitation of existing units or construction of new units, or in support of community-sponsored initiatives to increase affordable homeownership opportunities for such persons, and related public infrastructure in connection with such undertakings, to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 1995.

................ Votes ..... %

For ........... 68,432 .... 50%

Against ....... 67,104 .... 50%

QUESTION G

Borrowing Ordinance: To authorize Baltimore County to borrow $500,000 for agricultural preservation to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 1995.

................ Votes ..... %

For ........... 82,670 .... 61%

Against ....... 51,872 .... 39%

QUESTION H

Borrowing Ordinance: An ordinance to authorize Baltimore County to borrow $3,500,000 for community improvements projects to be undertaken in the ensuing fiscal years starting July 1, 1995.

................ Votes ..... %

For ........... 73,376 .... 55%

Against ....... 59,319 .... 45%

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