Dan Cox for Governor
A lifelong Marylander, Dan has served the People of Maryland as a small businessman, 15+ year Constitutional attorney, and State Delegate representing one of the largest Districts in Maryland (Frederick & Carroll Counties, D4) with over 130,000 constituents. Dan was previously the Republican nominee for Congress in the gerrymandered CD8 (Takoma Park to Emmitsburg), receiving over 127,000 votes – the highest number for a Republican in CD8 since Congresswoman Connie Morella, and he served as the elected President of a small Maryland Town Council overseeing and solving complex environmental and infrastructural problems without raising taxes.
Learn more at Cox for Freedom
Barry Glassman for Comptroller
As the leader of one of Maryland’s largest counties, Barry has funded priorities in public safety and education, and maintained Harford’s AAA bond rating without raising taxes. He cut the property tax rate in FY2022.
Throughout his 30+ years in public service, Barry Glassman has been recognized for outstanding character, service, and leadership. His record as a fiscal conservative includes promoting rural values and steadfast protection of Harford County’s land and water resources.
Barry Glassman was first elected in 1990 to represent the northern district on the Harford County Council. He later won a seat in the Maryland House of Delegates and was honored in 2009 with the Senator William H. Amoss Memorial Legislative Award for outstanding service to the Maryland State Firemen’s Association.
Elected to the Maryland Senate in 2010, Barry served as Senate chair of the Harford Delegation, co-chair of the Legislative Fire and EMS Caucus and as a member of the Senate Finance Committee. He completed the 2010 Emerging Leaders Program at the University of Virginia.
In 2014, Barry was elected as Harford’s seventh county executive and has since led his administration to earn 16 national awards for innovation from the National Association of Counties. He was elected to a second term in 2018.
Barry was appointed by Governor Larry Hogan to the Maryland Economic Development Corporation (MEDCO) Board of Directors and serves on the Baltimore Metropolitan Council Board of Directors. He was elected president of the Maryland Association of Counties (MACo) for 2019 and represented MACo on the Kirwan Commission’s Formula Workgroup.
Recent recognitions include an award for leadership from United Way of Central Maryland, induction into the Maryland State Firemen’s Association Hall of Fame, and MACo’s Marilyn J. Praisner Award for outstanding public service.
A longtime supporter of Harford County 4-H, Barry lives in Darlington with his wife, Debi. They recently celebrated the birth of their grandson, Brooks, the first child of their son, Jordan and his wife, Kristin.
Learn More at Barry Glassman for Comptroller
Candidates for US Senate & Congress
Chris Chaffee for US Seante
Chris Chaffee is the Republican Candidate for US Senate from Maryland.
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Rep. Andy Harris for US Congress, MD-1
The son of immigrants who fled communist Eastern Europe immediately after World War II, Dr. Andy Harris has made a lifetime commitment to serving his neighbors, country, and community. Whether it was as a physician at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital (or currently at Memorial Hospital of Easton), as a veteran of the Naval Reserve, as a hard-working state Senator, or now as Congressman, Andy has always been committed to serving others. He is dedicated to making sure every constituent in the 1st Congressional District receives the highest quality assistance and is well represented in the halls of Congress.
Beginning career & service…
Andy is the proud father of five children (Joe, Becky, Irene, Jessica and Daniel), grandfather of ten, and was husband to his late wife Cookie for 34 years. Born in working-class Brooklyn in 1957, Andy found his calling studying medicine at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, where he lived in a one-room apartment and worked nights and weekends as a blood bank technician to help pay the tuition. Dr. Harris graduated near the top of his class and continued to practice medicine at Johns Hopkins for almost three decades. Dr. Harris has been voted by his peers to receive the esteemed “Top Doc” award from Baltimore Magazine numerous times. For the last few years Andy has also practiced at Memorial Hospital in Easton and Peninsula Regional Medical Center on the Eastern Shore.
Serving his country…
Filling a critical need for anesthesiologists in the Naval Reserve during the Reagan administration, Andy volunteered for the Medical Corps, and later established and commanded the Johns Hopkins Medical Naval Reserve Unit P0605C. In 1990, his unit was recalled to assist with Operation Desert Shield (and later Operation Desert Storm), during which they took care of active duty personnel, veterans, and returning POWs at Bethesda Naval Hospital. Harris reached the rank of Commander (O-5). He served for over 16 years.
Serving his community…
Unhappy with the status-quo in Annapolis, Harris decided to take on the establishment and run for the Maryland State Senate in 1998. After being elected Andy continued to serve as a physician – epitomizing our Founding Fathers’ belief in a part-time, citizen legislature. His innovative thinking, devotion to efficient government, and dedication to his constituents earned him the “Hero of the Taxpayer” award from the Maryland Taxpayers Association.
Serving the 1st Congressional District in DC…
Andy started his 6th term in January 2021 as the Congressman from the beautiful 1st Congressional District of Maryland. He serves on the Appropriations Committee. He also serves on two sub-committees: Agriculture and the Labor, HHS and Education.
Serving his family…
Remarried in 2017, Andy continues to commute to DC from the District allowing him time with his wife Nicole, children (including his step-son David), and grandchildren. More important, the daily return home to the District enables him to be actively connected to the community and the issues facing the families and businesses of the district. He enjoys spending time at home in Dorchester County, on the Bay with his family, gardening, and fixing up cars with his sons & step-son. He’s known for being thrifty, repairing things whenever possible, and recycling everything eligible to be recycled.
Learn more at Andy Harris for Congress
Nicolee Ambrose for US Congress, MD-2
As a teenager, Nicolee aspired to attend both The Johns Hopkins University and The Peabody Conservatory of Music. She was admitted to both schools and while pursuing her studies, Nicolee fell in love with Maryland and planted her forever roots here.
After earning three degrees in under six years, Nicolee entered the workforce in Towson and took an interest in community affairs, specifically matters affecting children, education, and kitchen table issues such as affordability.
Nicolee has dedicated much of her volunteer time to building a two-party system for Marylanders to have real options in choosing elected officials who believe public service exists to represent the people.
As the National Chairman of the Young Republicans and the Maryland Young Republicans, Nicolee showcased the state and Maryland’s unique role in creating the United States.
Of all positions she has held, Nicolee is most proud that she was the Room Mom for each of her children’s elementary school classrooms from Kindergarten to 5th grade. Nicolee also served as Vice President of the Cromwell Valley PTA, a magnet school in Baltimore County, and worked side-by-side with fellow parents who stopped former Baltimore County Public School Superintendent Dallas Dance from shuttering many of Baltimore County’s school choice options.
Nicolee has served as a Baltimore Commissioner for Architectural and Historical Preservation, a board member of the American Council for Young Political Leaders, and as the Secretary of the Maryland State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Currently, Nicolee is President of a charity serving those who have lost a child to violence.
Learn more at Nicolee Ambrose for US Congress
Yuripzy Morgan for Congress, MD-3
Yuripzy Morgan’s interest in government began with her family. Her mother fled the civil war in El Salvador, and her father is from Mexico. She was born and raised in East Texas several years after they met. They did not have much, but they did have a strong belief that anything was possible in America. It was a belief that her parents instilled in her and her four siblings.
Yuripzy attended the University of Texas at Arlington where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus in Biology, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. She later moved to Maryland and graduated from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. She practiced law in the Baltimore region before joining WBAL Newsradio, where she hosted her own daily political talk radio show for several years.
She became increasingly aware, through law and radio of how frustrated people were with government. Most people simply wanted their government to work for them, and needed an advocate. While on the radio, she continued to focus on informing the public of how government is supposed to work, and her personal interest in constitutional law.
Yuripzy married her husband in 2013. He served as a Captain in the US Army infantry, leading soldiers in combat operations for a year and a half in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. His experience further influenced her interest in national security and protecting our military and veterans. They were blessed with two little girls, Elena and Chloe, who keep their parent’s schedules busy and their hearts full.
Yuripzy knows that the opportunities in America are endless but they can be stifled by politics and bureaucracy. She grew up in a generation that still believed in the American Dream. Today, there are too many career politicians more interested in collecting a paycheck than making that dream a reality for all Americans. Yuripzy still believes in America, and she is determined to remind those in Washington that America is worth fighting for.
Learn More at Yuripzy Morgan for Congress
Jeff Warner for Congress, MD-4
Getting things done and serving people is in my DNA (figuratively, of course). Over my career I helped start a ministry to college students at Kent State University, restarted a ministry at the University of Maryland, mentored high school students and parents at a local high school and founded our local community church now located in Greenbelt. I’ve also been serving the spiritual needs of Members of Congress for the last few years.
We are a military family. My wife served as a Captain in the Army Nurse Corps and I recall days where we served many at Walter Reed Medical Center when it was located in Washington, DC. It was a privilege and honor to serve our brothers and sisters who also served and protected our shared values.
Serving others is my passion. Through our partnership with local high school students, we provide food and clothing to our local community every other week. As an example, during Covid, our church partnered with a local restaurant to serve nearly 1,000 meals and secured a grant which provided nearly 1,500 meals to others. As a pastor, I come alongside people during some of life’s most challenging moments to offer support, encouragement and guidance.
My work is also international in scope. Over the last 33 years we have served people in Italy, Amsterdam, Ukraine and most recently in Nicaragua. Nicaragua is the second poorest country on this half of the planet. I’ve spent the last fourteen years serving the orphans, those in prison and people in some of the most remote regions and unimaginable circumstances in Nicaragua.
Learn More at Jeff Warner for Congress
Chris Palombi for Congress, MD 5
Chris is a former U.S. Capitol Police officer, and self-taught web programmer and designer. He is an advocate for maintaining constitutional liberties, individual rights and freedoms, fiscal responsibility, and limited government.
Chris has lived in Calvert County since the age of three. He attended Calvert County Public Schools, graduating from Patuxent High School in 2002. He pursued his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University. After graduation, he accepted a position as U.S. Capitol Police Officer. While at U.S. Capitol Police, he was detailed in the Senate Chambers, Senate Division (including dignitary protection), Command Center, and liaison with TSA/FAA to monitor Capitol region airspace. During his tenure he witnessed the inner workings of how congress operates. In his off-time Chris pursued his passion in web design and development as a freelancer while coaching Boys Varsity Ice Hockey at St. Mary’s Ryken High School.
After spending nearly five years with U.S. Capitol Police, he left to pursue a career in web development full-time. He was offered a position as a Senior Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton. During his time at Booz Allen, he focused on designing and programming functional, efficient, websites for the Navy and Marines. Nearly two years later, St. Mary’s Ryken reached out to Chris offering a full-time position as Webmaster.
Chris is currently Webmaster, Director of Hockey Operations, and Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Coach at St. Mary’s Ryken High School. He is currently a member of the school administration and has previously taught AP Computer Science, hosted student interns, and sponsored student clubs at St. Mary’s Ryken.
He served as elected vice-president of the Maryland Student Hockey League in 2011. He was elected president of the Maryland Student Hockey League from 2013-2015. In 2018, Chris started the first all-girls ice hockey team in Southern Maryland, at St. Mary’s Ryken.
Although he left Capitol Hill, Chris has always closely followed the daily happenings of Congress and the Federal Government.
Chris currently lives in Calvert County with his wife, three young children, two dogs, cat, and flock of chickens.
Learn more at Chris Palombi for Congress
Neil Parrott for Congress, MD-6
Neil Parrott is a father, husband, coach, small business owner, and is currently serving his third term as a State Delegate in Maryland’s General Assembly.
Before starting his own business and entering public service, Neil worked as a traffic engineer for the Maryland State Highway Administration in Frederick County as well as the Deputy Director of Engineering for the City of Frederick.
Whether it’s organizing swim meets or solving difficult engineering problems, Neil will apply the same level of dedication and commitment when he’s elected to represent MD6 in Washington DC.
Learn more at Neil Parrott for Congress
Scott Collier for Congress, MD-7
Scott Collier is the Republican Nominee for U.S. House in Maryland’s 7th Congressional District
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Gregory Coll for US Congress, MD-8
Gregory Coll will honorably represent Maryland’s 8th Congressional District in the U. S. House of Representatives.
Gregory Coll was born and raised in Lambertville, NJ. After high school, he attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, where he studied aerospace engineering and pursued working in the space industry. At Embry-Riddle he was the president of the rocket club, historian of Sigma Gamma Tau, the national honor society of aerospace engineering, and an active pilot. After his early graduation in December 2003 with a bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering, he set his goals on obtaining a job working on the Space Shuttle program. He started with United Space Alliance working on the Main Propulsion System of the Space Shuttle in February of 2004, and it was a dream come true for him. He spent his days learning about and operating the Space Shuttles, climbing around inside, fixing, and preparing the orbiters for spaceflight. He enjoyed days and nights in the control rooms preparing and then successfully launching humans to space, a team effort that he was honored to have been a part of and participate. In his spare time he also took classes at the University of Central Florida, and was the president of the graduate student association when the university had 42,000 under graduates and 7,200 graduate students. He had the opportunity to host university orientations as part of his role as president. That was his first experience in a major political leadership role.
On a personal note, he met his wife Heather over twelve years ago at a Halloween party in Washington, DC, a night he will never forget. They were married in September 2010, live in Rockville, MD, and have three children together: Alexander, Dane, and Maya. His children bring the most joy to his life.
Learn more at Gregory Coll for Congress
Candidates for County Offices
Dwight Patel for At-Large County Council
Dwight Patel is a proud lifelong Montgomery County Republican.
I truly believe in the American dream of pulling one’s self up by the bootstraps. I have heard too many stories within my family and outside of my family of how people came to America with little as $20.00 in their pocket, and through hard work, they achieve the American Dream.
In America, if you work hard, you can get ahead. I think the best thing the Federal, State, or local governments can do it get out of the way of the people.
I have heard too many stories from a former Iceman from Baltimore, with a 7th Grade education to immigrants who come to America with little as $20 dollars in pocket to achieving the American Dream. If your listen to the left today they’d say the “American Dream” is dead, but they are WRONG. There is ONLY an American Dream and it is alive and well. We see it when legal aliens become US Citizens, for many that is the happiest day of their lives.
This is what makes America Exceptional anyone from anywhere can live the American Dream. Let’s face facts there isn’t a German, French or English Dream. Its an American Dream it is a live and well. The progressive left fails to understand the dream. To be successful you need hard work and opportunity and too many of our policies prevent upward mobilization. Too many policies trap people to a class — keep them in a cycle of poverty and reliance on the welfare of others.
America is a lot like the proverb “…You can take a horse to the water, but you can’t make it drink…” America is the water plenty and bountiful, but one most take a drink from America.
Everyone who works hard in America will succeed in America!
Learn More at DwightForMoCo.com
Christopher P. Fiotes for At-Large County Council
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County Council Candidates
Reardon Sullivan for County Executive
Montgomery County, Maryland is in transition. I am very concerned about where our County is headed. Alarmingly, violent crime is on the rise. Performance in County public schools is on the decline. County spending of your tax dollars is increased without the review of current spending. All while our elected County leadership is tone deaf to the issues you care about while enacting policies that deter economic and job growth. This is NOT the County we envisioned for our families and that is why I am running to serve as your next County Executive; to turn things around. I need your support, and I ask for your vote. The time is now. Together we can turn Montgomery County around for the better!
Learn more at Reardon Sullivan for County Executive
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MOCO – HOCO District 9a
Reid Novotny for State Senate LD – 9a
Reid is a current Delegate representing District 9A appointed by Governor Larry Hogan. He is a Husband, Father (to Vienna a 6th grader in public school), Colonel in the Air Force, and is working hard to be your next State Senator.
Reid J. Novotny has two degrees from The George Washington University and an additional Masters from George Mason University. He has taken this education along with 22 years of experience as a Cyberwarfare Officer in the Air Force serving overseas and here at US Cyber Command to share insights with America via dozens of live interviews. View them all on YouTube.
With inflation at a 40-year high, more government spending is not the answer. Delegate Novotny submitted bills to eliminate the Gas Tax, return the $8 billion surplus to taxpayers and retirees, and scored as a 97% pro-business legislator.
Crime is getting worse everywhere in Maryland and Reid is a consistent advocate for our community. Delegate Novotny voted against the demoralizing and criminalization of our Police Force and enter a bill to lower the taxes of our First Responders. He was the only legislator to stand up against the vilification of our Officers in Schools when a HoCo Delegate aimed at removing them and making our schools less safe.
Keeping communities together and in local schools is my #1 school priority. As a parent, former PTA Officer, and family man, Reid knows that your involvement in education is critical. Delegate Novotny entered a bill to keep School Resource Officers in our High Schools and to create a Parents Bill of Educational Rights.
Learn more at Reid Novotny for State Senate
Trent Kittleman for Delegate LD – 9a
In the mid-70’s, I wrote a weekly political column in the Howard County News and Columbia Flier. I penned more than 100 columns over the two years. And what pleases me most is that even today, I wouldn’t change a word!
That “volunteer job” required a weekly discipline that has served me well, and my total immersion into local, state and federal issues created in me a deep understanding of the “politics” — both good and bad — that fuel the economy of America, as well as a lasting penchant to make it work!
As you will see below, I have been fortunate that my career path has allowed me to continue being involved and to continue to learn.
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Dr. Jenny (Jianning) Zeng for Delegate LD-9a
I am Dr. Jenny (Jianning) Zeng from Ellicott City and I am running for State Delegate of District 9A. I came from China to this country 22 years ago for my PhD degree in Astrophysics, and to start a new life. I am a Christian, a wife, a mother, a software Engineer, and a farmer at heart.
Maryland is my home. As a long time resident, I cherish the opportunities and freedom I have here to build a life that I can call my own. I also feel obligated to repay this community with my efforts to move it forward.
I got into local politics in the winter of 2017 to fight against sanctuary bills in Howard County and in the State, to voice for my community’s opposition against this and other misguided policies that will compromise the stability of our home. I believe that immigration makes this country great that’s why we come here.
I am the current Corresponding Secretary of Howard County Republican Women Club (HCRWC). I was in the 2021 nomination committee of Maryland Federation of Republican Women Club (MFRWC). I was a PTACHC Delegate for TRES. I have fought against unreasonable school redistricting etc. with neighborhood communities. I have supported conservative candidates running for local school board, county council, and state legislature, and helped to organize or coordinate campaigns tirelessly to help these good people get elected to better represent us and express our concerns. It is time for me to commit myself to public service and work with my neighbors to build back a strong community.
Learn more at Dr. Jenny (Jianning) Zeng for Delegate
MOCO Delegate Candidates
Donald Patti (DP) for Delegate LD-17
Donald Patti is an agile coach, consultant and trainer who runs a small business in Olde Towne Gaithersburg, Maryland. Known to many of his friends as “DP”, Donald has served some of our country’s most prestigious businesses during his career — JPMorgan Chase, Daimler-Benz, AWS, GE, AT&T, Verizon and HP among them — as well as proudly served a number of fast-rising small businesses in our region.
He’s also helped over a dozen different government agencies to improve success and deliver on their key initiatives, both federal and local, including HHS, NIH, NCI, SSA, DHS, Commerce, Labor, SBA, NASA, CMS, EXIM Bank, the state of Florida and Los Angeles County. Along the way, he’s learned how to help both business and government flourish.
DP earned his MBA from the RH Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, concentrating in Information Systems and Entrepreneurship, and his Masters in Public Management from the School of Public Policy. Prior to Maryland, DP earned a Bachelors degree in Business Economics and in Political Science from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
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Dr. Frank Nice for Delegate LD-19
Healthcare activist, Dr. Frank Nice, is the grandson and son of Polish coal miners who immigrated to Pennsylvania. Because of his ancestors’ hard and dangerous work, he was the first in his extended family to graduate from college.
Dr. Nice retired after 43 years of government service, including 30 years of distinguished service with the US Public Health Service and Coast Guard, 29 years at the National Institutes of Health, and 5 years at the Food and Drug Administration. During his uniformed service, Dr. Nice served as Operations Officer and Pharmacist for the original, prototype Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT). He currently is self-employed as a consultant and President of Nice Breastfeeding LLC and President of Dr. Nice Products LLC.
Pharmacist Nice has practiced as a consultant, lecturer, and author in the breastfeeding community on medication use for over 45 years. As part of his pharmacy advocacy work, Dr. Nice has researched the use of power, epilepsy treatments, medical missions, work characteristics of healthcare professionals, and health disparities in underserved populations.
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State Senate Candidates
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House of Delegate Candidates
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|Legislative District 15||Noah||Jodi Colella||Montgomery Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Legislative District 46||Mohammed||Mekkah X.||Baltimore Cityfirstname.lastname@example.org||MEKKAHX4FreedomGOP2022.com|
|Legislative District 46||Voss||J. Brian||Baltimore City|
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|Legislative District 11B||Simpson||Jim||Baltimore County|
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|Legislative District 33B||Schmidt, Jr.||Stuart Michael||Anne Arundel Countyemail@example.com||www.vote4stu.com|
|Legislative District 33C||Gillespie||Kerry A.||Anne Arundel Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Legislative District 34A||Glass||Glen||Harford Countyemail@example.com||glenglassworks.com|
|Legislative District 34B||McComas||Susan K.||Harford Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Legislative District 35A||Griffith||Mike||Harford Countyemail@example.com||delegatemikegriffith.com|
|Legislative District 35A||Reilly||Teresa||Harford Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org||teresareillyfordelegate.com|
|Legislative District 35B||Hornberger||Kevin Bailey||Cecil Countyemail@example.com||www.kevinhornberger.org|
|Legislative District 37A||Bradshaw||Donna||Dorchester Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Legislative District 37B||Hutchinson||Tom||Dorchester Countyemail@example.com||citizensforhutchinson.com|
|Legislative District 37B||Adams||Christopher T.||Wicomico Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.adamsformaryland.com|
|Legislative District 38A||Otto||Charles James||Somerset Countyemail@example.com|
|Legislative District 38B||Anderton, Jr.||Carl L.||Wicomico Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org||carlandertonjr.com|
|Legislative District 42A||Mangione||Nino||Baltimore County||https://www.ninomangione.com/|
|Legislative District 42B||Huff||Todd||Baltimore Countyemail@example.com||www.toddhuff.com|
|Legislative District 42C||Stonko||Joshua J.||Carroll Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Legislative District 43A||Butler||Gwendolyn O.||Baltimore Cityemail@example.com|
|Legislative District 44A||Hooe||Joseph D. "Joe"||Baltimore Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.joehooe.org|
|Legislative District 7A||Nawrocki||Ryan||Baltimore Countyemail@example.com||www.ryannawrocki.com|
|Legislative District 7A||Szeliga||Kathy||Baltimore Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.electkathy.com|
|Legislative District 7B||Arikan||Lauren||Harford Countyemail@example.com||electarikan.com|
|Legislative District 9A||Kittleman||Trent||Howard County||TrentKittleman@verizon.net||www.trentkittleman.com|
|Legislative District 9A||Zeng||Jianning Jenny||Howard Countyfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.vote4zeng.com|
|Legislative District 9B||Kim||Lisa||Howard Countyemail@example.com||www.votelisakim.com|