Curtis Beulah was elected to the Harford County Council District F in 2014 and he hit the ground running.
He was appointed to the Critical Areas Commission of the Chesapeake Bay by Governor Larry Hogan. He enrolled in the Harford Leadership Academy to learn about Harford County to be an effective leader.
He spearheaded Hope for the Homeless Alliance and is Chairman of the Board to memorialize Sgt. Alfred B. Hilton, Harford County’s only native-born Congressional Medal of Honor recipient.
He plans to work to improve infrastructure and traffic congestion, work with Sheriff Gahler to deter criminal illegal immigrants and gang members and provide tax relief to hard-working Harford County families.
Being a Harford County Councilman is not a part-time job, but an “all-the-time”, 7-day-a-week involvement in helping your fellow man.
Curtis’ phone rings day and night with constituent calls and he has repeatedly been there to help.
Whether he is preventing eviction for a single mom with three children, working with homeowner’s associations, being the eyes and ears in support of our local law enforcement, supporting our volunteer fire and EMS services, resolving constituent property issues, working with local churches and non-profits, bestowing Cub and Eagle Scout honors, supporting school Patriot Programs, driving seniors around from retirement homes to look at Christmas lights, making personal visits to residents to discuss issues facing their area, resolving traffic and safety concerns, or helping bring Havre de Grace a new High/Middle school, Curtis is a leader with warmth, compassion and a heart for people.
You can count on Curtis to show up and get the job done. His heart is set to serve the Lord and the citizens of Harford County.
I humbly request your vote for the person with proven service and dedication, your County Councilman for District F, my husband, Curtis Beulah.