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Westminster, MD – September 15, 2014: Bob Lord and Devon Rothschild, candidates for the Board of Education, have both received the endorsement of the Carroll County Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 20. Both Lord and Rothschild also maintain the endorsements of the Carroll County Education Association (CCEA) and the Carroll Association of School Employees (CASE).
Steve Rogers, Vice President of the Carroll County Fraternal Order of Police said, "With Public Safety and Education being two of the most important issues in Carroll County, the Carroll County Fraternal Order of Police knows that Bob Lord and Devon Rothschild are the right candidates that will keep Public Education going in the right direction."
Both Lord and Rothschild are honored to have received this endorsement. "My family and I moved here for two reasons: the community is safe and it has great schools. I appreciate all that our law enforcement does for this county and am looking forward to working with the FOP and our local law enforcement," Rothschild said. Lord continued, "With their commitment and dedication that help make Carroll County a safe place to live, work, play and raise a family, I am honored to be endorsed by our courageous men and women in law enforcement."
Lord has made a great impact on our school system already as founder of the grassroots parent advocacy organization, Carroll Values Education. He has been actively involved in the school system for years, as a Parent Guide, Chair of the Community Advisory Council, and serving on the Education That is Multicultural Committee. "Education is the single most important factor in determining an individual's success," he said. Lord and wife Cindy are long time Carroll County residents with two children currently attending Carroll County Public Schools (CCPS) and one who graduated from Westminster High School in 2006. To learn more about Lord visit www.BobLordforCarroll.com, www.facebook.com/BobLordforCarroll, or on twitter at BobLord4Carroll.
Rothschild is actively involved in CCPS as a parent volunteer, PTA member, substitute teacher, and CCPS committee member. She has three young sons, one currently attending public school and two who will start kindergarten next year. She has spent much of the past year touring our schools and speaking with countless students, parents, and staff. "I am someone who is willing to listen and not afraid to ask tough questions," Rothschild said. She continued, "I am running for the Board of Education so that I can continue to advocate for our students, as well as the best interests of our staff, families, and community."
A life-long Marylander, Rothschild attended public schools in Baltimore County. She received her bachelor's degree from St. Mary's College of Maryland and her master's degree from Frostburg State University. To learn more about Rothschild, please visit her website at www.devonforeducation.com or on facebook at www.facebook.com/DevonForEducation.
Note: Devon Rothschild is not related to Commissioner Richard Rothschild.

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