Six candidates are running for three open seats on the New Windsor Town Council in this year’s municipal election.

Incumbents David Hoffman and Kimberlee Schultz will be campaigning to retain their seats against challengers Terry Green, Thomas Frank Gubernatis Jr., William Holl and Michael Zepp.


The third incumbent, Councilwoman Sandee Custen, is not seeking another term.

An additional challenger, Michael Scott Barclay, informed the town on May 8 that he was dropping out of the race. Barclay said in an interview that a family medical situation had arisen.

New Windsor Town Council candidate withdraws; candidates forum set for Thursday night

The New Windsor candidates forum, sponsored by the community Media Center and the Carroll County Times, will take place Thursday at 7 at the New Windsor Firemen's Building, 101 High St., New Windsor.

New Windsor will hold its election from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14 in the community meeting room of the Carroll County Public Library headquarters at 1100 Green Valley Road in New Windsor, which is a different location than indicated on voter identification cards.

Ahead of the election, the Carroll County Times has asked the candidates to provide information on themselves and their priorities. Their responses are listed here in full.

The candidates are listed below, in alphabetical order based on last name. Click on their names to read their full responses.

Editor’s note: According to New Windsor Mayor Neal Roop, Michael Scott Barclay informed the town on May 8 that he was dropping out of the race. His reasons for dropping out were not immediately clear.

Terry Green

Note: Green had not provided questionnaire responses or a photo to the Times as of May 8. This will be updated once his information is received.