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Bridgette Johnson will represent everyone in District E [Letter]

The Aegis


As a longtime Churchville resident, I am writing to encourage District E voters to vote for Bridgette Johnson. I have become acquainted with Bridgette and am so impressed with her qualifications, her forward thinking ideas, her energy, her people skills, and her passion to represent everyone in District E. A strong advocate for inclusiveness, access and diversity, Bridgette will work to improve the quality of life for all residents in Harford County.

Bridgette grew up in Havre de Grace and. now lives in Aberdeen. She is a veteran of the Army and has earned a master's degree from the University of Maryland in Urban Planning with a concentration in Economic Development. She has worked for the City of Havre de Grace and the Harford County government. Bridgette 's experience working for the County Economic Development office gave her a thorough understanding of the current Harford County government and the issues our County faces now and in the future.

In 2017 Bridgette founded Bridgeline Solutions LLC, a consulting firm to help bring private investment to initiatives related to property development, employment, housing or transportation.

As a retired teacher and the parent of a current Harford County teacher, I am pleased that Bridgette is an advocate for competitive salaries and consistent pay raises for teachers in order to attract and retain the best and brightest to Harford County. Bridgette has been endorsed by the Harford County Education Association. In addition, she was recently endorsed by the Harford County Association of Realtors.

Bridgette believes that there is a need for fresh ideas, diversity of knowledge, experience, education, and gender on the Harford County Council. I certainly agree with her and hope that you will also!

Charlsie Brooks


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