Winners in four contested Baltimore County school board races finalized

Races for Baltimore County school board seats were finalized Monday.

In Baltimore County, four district seats were contested. The winners are: Robin Harvey in District 1, Jane E. Lichter in District 2, Maggie Litz Domanowski in District 3 and Brenda Hatcher-Savoy in District 4.


Julie Henn, Christina Pumphrey and Rod McMillion ran unopposed in districts 5, 6 and 7, respectively. Henn, school board chair, and McMillion, vice chair, are returning school board members and have held their respective seats since 2018.

Harvey defeated Cory Koons, Lichter beat Rebecca Chesner, Domanowski won out over Diane Jean Young and Hatcher-Savoy bested Samay Singh Kindra.


County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr., a Democrat, as well as the Teacher’s Association of Baltimore County, endorsed Harvey, Lichter, Young and Kindra.

Koons and Chesner were endorsed by Children 1st, a conservative education PAC with ties to a parent group called the Baltimore County Parent and Student Coalition.

Domanowski, mother of three Baltimore County Public Schools students, said she aims to keep “the political division currently plaguing our society” out of schools.

Hatcher-Savoy is a former administrator with Baltimore City Public Schools.

With most current school board members, both appointed and elected, not returning to their seats for another term, the Baltimore County school board will have a new look when it convenes in December.