The primary election for state and local candidates is fast approaching: the June 24 polling date is, as of today, less than a month away. This year, with eight wide-open state-level House and Senate seats and a vacancy on the County Council and for Howard's top seat of county executive, voters have a lot of decisions to make.
In this unusually eventful Howard County election season, the crowded field of state candidates was enough Saturday to fill three long tables with contenders for the county¿s 12 seats in the State House.
The Twitter feed from Trent Kittleman's 2010 campaign for County Executive is filled with tweets about waving signs along the roadways of Howard County. Three years later, she's ready to pick up where she left off, this time in support of her run for a seat in the state's House of Delegates.
The resolution, which had been tabled since April, authorizes the county to release a small portion of property in West Friendship belonging to Trent Kittleman, the Republican nominee for county executive last year and widow of former state Sen. Robert Kittleman, from its Agricultural Land Preservation Easement so T-Mobile can install a 150-foot cell phone tower on it.