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Carroll County Del. Ready to Run for Re-Election in 2014

Ready is running to represent the new Legislative District 5.

Justin Delegate Ready Photo Credit: Kym Byrnes
Justin Delegate Ready Photo Credit: Kym Byrnes

Justin Ready recently kicked off his campaign to continuing serving in the Maryland House of Delegates. 

“In my short time in Annapolis, I’ve fought against the constant drumbeat of higher taxes and more spending but have seen entrenched special interests win far too often,” Ready said in a statement. “I’m running so that I can continue to stand strong for our values and fight to turn Maryland away from the destructive policies of the last several years.”

Ready, who was first elected in 2010, is running to represent the new Legislative District 5. The district encompasses a large portion of Carroll County including Westminster, Taneytown, Hampstead, Manchester, Finksburg, Union Bridge, New Windsor, and portions of Eldersburg, Sykesville, Winfield, and Taylorsville.

This newly configured district will have three at-large delegates along with one state Senator, according to Ready's website.

You can see the new District 5 map by clicking here.  The District 5 map will be in effect after the 2014 Election. Voters in 2014 will elect three delegates and one senator.

Fellow incumbents Del. Susan Krebs, of Eldersburg, and  Del. Donald Elliott have unveiled plans to run for election again, as well.

Joshua Stonko, of Manchester, and Carroll County Commissioner Haven Shoemaker, have announced their intentions to run, as well.

Justin has lived in Carroll County since he was 11. He is a graduate of Carroll Community College and Salisbury University. For more information visit www.JustinReady.com.

David J Iacono September 10, 2013 at 05:58 PM
It's a pretty good job with taxpayer funded pay, good benefits without the need to produce any results or accomplishments for the county.
Buck Harmon September 11, 2013 at 08:32 AM
I agree David...pretty sure that's the reason that Shoemaker has chosen this effort as his next hop on political stepping stone...he has demonstrated no results perceived leadership as both the Mayor of Hampstead and Carroll Commissioner....unless of course you consider promoting the use of EMINENT DOMAIN an accomplishment.
David A. Grand September 11, 2013 at 10:15 AM
As Ben Franklin said about elections, "we get who we deserve." And that couldn't be truer in Carroll County. For as long as voters return to office, like rote, those in the delegation (as well as in all local offices) with the "R" brand, nothing will change but the number of terms they serve. And yet, paradoxically, members of the delegation continue whining like kids who didn't get the gifts they wanted for Christmas over the one-party's domination in Annapolis-the height of hypocrisy.

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