Delegate Schuh Wins Anne Arundel County Executive Primary

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Delegate Steven R. Schuh. Photo courtesy of the Maryland General Assembly.

In Anne Arundel County, Delegate Steven Schuh challenged incumbent Laura Neuman for County Executive. Unofficial results from the State Board of Elections show that Schuh has prevailed in the Republican primary for County Executive with 54.44% of the vote, compared to Neuman’s 45.56%. George Johnson ran unopposed in the Democratic primary.

As described on his campaign website, Delegate Schuh is a 45-year resident of Anne Arundel County, a small business owner, a community volunteer and a father of two college-age children. Delegate Schuh says,

I am currently serving my second term as a State Delegate representing Anne Arundel County in the Maryland General Assembly, where I have fought for conservative values, smaller government, lower taxes and more personal freedom.

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County Executive Laura Neuman. Photo courtesy of Anne Arundel County.

County Executive Laura Neuman was appointed to the position of county executive following the resignation of County Executive Leopold. As described on the County Executive’s campaign website,

Here are some of the things we have accomplished in just a few short months:

  • Vetoed the “Rain Tax,” a poorly crafted law passed by the General Assembly that unfairly burdens Anne Arundel taxpayers
  • Worked with first responders to cut 911 response times in half without any additional cost to taxpayers
  • Implemented a 90-day strategic plan within the fire department that resulted in decreased homeowner insurance rates for 2,000 taxpaying families
  • Convinced Moody’s and S&P to revise our County’s financial outlook from negative to stable, which will save us money
  • Provided business owners and taxpayers a bigger voice in our government by creating the Commission on Excellence charged with looking at every county department to recommend best practices

All percentage results are current as of 7am Wednesday morning.  For updated information, see the State Board of Elections.

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