On June 23, Jack Wilson was appointed District 1 County Commissioner for Queen Anne’s County by Governor Larry Hogan.
According to MyEasternShoreMD.com,
Todd Mohn, acting county administrator, confirmed that the governor’s office called Tuesday morning with news that Wilson had been appointed. He was nominated for the post on June 6 by the Queen Anne’s County Republican Central Committee and his name was sent to the governor who made the appointment.
The governor’s office said that Wilson’s official commission is being sent and once it is received arrangements can be made for him to be sworn into office, Mohn said.
“It’s very humbling and I’m looking forward to working for the people of Queen Anne’s County,” Wilson said. “I thank the governor for his vote of confidence.”
He said his goal is to “try and move things ahead for the county and its people.”
Previous coverage regarding Wilson’s nomination for commissioner can be found on MACo’s blog, Conduit Street: Wilson Gets Central Committee Nod for Queen Anne’s County Commissioner.