Frederick County Maryland

2006 Gubernatorial General Election Candidates and Questions
Election Day - Tuesday, November 7, 2006

 

This web page lists candidates for elected office who have filed for office and, where applicable, were successful in the 2006 Gubernatorial Primary Election on September 12, 2006. In addition, the text of ballot questions appears on this web page. The information on this web page was last updated on 09/29/2006, 9:50 AM.
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Federal Offices State - Other Offices

U.S. Senator

State's Attorney

Representative in Congress District 6

Clerk of the Circuit Court
Judges of the Orphans Court
Statewide Offices Register of Wills
Governor / Lieutenant Governor
Comptroller

Frederick County Offices

Attorney General County Commissioners
State Senate - District 3 Board of Education
State Senate - District 4 Sheriff
House of Delegates - District 3A
House of Delegates - District 3B

Statewide Ballot Questions

House of Delegates - District 4A
House of Delegates - District 4B

Frederick County Referendum Question

Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large

        


 

United States Congress

Senate (six year term)
Michael S. Steele (R) P.O. Box 347
Annapolis, MD  21404
443-603-1288
info@steeleformaryland.com
   
Benjamin L. Cardin (D) 22 Bloomsbury Ave
Catonsville, MD 21228
410-366-1900
jamie@bencardin.com
   
Kevin Zeese (Green)  7711 Garland Ave
Takoma Park, MD  20912
301-257-3847
kzeese@earthlink.net
    
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House of Representatives, 6th Congressional District (two year term)
Roscoe G. Bartlett (R) 4317 Buckeystown Pk
Frederick, MD  21704
Andrew Duck (D) 216 N Delaware Ave
Brunswick, MD  21716
240-344-5882
ajduck@ajduck.com
     
Robert E. Kozak  (Green)  507 N Bentz St
Frederick, MD  21701
301-644-1396
kozakforcongress@aol.com
    
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Statewide Offices (all four year terms)

    
Governor / Lieutenant Governor
Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.   (R)


Kristen Cox (R)
Related 

100 State Cir
Annapolis, MD 21401

217 E. Redwood St.
Suite 1300
Baltimore, MD  21202


410-974-5041


410-767-3661

Martin O'Malley  (D)


Anthony  G. Brown (D)
Related

4307 Walther Ave
Baltimore, MD 21214

11611 Marjorie Dr
Bowie, MD 20721

410 814-4206
martin@martinomalley.com

410-814-4206
anthony.brown@martinomalley.com

Ed Boyd (Green) 


James Joseph Madigan (Green)
Related

226 W Monument St
Apt 2-R
Baltimore, MD  21201

8521 Willow Oak Rd
Parkville, MD  21234-3731

410-366-9537
edboydforgovernor@yahoo.com


maddawgbgp@yahoo.com

Christopher A. Driscoll (Populist) 

Ed Rothstein (Populist)
Related

7602 Glenside Dr
Takoma Park, MD  20912

2919 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD  21218

chris_driscoll2001@yahoo.com


labored@hotmail

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Comptroller
Anne M. McCarthy (R) 1508 Bolton St
Baltimore, MD 21217
410-327-3200
annemmccarthy@comcast.net
  
Peter Franchot (D) P.O. Box 7428
Silver Spring, MD  20907
301-565-2006
peter@franchot.com
       
Bob Auerbach (Green)  14X Ridge Rd
Greenbelt, MD  20770
202-722-4303
bauerbach1@aol.com
    
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Attorney General
Scott L. Rolle (R) 7217 James Harris Memorial Dr
Frederick, MD  21702
rolleforag@hotmail.com
      
Douglas F. Gansler  (D) 7509 Wyndale Rd
Chevy Chase, MD  20815
301-588-1588
doug@gansler2006.com
            
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        State -- General Assembly (all four year terms)

State Senator District 3
Alex X. Mooney (R)   8319 Sharon Dr
Frederick, MD  21704
301-620-0200
alex@alexmooney.com
     
Candy O. Greenway (D) 608 Lindbergh Ct
Frederick, MD  21701

Candyog@adelphia.net
     
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State Senator District 4
David R. Brinkley (R)   P.O. Box 321
New Market, MD  21774
301-698-9206
david@dbrinkley.com
    
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House of Delegates District 3A (electing two)
Patrick N. Hogan (R)   P.O. Box 8
Frederick, MD  21705
301-668-2630
patrick@patrickhogan.com
     
Linda Naylor (R) P.O. Box 348
Braddock Heights, MD  21714
301-371-3112
linda@lindanaylor.com
  
Galen Ronald Clagett (D) 203 Grove Blvd
Frederick, MD  21701
301-695-6676
galen@clagett.com
    
Sue Hecht (D)
 
2498 Bear Den Rd
Frederick, MD  21701
301-698-0054
suehecht@aol.com
     
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House of Delegates District 3B 
Richard B. Weldon, Jr. (R) 231 Wintergreen Ln
Brunswick, MD  21716
301-834-5311
friendsof rick@aol.com
   
Paul Gilligan (D) 108  W. Main Street
Burkittsville, MD 21718-0459

pgilligan@adelphia.net
        
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House of Delegates District 4A (electing two)
Joseph R. Bartlett (R)   8927 Mount Tabor Rd
Middletown, MD  21769
301-371-9946
friends_of_joe_bartlett@usa.com
    
Paul S. Stull (R) 2813 Raleigh Rd
Walkersville, MD  21793
410-841-3107
  
Maggi Margaret Hays (D) 201 Cobble Way
Walkersville, MD 21793
maggihays@msn.com
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House of Delegates District 4B
Donald B. Elliott (R)   P.O. Box 370
New Windsor, MD  21776

delegatedon@earthlink.net
    
Timothy Schlauch (D) 3410 Chula Dr
Westminster, MD 21157
410-913-2828
alert@erols.com
       
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Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large
Ellen L. Hollander 
for continuance in office
626 Courthouse East
111 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
     
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       State - Other Offices (all four year terms)
   
State's Attorney 
Charlie Smith (R) 2 Wiles Creek Cir
Middletown, MD  21769
301-694-1519
charliesmith3@yahoo.com
   
William Bill Poffenbarger (D) 210 West Patrick St
Frederick, MD  21701
301-606-0987
WPoffl3@aol.com
   
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Clerk of the Circuit Court
Sandra K. Dalton (R) 311 Braeburn Dr
Walkersville, MD  21793
301-898-1221
sdalton994@aol.com
   
Richard O. Gibbs (D) 231 West Patrick St
Frederick, MD  21701
301-682-9400
 
    
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Judges of the Orphans Court (electing three)
James S. Grimes (R) 5951 Quinn Orchard Rd.
Frederick, MD  21704
301-662-9447
JG@BossHossCyclesFDKMD.COM
    
Tim May (R) 1102 Evergreen Ave
Frederick, MD  21701
301-695-2662
JudgeTimMay@aol.com
    
John M. Tregoning (R) P.O. Box 739
Frederick, MD  21705
301-748-5008
bailbondsman@adelphia.net
     
Fern I. Hines (D) 11330A Clemsonville Rd
Union Bridge, MD 21791
410-775-2629
EChip019@aol.com
     
John H. Norman (D) 4801 Green Valley Rd
Monrovia, MD  21770

JHNorman@aol.com
      
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Register of Wills
Virginia P. Fifer (R)   4901 Ridge Crest Ct
Frederick, MD  21702
301-371-7277
rowfifer@verizon.net
    
Sarah E. Finefrock (D) 711 Maxwell Ave
Frederick, MD 21701
301-693-4255
finefrock2006@gmail.com
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       Frederick County Offices (all four year terms)

     
County Commissioners (electing five)
Mike Cady (R) 228 N Market St
Frederick, MD  21701
301-663-3040
staff@votecady.org
    
David Gray (R) 9363 Devilbiss  Bridge Rd
Walkersville, MD  21793
301-606-5949
sharongrayusa@netscape.net
               
Charles A. Jenkins (R) P.O. Box 3503
Frederick, MD  21705-3503
301-620-1166
cajenkins@verizon.net
            
John R. Lovell, Jr. (R) P.O. Box 580
Jefferson, MD  21755
301-473-8848
      
John L. Lennie Thompson, Jr. (R) 12 Liberty St
Walkersville, MD  21793
301-845-8139
jthompson@frederickmd.com
    
Richard M. Floyd (D) 3901 Shadywood Ct
Jefferson, MD  21755
301-473-7883
rmfloyd1@aol.com
        
Jan H. Gardner (D) 6102 Fieldcrest Dr.
Frederick, MD  21701
301-695-8193
janjohn1@verizon.net
 
Kai John Hagen (D) 13150 Mink Farm Rd
Thurmont, MD  21788
301-367-8347
kai@kaihagen.com
          
Ron Wolf  (D) 6426 Sunset Dr
Frederick, MD 21702
301-695-5529
ron@ronwolfforcommissioner.com
           
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Board of Education (electing four)
Daryl A. Boffman 6799 Snow Goose Ct
Frederick, MD  21703
301-620-0067
 
   
Bonnie Smith Borsa 6236 White Oak Dr
Frederick, MD  21701
301-695-8214
bonborsa@adelphia.net
           
Whitney McDyer Duck 216 N Delaware Ave
Brunswick, MD  21716
240-344-5869
theducks2@adelphia.net
         
Angie L. Fish 5803 Drexal Ave
New Market, MD 21774
301-865-5663
angiefish@adelphia.net
          
Leslie Ann Mansfield 7611 Yale Ct
Frederick, MD  21702

leslie@lesliemansfield4boe.com
    
Mike Schaden 8105 Claiborne Ct
Frederick, MD  21702
301-662-2322
drmikeopvc@aol.com
     
Jean Smith 4111 Larson Ln
Mt. Airy, MD  21771
301-831-7094
jeansmith2@earthlink.net
         
Jonathan Switzer 91 Howard Ct
Frederick, MD  21702
301-694-7869
Jonswitzer@verizon.net
    
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Sheriff 
Chuck Jenkins (R) 7197 Prospect Dr
Thurmont, MD  21788
301-898-5722
sajenkins@adelphia.net 
    
Charles I. Tobery, Jr. (D) 14717 Sixes Bridge Rd
Emmitsburg, MD  21727
chuck@toberyforsheriff.com
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Statewide Ballot Questions

 

Ballot Question

 

Additional Information

Question
Number 1

Constitutional Amendment

Disposition of Park Lands

The Board of Public Works may not approve the sale, transfer, exchange, grant or other permanent disposition of any state-owned outdoor recreation, open space, conservation, preservation, forest, or park land without the express approval of the General Assembly or of a committee that the General Assembly designates by statute, resolution or rule.

 

 For the Constitutional Amendment

Against the Constitutional Amendment

 

(Amending Article XII - Public Works)

This constitutional amendment will require the Board of Public Works to delay the sale, transfer, exchange, grant or any permanent disposition of any state-owned outdoor recreation, open space, conservation, preservation, forest, or park land until the General Assembly or a committee the General Assembly designates approves the disposition.

Currently, state agencies initiate the review process by notifying the Maryland Department of Planning of excess property under its control. After the review is over and the property is deemed excess, the Maryland Department of General Services or the Maryland Department of Transportation can request the item be placed on the Board of Public Works agenda. Following the Board of Public Works determination, either the Department of General Services or the Department of Transportation disposes of the property subject to the conditions imposed by the Board of Public Works.

 

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Question
Number 2

Constitutional Amendment

Circuit Court in Banc Decisions

Allows appeals to the Court of Special Appeals from a decision by an in banc circuit court.

 

For the Constitutional Amendment

Against the Constitutional Amendment

 

 

(Amending Article IV - Judiciary Department)

This constitutional amendment establishes the right of a party who did not request in banc review by the circuit court to appeal an adverse decision by the in banc court to the State's intermediate appellate court, the Court of Special Appeals. The amendment provides that a party in a circuit court trial conducted by less than three circuit court judges is eligible for in banc review. The amendment establishes that three judges of a circuit court constitute a circuit court in banc. The amendment repeals thr authority of the circuit courts to regulate the rules governing in banc circuit court appeals, and establishes that the Maryland Rules are to provide the procedure for such appeals. The amendment also eliminates obsolete language pertaining to writs of error from this provision of the Constitution.

 

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Question
Number 3

Constitutional Amendment

Civil Jury Trials

Authorizes the enactment of legislation that limits the right to trial by jury in civil proceedings to those proceedings in which the amount in controversy exceeds $10,000.

 

For the Constitutional Amendment

Against the Constitutional Amendment

 

(Amending the Declaration of Rights, Article 5)

This constitutional amendment authorizes the General Assembly to pass legislation to limit the right to trial by jury in a civil proceeding in which the amount in controversy exceeds $10,000.

Currently, Article 5 does not have any limitation on the right to trial by jury in civil proceedings nor does the Constitution authorize the General Assembly the power to enact any legislation which would limit this right.

 

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Question
Number 4

Statewide Referendum

Election Law Revisions

Requires power and duties assigned to the State Board of Elections to be exercised in accordance with an affirmative vote by a supermajority of the members of the State Board; requires local boards of elections to establish new precincts to serve certain higher educational institutions; requires local boards to adopt regulations concerning voter registration and to allow public notice and comment concerning proposed changed in precinct boundaries; requires local boards of elections to make public reports concerning deletion of individuals from the voter registry and concerning the number of voter registration applications received; authorizes the State Elections administrator to take specified actions to ensure compliance with State elections laws by local election boards and personnel, requires that certain provisions of this legislation apply only to certain jurisdictions and will remain effective until June 30, 2008; requires all polling places to be equipped with computers containing a record of all registered voters in the county.

 

 For the Statewide Referendum

Against the Statewide Referendum

 

(Amending Election Law 2-102, 2-103, 2-202, 2-202.1, 2-206, 2-301, 2-303, 3-501, 10-302)

Special Note: Provisions of this legislation would have amended prior legislation providing an early voting option to voters in primary and general elections. The early voting provisions of this legislation have been declared unconstitutional by court action; the remaining provisions of House Bill 1368 that are subject to this referendum are summarized to the left. 

 

 

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Frederick County Referendum Question

 

Ballot Question

Question A

Referendum by General Assembly

Tuscarora District Alcoholic Beverage Sales

A license for the sale of alcoholic beverages may not be currently issued in the Tuscarora District. The referred law would permit a license for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be issued in the Tuscarora District. Please indicate whether you support the referred law (to permit issuing licenses to sell alcoholic beverages) or are against the referred law (to continue to prohibit issuing licenses to sell alcoholic beverages).

For the referred law

Against the referred law

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