Brochin will spend money on schools

Baltimore Sun - - FROM PAGE ONE - Jennifer H. Tarr, Cock­eysville

The Bal­ti­more County ex­ec­u­tive race fea­tures polls with Sen. Jim Brochin in the lead, and this is no sur­prise (“Brochin and McDonough lead Bal­ti­more County ex­ec­u­tive pri­maries,” June 12). Se­na­tor Brochin has made his mark in Bal­ti­more County as he per­son­ally en­gages every district. He is present — and not just by way of staff mem­bers or vol­un­teers. The se­na­tor shows up at neigh­bor fo­rums, school board meet­ings, var­i­ous cer­e­monies, busi­nesses and homes. He does the talk­ing, not his cam­paign man­agers or chiefs of staff (“Wi­dow of Bal­ti­more County Ex­ec­u­tive Kevin Kamenetz says pol­i­tics in­truded on fam­ily’s mourn­ing,” June 12).

Fi­nally, for­mer County Ex­ec­u­tive Kevin Kamenetz spent more money on Bal­ti­more County schools than any other. Se­na­tor Brochin will con­tinue this ini­tia­tive, which was long over­due. This pri­or­ity will push Bal­ti­more County com­mu­ni­ties for­ward with in­cred­i­ble pros­per­ity. He is the choice for Bal­ti­more County ex­ec­u­tive.

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