Via Frederick News Post

BOARD of CONTRIBUTORS I Don DeArmon

Frederick County Democrats were heartened after the 2020 election to discover that county voters cast more votes for Joe Biden than Donald Trump — the first time our county has voted for the Democratic presidential candidate since 1964.

Was that a momentary result, or has a permanent Democratic majority taken over in our fair county? We’ll soon find out because the primary election date is finally set — July 19 (with early voting from July 7 to July 14) — and the 2022 campaign season is underway in full force.

One race stands out: Who will succeed County Executive Jan Gardner?

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