HCDCC Statement on Councilman Jacob Bennett Filing Counterclaim Against Harford County

Councilman Jacob Bennett has filed a counterclaim against the County Executive, and is “asking the court to issue a temporary then permanent order to stop the county from taking further actions to block him from serving in office.” In the meantime, the County Executive continues to impede his ability to perform the duties of his office, representContinue reading “HCDCC Statement on Councilman Jacob Bennett Filing Counterclaim Against Harford County”

Public Comments by the HCDCC Chair to the Harford County Council

Public comments delivered by Henry S. “Sandy” Gibbons, chair of the Harford County Democratic Central Committee, to the Harford County Council on Dec. 13, 2022. President Vincenti, Vice-president Giangiordano, Councilman Guthrie, Councilman Penman, Councilman Reilly, Councilwoman Boyle-Tsottles, and Councilman Bennett, On behalf of the Harford Democratic Central Committee (or Loyal Opposition), I congratulate you onContinue reading “Public Comments by the HCDCC Chair to the Harford County Council”

HCDCC Statement Regarding Councilman Jacob Bennett

The actions of incoming County Executive Bob Cassilly in excluding Councilman Jacob Bennet from the public inauguration ceremony represent nothing less than an affront to the voters of District F, who elected him in a free and fair vote. The Harford County Democratic Central Committee stands by Councilman Bennett as the certified winner of theContinue reading “HCDCC Statement Regarding Councilman Jacob Bennett”

The Partisan Republican Power Grab for the Harford County Board of Education

Harford County Republicans are shifting the goalposts to ensure they maintain control of the Harford County Board of Education. This partisan Republican power grab is being orchestrated through HB 283 and SB 382. The bills focus on changing the terms of the appointed board members and who gets to select them. HB 283 was the original bill proposedContinue reading “The Partisan Republican Power Grab for the Harford County Board of Education”

HCDCC Statement on the Approval of $400,000 for an Additional Armored Police Vehicle

Instead of further militarizing the police, resources should be spent more effectively towards Harford County residents The Harford County Democratic Central Committee’s statement on the approval of $400,000 for an additional armored police vehicle: The Harford County Democratic Central Committee is calling on our local leaders to spend county resources more effectively. Instead of furtherContinue reading “HCDCC Statement on the Approval of $400,000 for an Additional Armored Police Vehicle”