Former Candidate for the Maryland House of Delegates J.D. Sandy (ElectJoeSandy.com) provides updates and commentary on local & national politics, social media, and trending topics in today's over-taxed, over-regulated, often-misrepresented, & overspent America.
Thursday, May 24, 2018
ENDORSEMENT: Ed Hale Jr. for Baltimore County Council
Ed Hale Jr. for Baltimore County Council
One of the very first things that spoke to me about Ed Hale is his candor – he has done an exemplary job of making his plans for the county and his assessment of the happenings of the area with regard to overspending and misspending as abundantly clear as possible for anyone who takes a moment to check out his noteworthy online media presence throughout the course of his campaign.
He shares with you and I his personal experiences, good and bad, in brief vignettes, ultimately demonstrating how his experiences in business and life have shaped his understanding of business and the community’s needs – and you come to understand that Ed himself is in this for the right reasons.
Ed also understands the shortcomings of a career politician, and why he’s a necessary change on the Baltimore County Council. He’s not afraid to call out where others fall short, and he’s quick to not just tell us, but to actually show us, what sets him apart. Foremost is his accessibility to the community: see his social media posts, multiple interviews & endorsements, emphasis on diligent public representation rather than the ‘politics’ of it all. I, personally, have always been a tremendous advocate of term limits, and Ed Hale Jr. draws attention to the relevance of the need for term limits.
If you don’t already know him, look him up, and you’ll see it is abundantly clear that he knows how to lead – by example, rather than by mere proclamation. His leadership in business ownership, his insight into community concerns, and a drive to bring much-needed efficacy to the seat of public representation he is seeking: these are the reasons Ed Hale Jr. has my vote for Baltimore County Council in District 3.