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Meet candidates in Primary 2022

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What do Maryland state representative candidates think are the top issues facing Districts 37B and 38A on the Eastern Shore?

Delmarva Now/The Daily Times sent questionnaires to each candidate seeking office in Maryland House of Representatives Districts 37B and 38A. In District 38C, Wayne Hartman is unopposed in the general election.

Included were basic biographical questions, as well as opportunities to list websites and social media accounts so voters can learn beyond just answers to the questions we asked. Responses were limited to 500 characters — the equivalent of more than two tweets. Their answers are published unedited.

The questionnaire was sent in mid-June, and follow-ups were made with those who hadn’t responded. Those who didn’t answer by June 29 are listed below as “Did not respond.”

The primary is July 19, but early voting runs from July 7-14.

Meet the candidates

DISTRICT 37B

Republican

Nicole L. Acle

Age: 48

www.nicoleacle.com

http://www.nicoleacleformarylanddelegate37B

Occupation: Registered dietitian

Primary residence: Wicomico County

Christopher T. Adams

Age: 50

www.adamsformaryland.com

Twitter: @adams4Maryland

https://facebook.com/AdamsForMaryland

Occupation: Business owner /incumbent State Delegate

Primary residence: Hebron

Tom Hutchinson

Age: 57

www.citizensforhutchinson.com

http://www.facebook.com/citizensforhutchinson

Occupation: Owner – Hutchinson Home Services LLC Woolford

Primary residence: Dorchester County

Ron James

Age: 72

www.peopleforronjames.com

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100079504398293

Email: ronfor37b@aol.com

Occupation: Mayor and volunteer for several nonprofits

Primary residence: Galestown, MD.

Democrat

Susan E. Delean-Botkin

(Unopposed in Primary)

Did not respond.

DISTRICT 38A

(Both unopposed in Primary)

Republican

Charles James Otto

Did not respond.

Democrat

Todd J. Nock

Did not respond.

What makes you the best candidate for this office?

Nicoke Acle

Acle: In 2019, I was appointed and then elected to the Wicomico County Council for District 2, which is the largest rural area of the western part of the County.

My tenure on the Wicomico County Council has provided greater insight about how government, including the state government, affects citizens locally. It has confirmed and strengthened my view that government must be carefully controlled to promote and not destroy our constitutional rights.





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