Letter to the Editor: Why I Plan to Vote for Jennifer Williams and Not Against Anyone


Jennifer has a love of the Chesapeake Bay, has boated on these waters for years and would never vote to harm or pollute our bay. Jennifer is very aware of the effect’s the environment has on the land and has seen firsthand the effect on her bee hives. She is endorsed by the Talbot Farm Bureau who are the stewards of the land. She is a member of Soroptimist International of Talbot County supports and volunteers for countless organization in our community. You see her everywhere helping and supporting our local organizations. She believes in common sense regulations that benefit the entire County, and not just one group or one specific area of the county.

It is interesting to note; the negative campaigners saying that Williams, Pack and Callahan vote as a pack, yet they are promoting Price, Lesher, Hyman and Haythe to be the new voting pack. I know these candidates and am surprised they would allow their names to be associated with this type of campaign.

Should some of these candidates be elected, will they be open minded and fair to all Talbot County residents or only listen to the few that have funded these negative ads?

I have known Jennifer for years, know she listens and respects everyone and will continue to move the County forward in a reasonable and responsible way, I plan to vote for Williams and not against anyone.

Deb Leber

Ms. Leber is the Executive Director of the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors

Letters to Editor

  1. robert haase says

    I understand Jennifer loves the bay and spends a lot of time on the water as do I, that is why I was shocked when asked in Planning Commission work shops and several e-mails to her and the council why they were allowing short term rentals in the Bays Critical Areas of Talbot County without the same regulations as a County Bed and Breakfast I never got an answer . There was one restriction that included a 500 foot minimum distant between ( same as a B&B) but was removed by council amendment now their can be any number of short term rentals along the waterfront with no limits on how close they can be . Its bad enough short term rentals will harm existing B&B’s though low cost bookings but now they don’t even have the same restrictions. I hope Price, Lesher, Hyman and Haythe will do a better job protecting our Critical Areas.

  2. David Lloyd says

    Hate to say it but the author’s Realtors’ connection says it all.

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