HAGERSTOWN, Md. - As early voting continues, candidate for Lieutenant Governor and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman made his way through Western Maryland and stopped through Hagerstown for breakfast with supports.
He sat down with county delegates and members of the community to talk about his plans for the state, especially his ultimate goal of making Maryland a competitive business climate.
In an informal meeting, they discussed the current issues of the county including Interstate-81 traffic, the aftermath of the Clear Spring flooding and education. Ulman said for Washington County, he and candidate for Governor Anthony Brown will focus on infrastructure, jobs and boosting education.
"Western Maryland and Washington County are very important to Lieutenant Governor Brown and I. It is a major focus of ours to create the most competitive business climate of any state in the nation and that means working with the team on the ground, the local leaders on the ground, to figure out the plan and figure out the vision for that area of the state," said Ulman.
Ulman also traveled to Frederick County as they opened a new campaign office. Early voting continues until June 19, 2014.