Wednesday, November 3, 2010
With the close of the 2010 Midterm Elections less than 24 hours ago, I wanted to thank all of you who supported me and who voted for me. Having thousands of people vote for you, placing their belief and trust in you is very humbling. No matter who you may have voted for, I appreciate the time and the effort it took, to educate yourselves about the candidates and where they stood. As long as we hold on to the right to vote freely and independently, we are a free republic.
It was very encouraging to meet with you and shake our hand and talk with you face to face or over the phone. People are passionate about their freedoms, especially their life, liberty and property, and want to keep the government out of the way of growth. (Yes, you may hear more from me in the future.) Until then, you'll be in my thoughts and prayers. As each election cycle ends, we are given the blessing of hope. In this case - hope for our future, hope for our children, and hope for our Country.
Thank you, and may God Bless Maryland and the United States of America.