LAI Baltimore Member Joe Nathanson Daily Record Column “Q&A: Olszewski and Redmer on the issues”

At nearly 600 square miles in area and with an estimated 830,000 population, Baltimore County is the region’s largest jurisdiction in both size and people power. Surrounding Baltimore City on three sides, it has enormous impact on the lives of everyone in the metropolitan area. The county will also have new executive leadership in the county seat in Towson this December.

I recently interviewed the two major party candidates for county executive: John Olszewski, Jr., the Democrat and former state delegate, known informally as “Johnny O,” and Al Redmer, the Republican, currently serving as state insurance commissioner in the Hogan administration.

Click here to read the full interview.