Let’s talk about momentum.
On an especially balmy early August evening where temperatures touched 100 degrees, the RobinsRoost team packed into Steelfire Kitchen & Bar in Maple Lawn to continue what they have been doing all summer long – building momentum for Allan Kittleman’s campaign for Howard County Executive.
As many as 160 people packed into the popular new restaurant, many of which wearing the newly familiar Robin’s Roost blue shirts that have become a hallmark of the 2018 Kittleman campaign.
“My wife Robin is my everything. She is the best life partner I could ever ask for. To see so many people here tonight supporting us is truly special.” remarked Allan Kittleman.
The Kittleman campaign has been working hard to take the Kittleman record to communities in every part of Howard County. Earlier in the day, the Kittleman campaign hosted an “Attorneys For Allan” event in Columbia with special guest Beth Levine of KO Public Affairs.
Before working on the Kittleman campaign’s communication efforts, Levine served on the staff of Senator Chuck Grassley as Communications Director for the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Kittleman campaign was especially active over the weekend, too.
Joining members of the Howard County Cricket League (HCCL) for the grand opening of a new synthetic pitch behind @hcpss_mhms. This pitch will create additional capacity for the 32 teams that participate in the league. Ty to the members of HCCL who made this project possible! pic.twitter.com/XvT11SVji2
— Allan H. Kittleman (@HoCoGovExec) August 26, 2018
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