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“When you put people before politics, awesome things can happen.”

-Allan Kittleman

“When you put people before politics, awesome things can happen.”

-Allan Kittleman

I’m an independent thinker who has always put Howard County residents first before party…before politics, period.

I’m an independent thinker who has always put Howard County residents first before party…before politics, period.

We live in an outstanding county. It has been nationally recognized for its quality of life, its top notch school system, its exceptional library, and so much more.

Our success did not just happen. It took all of us, working together as a community, to make us what we are today. It wasn’t Republicans; it wasn’t Democrats; it was all of us.

For me, making our community better is never been about partisan politics or who gets credit – I stand up for what’s right, which means I have stood up to my party when it mattered. Some people say we’re the opposite of you see in Washington, D.C.

When I visit our schools each week, I make a point to chat with the children – it’s easily my favorite part of my job because when you look into the eyes of a 10-year old, it’s hard not to see how important the future is.

For me, it’s all about the future. It’s about a stronger public school system, one where classroom overcrowding is a problem of the past and all of our students have an excellent chance to succeed. It’s about building Howard County into a destination economy so businesses can flourish and our children have access to high paying jobs when they join the workforce or return home from college.

It’s about having an environment where all of us can live, work, learn, and play safely, and where an open and inclusive government encourages participation by everyone.

When those are your goals, it’s easy to put aside politics, stand up to party, and put the people first.

-Allan Kittleman

 

Allan Kittleman receives Police Union Endorsements

“County Executive Kittleman has been there for the men and women who protect Howard County’s people and property, and we want to be there for him.”
– Chris Davis, President, H.C. Police Officers Association

#TEAMKITTLEMAN Marches on July 4th

On a very warm Independence Day, Team Kittleman celebrates the USA in force!

Stronger, Smarter, and Safer

“We will save Historic Ellicott City through a plan that is bold, innovative and transformative.” – Allan Kittleman

Kittleman Campaign On TV

Allan Kittleman’s first TV commercial, “Bring People Together” is a big hit with Howard County voters. Residents appreciate Kittleman’s positivity and focus on issues.

2018 'State of Howard County' address

“I have said before and I’ll say it again, I reject the politics of hate and exclusion.” – Allan Kittleman

Fire Fighters Support Allan Kittleman

It’s official! IAFF Local 2000 President Richard L. Ruehl announced IAFF Local 2000’s endorsement of Allan Kittleman for County Executive in 2018.

The 11th Annual Kittleman Family Picnic

On a beautiful evening in October, Governor Larry Hogan and 800+ friends, family, and neighbors from all over the State of Maryland came together for a night of festivities at the Kittleman Family Farm.

County Executive Allan Kittleman vetoed CB9 (which would have made Howard County a Sanctuary County) calling it a “bad solution to a problem that doesn’t exist in Howard County”. Great executive leadership on display. Thanks for doing the right thing for Howard County Allan!

Michael Douglas

Elkridge, Maryland

Team Kittleman Turns Out To March on Independence Day

#TEAMKITTLEMAN shows stregnth in numbers on Independence Day It was a hot steamy July 4th this year, but that didn't stop Allan Kittleman's enthusiastic supporters from turning out in force at the River Hill, Longfellow, and Allview-Atholton Independence Day...

Team Kittleman Turns Out To March on Independence Day

Rebuilding Ellicott City Stronger, Smarter and Safer

For the residents of Ellicott City, Howard County and beyond, we state unequivocally we will not abandon our historic town. We will rebuild – differently this time, as experience tells us we must proceed with a transformative vision.
Rebuilding Ellicott City Stronger, Smarter and Safer

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