Del. Norm Conway has given my friend, Judy Davis, a big boost of momentum for the final weeks of the 2014 General Assembly election campaign on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Conway, Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, had this to say following a weekend fundraiser on the Eastern Shore:
Had a wonderful time enjoying the sunshine at Tall Tales Brewery with my friend, Judy Davis. Such a tireless, selfless worker. She would be an excellent addition to the Maryland General Assembly. Make sure to vote for her November 4th!”
Judy Davis is locked in a tight race for the new, open seat in District 38C. The single-member subdistrict includes the greater Ocean City-Ocean Pines area in north Worcester County and northeast Wicomico County.
Norm Conway is the clear favorite to win re-election in the adjoining subdistrict, District 38B, which includes much of Salisbury and its suburbs. Conway is one of the most respected leaders on the Eastern Shore (and in the General Assembly). He’s one of the few whose endorsement carries enough weight to actually move voters.
If you’re a Democrat looking for a promising candidate to help in the final days before the Nov. 4 election, you might consider making a contribution to Friends of Judy H. Davis, P.O. Box 1222, Salisbury, MD 21802.
A meet-and-greet fundraiser for Judy Davis will be held at a private home in Montgomery County on Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 7 p.m. Montgomery County Del. Anne Kaiser, chair of the House Subcommittee on Education, will be the guest speaker. More information on the Wednesday event is here.
I’ve been calling District 38C voters, and so have more than 20 other volunteers. Judy has been knocking on doors and talking to voters throughout the district. However, the outcome in District 38C is still in doubt. Financial support from Maryland Democrats could make the difference and help push Judy Davis over the top on Election Day.
This post has not been paid for or approved by any candidate or organization. You knew that, but I wanted to say it.
— John Hayden