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VOTE FOR PATRICK VINCENTI – HARFORD COUNTY COUNCIL PRESIDENT

Councilman Vincenti was elected to the Harford County Council as the representative for District E in 2014. As Councilman for his district, he serves as the Council Liaison on the Local Management Board, Department of Social Services Advisory Board, GREAT Neighbors Program at Halls Cross Roads Elementary and the Harford County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Committee.

Pat is also a strong supporter of our local law enforcement agencies and volunteer fire companies. He has worked with the Harford County Sheriff’s Office to pass legislation that supports their efforts to safeguard the residents of Harford County.

Harford County needs representatives whose heart is in the community and demonstrates a passion for the continued growth of our County. These principles illustrate the views of Councilman Patrick Vincenti and the work he has done over the last four years. He will continue to serve the people of Harford County and strive to make a difference in the lives of all Harford County residents.

Thank you for your continued support and I look forward to working with you in the future for Harford County.
Councilman Patrick Vincenti

LATEST NEWS

2018 Harford County Candidate Endorsement

Mike Montalvo, President of the Harford County Deputy Sheriff’s Union, announced endorsements for the Harford County political races today. Read More…

Two education unions back Vincenti for Harford County Council President.

The Harford County Education Association (HCEA) and Harford Educational Services Council (HCESC) proudly announce their endorsement of Patrick Vincenti to serve as Harford County Council President. Read More…

Harford government employees union endorses Vincenti for council president.

The Maryland Classified Employees Association (MCEA) Chapter 610, which represents a substantial segment of Harford Conty Government employees is proud to announce our endorsement of Councilman Patrick Vincenti in his bid to be elected as the next Harford County Council President. Read More…

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